Holiday reading to have you inspired for the New Year
The holiday season is a perfect time for a few nice books to get lost in. Relaxing and reading some inspirational books without the distraction and time of work and other commitments is a perfect way to relax and get ready for the New Year. To read this holiday season, here are our selections of some great novels.
Meg Mason's Sorrow and Bliss
Set in London and Oxford, if you're a Sally Rooney (the author of Regular People) fan, this novel is a good choice. The plot focuses on Martha, a woman who realizes that something is wrong with her but can't put her finger on what it's like to eat away at her. Patrick, her husband, says she's good and everybody's coping with something. This book is a tragic and funny tale for anyone who asks what they really want out of life.
Polly Samson's A Theater for Dreamers
Set in 1960 on the Greek island of Hydra, this novel is the escape you may be looking for, particularly if this year your sunny beachside holiday has been cancelled. The plot follows a group of poets, painters, and musicians who live their tangled lives in the early 60s and 70s of the progressive era. Much as in this period, Laurel Canyon, the novel contains the story of a triangle of love where one of its points is a young poet named Leonard Cohen.
The Method of Wim Hof by Wim Hof
Due to his capacity to brave incredibly cold temperatures and unleash his ability by the force of his breathing technique, you've definitely read about Wim Hof. Wim Hof outlines his three-pillar technique in this book that people can use to boost their health and efficiency. To achieve your full potential, you will learn how to master ice, respiration and your mentality.
Eckhart Tolle's The Power of Now
Eckhart Tolle's 'The Influence of Now' will open you up to a new way of thinking and perceiving the world around you a contemporary classic in the personal growth and spirituality genres. This book is a powerful reminder to take a deep breath and be conscious, especially when life is testing you, based on the fact that the past and the future do not exist, and all we have is the 'now'.
Aren't you going to buy so many new books?
Try to do a book exchange with some of your friends and family if you're mindful of buying a lot of new books just to have these accumulate dust on your shelf after you've done reading. During the holiday season, you should both read some books and then trade them to enjoy a whole new series.
Note this article is not financial or legal advise. Please check with your financial and legal specialist counsel before making any decisions of your own.
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