New year, new you. Whether you stick to your New Year’s resolutions or not, there’s always room for self-improvement. In 2021, make an effort to take time for yourself. These self-help books will help you achieve a better life at Flats on D and beyond.
If you’re an introvert, then this book is for you. It’s time to stop saying no to the things that scare you and get outside of your comfort zone. Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes will help you push past your fears and say yes to everything that scares you for an entire year. Rhimes motivates you to live this life as she shares her own humorous and honest adventures. It’s the perfect book to start the year off differently so you truly can create a new you. For a better life at Flats on D, learn to say yes.
Spiritual advisor Dr. Habib Sadeghi wrote Charity Cleanse to help people clear their body and their mind. Dr. Sadeghi has his fair share of negative experiences with both his mind and body and created this plan to help himself and others be free from these experiences. If life has been dragging you down, then this book help you reset to become a better, clearer you.
The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying by Nina Riggs is a New York Times bestseller that shares the journey of a 38-year-old woman who comes face to face with death. Riggs writes about the life changing incident that put her is destiny’s way. Many readers admit that this book changed their life, so if you’re searching for a new perspective, you’ll want to pick up this book as soon as possible.
Another New York Times bestseller, Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis breaks us from the patterns we live in and the lies that stop us from becoming who we are meant to be. If you’re still searching for your purpose and place in life, then this book will help you change yourself to become the best version of yourself. Find our what’s holding you back.
These books may or may not change your life at Flats on D, but they’ll definitely at least change your mindset. Rethink life. Reinvent yourself. Which book will you commit to reading and living in 2021?