The Reading List—January 2022

Happy New Year! The start of a new year is always exciting as we make new goals, plan new fun adventures, and start fresh.  For me, January has been filled with puppy training and catching up with all tasks at home.  Whether you’re relaxing in January, working, studying, or taking care of others, pick up one of these recommended reads!

Are You Fully Charged?: The 3 Keys to Energizing Your Work and Life by Tom Rath

As we begin the new year, many of us want to change up so we can tackle all the new challenges that may come up in work and life.  This book is recommended if you’re looking for ways to recharge yourself as you try the new goals you have for yourself and your family.  Remember, you all have the power to accomplish your goals! Make sure to charge up and get started!

Don’t Overthink It by Anne Bogel

As we start the new year, lots of stressful things from the previous year or even new challenges from the new year can leave us feeling negative or discouraged.  This book, written by Anne Bogel, reminds us that not only do we have to power to overcome negative thoughts, but we can also replace these thoughts with more positivity.  These positivities can help us live happier, healthier, and more peacefully.  If you’re looking for some new year motivation, this is a must read!

How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan

Grace Travis is completing school, working multiple jobs, obtaining her dream degree and career.  It seems like she has it all.  Grace found a home she wants to fix up and live in until an unprecedented neighbor moves in next door.  A funny, quirky, and worthwhile to read as we all have had interesting neighbors at one point in our lives! A must read for everyone!

Lucky Leap Day by Ann Marie Walker

For those looking for a romantic comedy, this one for you!  Cara had drunk too many whiskeys and gets tangled in the Irish traditions on Leap Day, and although it all felt like a dream, she realized it wasn’t the moment she woke up.  The moment she woke up, she found a man beside her and a ring made of tin foil on her finger.  While everything else in her life continues to wait for her, her life dramatically changes overnight.  Interested in knowing how Cara handles the rest? Read this book!

This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel

A beautiful story about family, secrets, changes, and fairy tales.  It reminds us of how challenge change really is and why we are afraid of change.  Whether the change is from being a new parent or raising a child to not become who you want them to be, or simply encountering new challenges and not being able to overcome them.  I picked up this book to read as we got a puppy over the holidays and I felt some puppy remorse.  This book reminded me the challenges we all face and why we’re afraid of facing challenges, along with how to overcome them.  A must read!

Happy Reading!

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