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I regularly update the list of books and other self-care tools that I read. I aim to provide honest reviews to help you make informed decisions about which resources are right for you. This list is designed to help you find the best resources to support your own self-care journey.
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What I'm Reading
I read everyday. I’m sure that Amazon loves my voracious reading habit.
I usually have 2-3 books going at the same time.
The fiction I read in the evenings before bed as a way to wind down my day.
The non-fiction is usually savored over a cuppa joe on a lazy Sunday morning.
Such a wide variety of genres: from murder mysteries like the Commissaire Adamsberg series, The Three Evangelists and every Agatha Christie to historical fiction such as the Kopp Sisters and even the nonsensical Noir: A Novel.
The non-fiction I reads runs from self care books like Whole Again and The Passion Test, to more business-related subject matter with Get Together and the 12 Week Year followed by more current topics such as The Psychology of Pandemics.