Thursday, November 22, 2018

The Reading List - 30 Books in a Year

Do you want to get smarter and increase your understanding in 2019? Do what I did this year and read 30 books for a guaranteed way to top up your knowledge. You can even use my list of books read this year as your 2019 reading list. 

If you follow my 'Books I've Read Lately' series you will already be well aware of the challenge I set for myself this year to read 30 books in 2018. I am about to successfully pull it off and thought that I would pull together my reading list from the year. I have split the books up based on the timeline I read them, sharing each edition of the series with you as I went. 

30 books turned out to be surprisingly easy to read so I'm going for 40 in 2019! I read a huge array of authors and genres so this variety kept things interesting and expanded my knowledge in a number of areas. I mostly prefer to read self-help and personal development type books on mindsets, habits and beliefs but I also peppered in some autobiographies, fables, all time classics and even some poetry.

Read on for my list of books read in 2018 and if one catches your eye, click on the edition it is under and you will be sent to my review of the book.

Let's get into it...

1. The Universe Has Your Back - Gabby Bernstein
2. Miracles Now - Gabby Bernstein
3. My Booky Wook - Russell Brand 

Edition 2
4. Open Wide - Melissa Ambrosini
5. Scar Tissue - Anthony Kiedes
6. You Do You - Sarah Knight

Edition 3
7. The Untethered Soul - Michael A. Singer
8. The Four Agreements- Don Ruiz
9. Scrappy Little Nobody - Anna Kendrick
10. Big Magic - Elizabeth Gilbert

11. Eat Pray Love – Elizabeth Gilbert
12. It Gets Worse – Shane Dawson
13. The Barefoot Investor – Scott Pape
14. Down the Rabbit Hole – Holly Madison
15. The Trauma Cleaner – Sarah Krasnostein

16. How To Murder Your Life – Cat Marnell 
17. The Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod 
18. The 5 Second Rule – Mel Robbins 
19. Mastery of Love – Don Miguel Ruiz

20. The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
21. Settle for More – Megyn Kelly
22. Work, Strife, Balance – Mia Freedman

23. Furiously Happy - Jenny Lawson
24. Rushing Woman’s Syndrome – Dr. Libby Weaver
25. Am I Doing This Right? – Tanya Hennessy
26. Many Lives, Many Masters - Brian L. Weiss

Edition 8 (Just finished or currently reading).
27. The 4 Hour Work Week - Tim Ferris 
28. The End of Normal - Stephanie Madoff Mack
29. The Sun Also Rises - Ernest Hemingway
30. I Thought It Was Just Me - Brene Brown

1 comment:

Teresa Halminton said...

Wow! 30 books a year is a big number for me.

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