It’s been a bit of time since I’ve gotten to sit down and gather a new reading list. Books are something that I really enjoy in my free time, as they are such a peaceful escape from reality. Few things are better than curling up after a long day with a good book. I think reading every single day can really do wonders for stress, especially with day to day life in New York City and they can be helpful in so many ways. There are a variety of topics I like to switch between when it comes to reading and those include books on self-improvement, organization, parenting and of course, those that are fun reads!
Here are 15 books for you to check out this season!
People look at the term self-improvement sometimes and think that means something has to be wrong in order to read these, and that’s not the case. Certainly, these types of books are incredibly informative and exist purely to help make your life better and easier. Concurrently, now is the perfect time to work on bettering your routine with the best new book. Furthermore, a change of season can bring a lot of things along with it, and with the new season, there’s always room for improvement. For instance, some of my favorite books are those that improve my routine and give me tips on how to be the best version of myself.
Moreover, does anyone else need a little help organizing their space? Sometimes I don’t know where to begin, but I have found a list of fall books that do a great job at outlining the steps to take and how to rationalize organizing your space. And when you have a clean, organized home, your life itself feels more put together. Everything has a place, you just need to find it. Over the last year, I’ve spent a lot of time trying to reorganize my apartment in the city, as I’ve really gotten my house out east in great shape. The fall season is one where I feel like I can start fresh. It’s a new school year, it’s time to make sure a sense of organization is there for the year.
Have you read any books on parenting? Again, these exist purely to help make situations easier and maybe even provide clarity on questions we have. It’s the toughest job in the world and as long as I can raise children who are kind, healthy and have confidence, I feel really good. For example, I’ve seen some new books that talk about parenting, but from the perspective of neuroscientists, who know a lot about the brain of a child. Llearning the development part of it and how one side dominates the other, can be really helpful when it comes to parenting. We live in a beautiful world, there doesn’t have to be any family drama purely from a misunderstanding. Every one is different and there’s no rule for how we need to be parenting, but these reads do provide interesting insight and we can take what we’d like from them.
Finally, this is the best category! If you’re putting together a fall reading list, you could include the obvious choices that are best-sellers, such as Normal People, Perfect Strangers, Big Little Lies or even Malibu Rising. Besides, this is the category to check out for sure if you’re in a book club or one of the new readers, who is looking into getting into reading in the first place.
Figure out what type of books you like, the genre, that is. Particularly, do you want a suspenseful read, true crime, dark fairytale, historical fiction, a coming-of-age tale, a nonfiction true story, a crime novel or a comedic read? The list can go on and on. Basically, some people like to just read the latest novel or books they never got to from their summer reading lists and those are both perfect options, as they are some of the best books. If you want recommendations on authors, look into a bestselling author, like Colleen Hoover. An autumn story is a really great way to start out the new season.
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