If I Won the Lottery- Current Book Wishlist

The last couple years I have  become a reading junkie. I am ALWAYS reading something and always have my eye out for the next good book to add to my list! Currently, while I am still in school, and needing to do all the readings for that, I am not able to read for leisure as much as I would like to. I look forward to finishing up this certification later this year, so that I can spend more time with my nose in a book.

I love to learn new things! And I have really started to develop a genre of books I enjoy reading. Personal Development Books. These books help to keep me focused on bettering myself and living my life to its fullest. Not only that, but as I grow my ‘have-reads list’, I have a great library of books that I can recommend to friends and future clients so they can begin to develop themselves. I strongly believe you are what you read and if you are continuously immersing yourself in material that challenges you to re-evaluate your thought processes, it encourages you to grow and move forward a better version of yourself then you were.

So, every time someone mentions a book, or I scroll across one on social media that looks like something I would like to read I do one of two things: I either buy it, which can become quite expensive, or I throw it into an ever-growing wish list on Indigo and periodically make purchases from it. This way I can keep track of the books I want.

Today, I wanted to share that list with you, in case you are needing any inspiration for your next read! Who knows, maybe you will add some of these to your wish list too!

Here are the top, want to get soon books on my list:

Your Best Just Got Better by Jason W. Womack

The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

Soulful Simplicity by Courtney Carver

E2 by Pam Grout

Loving What Is: Four Questions that Can Change your Life by Byron Katie

The Future of Happiness by Amy Blankson

Bet on Me: Leading and Succeding in Business and in Life by Annette Verschuren

Stumbling on Happiness by Daniel Gilbert

Optimal Thinking: How to Be Your Best Self by Rosalene Glickman

 

What’s on your wish list??

 

Hugs and Kisses,

Andrea Cute Signature

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