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While some are looking forward to the pumpkin spice lattes and the cozy sweaters, I’m looking forward to the chance to curl up with a good book. Over the past year, I have read a few amazing books that I cannot recommend enough! If you’re looking for a book that could inspire you to change your life, take a look at these.
7 Books and Challenges that will Change your Life
How to Become Financially Free tells the true-life story of the famous blogger Sarah Titus, and how she went from $30,000 in debt, to well off in just three years. After her husband abandoned her and her family, she ended up in a homeless shelter. During her divorce trial, the judge told her she had to get a job or she would lose everything. This story recaps Sarah’s journey from homeless to well off, and her determination to stay home with her kids.
I would recommend this book to anyone going through financial hardship, and in need of help.
The Zero Waste Home gives tips and tricks on how you can create less waste, and how a home with less waste can save you money. The book is broken down into different sections in an easy to follow format to help you reduce the waste in your home.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking to reduce their household waste. This book is easy to digest and provides easy ways to reduce the waste in your home today!
How to Be Less of a Hot Mess Once and For All is a step by step guide for how to get your life together when life gets crazy. While the book focuses on stay-at-home moms, the information is helpful for ANYONE. Darci’s tips teach you how to set routines and plan ahead to take back your time and get control of your life, once and for all.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is feeling overwhelmed and short on time.
Disclaimer: I was given an copy for free to review. All opinions are 100% my own.
For those of you interested in making a profit from your blog, I can’t recommend this book enough. How To Blog For Profit: Without Selling Your Soul is geared toward bloggers who have already set up their blog, and have no idea what to do next. This book is broken down into easily digestible chapters packed full of tips and guidelines to help you transform your blog into a money making business. By implementing the suggestions in this book, I saw a rise in my traffic and my blog became more consistent and organized.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking to grow their blog and potentially earn a profit.
Kalyn’s book, 31 Days to Radically Reduce your Expenses, is one of the best resources out there for reducing your expenses. Based on the popular blog series, 31 Days to Radically Reduce Your Expenses, Kalyn takes this challenge a step further. Whether you’re just getting started, or you think you’ve already slashed your budget as far as it will go, this book is a must read.
I would recommend this book to those of you who are looking to reduce your expenses or pay off debt.
I live for a good decluttering session! Seriously, two weeks ago I just decided to purge our entire bedroom closet and ended up getting rid of more than half of my clothes! Francine’s book The Joy of Less is the perfect read for those of you looking to get rid of your clutter and take back your space. Her book is broken down into chapters which go into great detail about not only how to rework and declutter your space, but also how to change your mindset and the way you think about stuff.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking to live a minimalist lifestyle and make those changes stick.
Whether you’ve read Ruth’s new book Unstuffed or not, I highly recommend taking her 10 Day Challenge. Her course is full of inspiration and comes with ten video challenges plus a workbook at no cost. Ruth will teach you how to not only get rid of your clutter and take control of your life again, but also how to unstuff other parts of your life such as your calendar. To sign up for her course visit her page here.
I would recommend this challenge to anyone feeling overwhelmed by their clutter. In my opinion, this course is for people ready to take control of their homes and don’t need to change their mindset.