2019 Best Self Help Books

2019 Best Self Help Books

I’ve been at a lost. Ever since I completed my masters I feel like I haven’t grabbed life by the horns as much as I did. I can’t believe how I balanced work, school, family, my relationship, my friends during these last 2 years. I can say I’m extremely proud of all that I accomplished - but now what? I have to tell you, I’ve been getting into some self help books.

I have to admit I’ve been lazy, if you didn’t read my last Moving Home post, Moving Home #4, I highly recommend you do. The post basically summarizes how crazy the end of 2018 was. In short:

  • I completed my thesis

  • I landed a new job

  • I was busy back and forth with family and friends

  • I started a new fitness plan

Basically, I did more than I thought I could possibly accomplished. Can someone have a productivity or stress hangover? Cause I certainly had one for the last 3 weeks! I have been seriously slacking at work, scrolling all day through instagram, not working on my blog or outside endeavors, not learning skills like I used to, and also been watching way more TV that I ever had previously in my life.

I decided enough is enough, I need some help! I decided to turn to self help books because I’ve always found them inspiring and have been able to pull something actionable that I can do in my own life. Below are the books I am reading as well as the progress I have made with each. My goal for 2019 is to read at least 10 books.

Self Help Books I Have Read So Far

The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew Walker

What are some self help books that you have been reading? Add them to the comments and I’ll update my list on books I want to read to 2019.

Nicole

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