What is more relaxing to your mind than cuddling up with an amazing story or an informative read? I’m currently reading The Cartel and owe the library a million dollars because it is taking me forever to finish! I seriously feel like an awful person because it is so overdue, but I have devoted too much time to it to not finish.
My favorite books are mystery novels and autobiographies of fascinating people. I love to get lost in other people’s problems and life stories, because they distract me from my own!
Below are a few books that I either recommend, or hope to read this Fall They are all linked to Amazon, but if you borrow them from the library, try to return them on time. 🙂
1. The End of Dieting by Joel Fuhrman
This book provides you with an impressive foundation of holistic nutrition, and teaches you how you can begin to eat to improve your health and reverse signs of illness and disease. You will get an excellent background, and feel great knowing you can have some control over your health.
2. The China Study Cookbook by LeAnne Campbell
I’ve talked about this cookbook before, and even made the Sweet Potato Enchiladas. I recommended this book because sometimes it can be hard to apply the knowledge we learn to real life. The recipes in this book are not too complex and taste delicious. There is plenty of good advice and tips in here as well.
3. Tone It Up: 28 Days to Fit, Fierce, and Fabulous by Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott
I bought this back in the Spring, but haven’t really had a chance to do the 28 Day Challenge. I thought it was filled with positive quotes and affirmations, and fun ideas and challenges to help you achieve a great mindset. In addition, you learn about a different food of the day, and they encourage you to pamper yourself with special face masks, and dry brushing. I will set aside time soon to really do it day by day.
4. Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
I always alternate what types of books I read. I will go from an educational book to a mystery novel to historical fiction, etc. I also like to throw in a classic here and there. My friend Karina, is a HUGE fan of classics, and has probably read the majority of them. She recommended I read this book, so I will definitely put it on my list.
5. You First Journal by Lea Michele
This is a different type of book to include, because it is actually a journal. It looked interesting on the write up on Amazon, plus I have been following Lea Michele’s instagram, and she is always putting up fun pictures of people using this journal. It’s separated into four parts: YOU, AMBITION, RELATIONSHIPS, and HAPPINESS. It seems like it would be a good tool to delve deeper into those aspects of life, and I will definitely be purchasing this at some point.
6. The Good Neighbor by AJ Banner
This book is described as a “riveting psychological thriller.” I’m in! The description is included below:
Shadow Cove, Washington, is the kind of town everyone dreams about—quaint streets, lush forests, good neighbors. That’s what Sarah thinks as she settles into life with her new husband, Dr. Johnny McDonald. But all too soon she discovers an undercurrent of deception. And one October evening when Johnny is away, sudden tragedy destroys Sarah’s happiness.
Dazed and stricken with grief, she and Johnny begin to rebuild their shattered lives. As she picks up the pieces of her broken home, Sarah discovers a shocking secret that forces her to doubt everything she thought was true—about her neighbors, her friends, and even her marriage. With each stunning revelation, Sarah must ask herself, Can we ever really know the ones we love?
7. A Time to Kill by John Grisham
I’m a huge Grisham fan and have never even read this! Time to change that. I’m obsessed with lawyer life, but could never actually be one. I also love going back and reading books from the 90s. Our lives have changed so much from that time, and I appreciate how the characters in these books live in a world that is not based on cell phones and technology.
Happy Reading! What’s on your Fall Reading list?
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