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Read One Book a Week Challenge

Last year, I set a target for myself to read a book a week. I didn’t smash my target, but I read many books. This year, I am making sure I hit my read a book a week challenge do. My plan is to read 1 week a week on my Amazon Kindle, and I am currently smashing it. I am currently reading my 4th book for the year 2019!

 

Week 1 – You Need a Budget: The Proven System for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle, Getting Out of Debt, and Living the Life You Want

Reading this book by Jesse Meecham was a great way to start the year and get my finance priorities straight. If you need some help managing a budget, then this book is the one for you. It was great read.

 

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Week 2 – The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together: How to Run Your Business Without Letting it Run You

I read this book in the second week of January. It is a great book, lovely to business owners. This book written by Sherry Walling and Rob Walling. It is full of tips to help your business thrive. If you need to read a business book this month, read this.

 

Week 3 – The Sisters of Battle Road: The Extraordinary True Story of Six Sisters Evacuated from Wartime London

I read this book some days ago. It is a wartime book and I found the story of the Jarmen sisters very intriguing. I have always been curious about world war period and how life was for the people back then. I finished this book within a few days.

 

Week 4 – Gaslighting: How to recognise manipulative and emotionally abusive people and break free

This is the book I am currently reading. I downloading it on my Kindle some days ago, and I am currently loving it. Stephanie Sarkis has done an amazing job with this book. It is full of wisdom and so easy to read. If you are interested in mental health and psychology books, then this book is what you need.

 

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I am excited about this read a book a week challenge. Reading is one of my many loves. I think it is a great way to improve my creativity, relax and educate myself.

I will be sharing what I am reading on Twitter and my Facebook page every week, so look out for the updates.

 

What book are you currently reading? Please share in the comments section.

 

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13 responses

  1. The last one about gaslightng interests me. Ì try and read a little on a night before sleep. Ì am reading alot of Fr Richard Rohr who is a Christian mystic/Franscian friar. He is world renowned in the field of mysticism which entwines all faith.

    I have Breathing under water, Falling Upward, The Naked Now and The Cosmic Christ downloaded to read before I download anymore.

    He brings the spiritual life literally to life. An amazing man of now 78 his books are life-changing as he writes/talks on the inner life. He is not particular popular with a section of people in faiths who are stuck in black and white thinking. He has changed the lives of 100s of thousands. Much available on you tube of his talks so you can see if he is for you before you buy

    For light relief I love Sophie Kinsella and the shopaolic series and Maeve Binchey. Those are usually my holiday reading style of humour for some light relief as well as spiritual reading

    • Thanks for the book recommendations Carol. I will check out Fr Richard Rohr. I love christian books. I have read many of Sophie Kinsella books.

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