Is there anything better to do in the winter than read? Our homes are the coziest they will be all year because of the low temperatures.
Additionally, when spring arrives, we won't have time to put our literary lives ahead of picnics and hikes.
Although the months of January through March frequently cause us to be concerned about how we will fill our weeks, this is the ideal time to compile our winter bucket lists and begin checking off our favorite activities.
What is my top priority? reading through all of these books for 2023.
There are self-care, reflective and spiritual books Needless to say, these books I have shared for 2023 offer a lot. Let's get reading together.
My attention this year for 2023 is to help inspire, impact, and influence people to believe in themselves enough that they in turn inspire in packing to influence their tribe and everybody to live a healthy whole life.
I wanted to share my book selection for the year. The first is "Affirmed" by Cheryl Polote Williamson. This book you must get this now because it's filled with 365 days of affirmations and intentional action steps to execute these affirmations.
All these books speak to my heart and my soul and I wanted to share that with you and hope that you will be changed by these powerful authors.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man “You cannot fix a problem you do not know you have.” So begins Emmanuel Acho in his essential guide to the truths Americans need to know to address the systemic racism that has recently electrified protests in all fifty states. “There is a fix,” Acho says. “But in order to access it, we’re going to have to have some uncomfortable conversations.”
Don't Settle for Safe: Embracing the Uncomfortable to Become Unstoppable Sarah shares the numerous life lessons she’s learned along the way with other women also struggling to believe they’re not disqualified by their pain and past mistakes. She delves into topics such as allowing the past to empower the present, choosing to step forward while still being afraid, facing struggles in the midst of community, finding intimacy with God outside of preconceived notions of what it should look like, and learning to focus on others.