The Little Book of Hygge, Meik Wiking
I recently heard of the concept of hygge- and my friend who is living in The Hague sent me this book that is subtitled “Danish Secrets to Happy Living.” I love this concept (a special kind of coziness), especially this time of year when I tend to find myself in a bit of slump. I’ve been relentlessly pursuing coziness this winter and it’s been just lovely. I plan to pull this book back at the first sign of cold weather to get a jump start on hygge 2018 😊
Of Mess and Moxie, Wrangling Delight out of this Wild and Glorious Life, Jen Hatmaker
A wonderful book, especially for women- perhaps around my age. It’s authentic and relatable, both comforting and inspirational. And there’s a great recipe for Panang Curry (my favorite!)
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou
I had a client who recently read this book and I wanted to refresh myself so I could understand her references. I must have read this years ago, before I was mature enough to “get” it— a good read, I SO admire Maya Angelou and love to hear anything written or spoken by her.
The Mask of Masculinity, Lewis Howes
Lewis openly discusses several masks that he, and other males, tend to wear: the Stoic mask, Athlete mask, Material mask, Sexual mask, Aggressive mask, Joker mask, Invincible mask, Know-it-all mask, and Alpha mask. I like how in many ways this book parallels the work of Brené Brown and makes it accessible to some men who otherwise might not resonate with the message.
Becoming Myself, Irvin Yalom
Yalom has become a go-to for me whenever I find myself feeling overwhelmed or uninspired…and he has yet to disappoint. Always thankful for his books that live on my shelves.