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Books To Read Over The Holidays

I can’t tell you how happy I am it’s the holidays. It’s time to take a break from work working and more working. It’s been ages since I got to just sit and relax and do one of my favourite pastimes, read. I am sure there are few books you have been meaning to read. Sometimes, it’s not that we don’t have the time, it more about time management. I guess we can all maybe skip a Netflix movie some nights and get lost in a great book instead.

Wouldn’t it be fun to have a few friends over for a book club holiday party? Wine, good food, good music and, books! A book club is a great way to connect with friends and it allows you to change up the dialogue. As much as we love to talk about ourselves and our problems, I think we all need a break sometimes from the same story!

Here are a few books that I think you should read during your holiday break:


 

THE SUN AND HER FLOWERS – Rupi Kaur

 

The Sun and Her Flowers
The Sun and Her Flowers – $12.86 CAD.

I fell in love with Rupi Kaur’s first collection of poetry Milk and Honey. The Sun and Her Flowers is just as magical. If you have a love for words like I do, then you need to get this book to get you through the holidays. A little bit of warm rum cider, a nice warm fireplace and a bit of Rupi Kaur is pure bliss.

 

PASSAGES – Anne Hamre

 

Passages
Passages – $31.15 CAD.

I love a story about building dreams. Passages takes you on a journey through three continents – Europe, Australia, and North America This book not only inspires you to keep your dreams alive and burning, it also encourages you to live with an open heart and mind. It demonstrates that nothing worth having comes easy and we must push ourselves through this journey called life. In the end, it is love that will get us to where we need to be.

 

 

GENERATION Z – Chloe Combi

Generation Z: Their Voices, Their Lives
Generation Z: Their Voices, Their Lives – $9.97 CAD.

I started to read this book last week. It’s a collection of essays that detail what it’s like to be a teenager in the 21st century. If you don’t think the teen experience is different from generations past, then you need to wake up a little or simply read this book to find out for yourself. Things have definitely changed. On the one hand, it’s great that teens get to see great changes happening in the world that those before them fought so hard for. On the other hand lack parental of direction, over-indulgence, social/economic inequality, gang affiliation, substance abuse, and underage sex has many teens feeling lost and worried about the future and where they fit in.

 

FIND YOUR SUPERHUMAN – Gary LeBlanc

 

Find Your SuperHuman: Unlock Your Unique Potential
Find Your SuperHuman: Unlock Your Unique Potential – $16.57 CAD.

If you are thinking of making changes in your life for the better, this book is a great book to read. It will steer you in the right direction and help you unlock the potential that’s been hiding within you. Living a great life starts from within but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. Remember you are the conductor of your life and there’s no one stopping you, other than yourself, from being the best version of yourself in this life.

 

All of these great books are also available for Kindle users.

 

 

 

 

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Hanifa Sekandi

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