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Life With The Libbys | Recently Read Books in 2024

It's always a goal every year to read more books and 2024 is off to a great start with over 13 books read. If you're looking to incorporate more reading into your daily routine I highly recommend starting each day with a personal development book and ending each night with novel. This combination has allowed me to dive into both of my favorite genres and helps me start and end my day on a good note. Here's a few recent favorites.

  1. The Idea of You - Soon to be a major motion picture featuring Anne Hathaway and Nicholas Galitzine I knew I wanted to dive into the book before watching the movie. I started this book while traveling and I'm so glad I did because I couldn't put it down and finished it in just about a day.

  2. Raising Girls Who Like Themselves - One of my favorite parenting books to date. Tangible takeaways in this book about raising strong, independent, confident, and happy girls.

  3. The First Rule of Mastery: Stop Worrying About What People Think of You - I listened to Michael Gervais interview on Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast and was intrigued with the topic. My word of the year is confidence and part of that is learning to stop worry about what other people think. I loved this book and found it super insightful.

  4. Human Design - Do you know your human design? If you enjoy personality tests you will likely find Human Design interesting. Based on your birth date you receive a chart that can tap into a unique toolkit. The only downside of this book is it covers all the human design and there isn't as much info as I was hoping on each individual one. I got this book for my girlfriends for Christmas and I think it would be a great book club read or something to read alongside your partner or best friends to understand each other better.

  5. The Worst Best Man - I can't help but read a wedding related book. If you're looking for a steamy romance novel (or like BRAD aka beach read after dark). This is a good one. Also on kindle unlimited! I do enjoy a Lucy Score book and loved the main characters in this one. If anyone else read, how would you cast the characters? I'm always interested to see how other reads envision them.

  6. How to Talk to Anyone - Back on the theme of confidence building, this was a great read. Although I would argue it's less about talking, and more about listening. Owning my own business and being in a people focused industry this was a helpful tool for both the networking side of business and the client facing.

What are you currently reading? Share a few favorites with me.

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