Sticking to personal goals can be hard even when youâ€™re motivated to achieve them. So why not make it a little easier for yourself by recruiting other people with similar goals to join you? Since weâ€™re still just beginning 2017, why not suggest to your book club that your next pick be a self-care title that will encourage everyone to accomplish a personal goal?
We have a few ideas to get you started!
If your book club wants to be healthier, try:
With anecdotes about Harperâ€™s clients, guided steps for adopting your new practices, and tips for integrating them into your daily routine, Skinny Habits has everything you need to shape your body and your life!
Listen to an excerpt SKINNY HABITS
If your book club wants to be more mindful, try:
Kerry Egan, a hospice chaplain, passes on wisdom sheâ€™s learned about giving meaning to life, from those taking leave of it.
Listen to an excerpt ON LIVING
If your book club wants to focus on personal finances, try:
What does it mean to be self-made? Itâ€™s not just about having money, but financial empowerment is where it begins. Join the Self-Made movement. The revolution starts inside of you!
Listen to an excerpt SELF-MADE
If your book club wants to be more productive at work, try:
Explore the science of productivity, and why how you think is more important than what you think. This New York Times bestseller also has an appendix of real-world lessons to apply to your life.
Listen to an excerpt SMARTER FASTER BETTER
And if you want to inspire each other to try something newâ€¦
In the ten years since its electrifying debut, Elizabeth Gilbertâ€™s Eat Pray Love has become a worldwide phenomenon, empowering millions of readers to set out on paths they never thought possible in search of their own best selves. In this candid and captivating collection, nearly fifty of those readersâ€”people as diverse in their experiences as they are in age and backgroundâ€”share their stories.
Listen to an excerpt EAT PRAY LOVE MADE ME DO IT