5 books I have read and loved lately


Hello friends! How's the day going? Hope you have a lovely morning so far. I jump on the Peloton and record a podcast interview. The podcast is back tomorrow! (Make sure you have a subscription so you can see when I will be updating. One of my goals for the new year is to be more consistent with the podcast.)

For today's post, I thought I'd share a handful of books I recently read (some I read this month and others past summer / fall) that I really enjoyed. I always love your book suggestions, so please let me know if you have any favorites from last year!

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1) Dating for beginners. This book was in my Kindle forever and I decided to use it forever. I have been able to fly through the pages and enjoyed it lightly and enchantingly before going to bed. My friend Danielle describes such books as "cookbooks": perfect, sweet, and intended to afford.

Here is a brief summary:

Marnie MacGraw wants a normal life – husband, children and a minivan in the suburbs. Now that she's married to the man of her dreams, she's sure she'll get that kind of life. Then Marnie Blix meets Holliday, her fiancé, an indestructible matchmaker who dies, and everything changes – just as Blix told her it would happen.

It's a great story of how unexpected things can turn out in the most positive way, and that love is often the one who needs it most.

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2) Everything is readable. I'm only half way through it, but I can tell you it sticks with me. Marie Forleo is one of my very favorites and always appreciate how generous she is with her knowledge, keeping it real. I did a B school several years ago and dramatically changed my online businesses. His background is fascinating – he directed hip-hop DVDs after learning to dance in his 30s and collaborating with Tony Robbins – and I'm always happy to support him and spread the word. It is a powerful reading that inspires you to pursue and pursue your dreams.

The content of his book is as follows:

While most self-help books offer quick fixes, everything is shaped by the brain to think more creatively and positively in the event of setbacks. According to Cheryl Strayed, it is "a must-read for anyone who wants to face their fears, fulfill their dreams and find a better way to move forward."

If you're having trouble solving a problem or getting into a dream, it's not you. That is, you have not yet installed the faith that changes everything.

Marie's mother once told her, “Nothing in life is so difficult. You can do anything by rolling up your sleeves. Everything is readable. "

Whether you want to leave a dead end job, lose your addiction, learn to dance, improve relationships, or grow a business, everything readable shows you.

You will learn:

• A habit that makes you 42% more likely to reach your goals.

• How to overcome time and money shortages.

• How to deal with criticism and cheat syndrome.

It's more than just a fun phrase to say. This is a philosophy of relentless optimism. Mindset. The mantra. Conviction.

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3) Small fires everywhere. I lodge reviews before I decide to devote myself to the book, and the final reviews of the book are horrendous. There was really nothing else I wanted to read, so I decided to study it. By the end of chapter one, I couldn't wait to find out what happened. I'm not a big fan of crime or who's a do-it-yourself fan – I like to read before going to bed, so if it causes my adrenaline I can't fall asleep – but it just had the right amount of secret without being too intense .

Everything is planned in Cleverland's progressive suburban Shaker Heights – from the layout of the winding roads to the colors of the houses and the successful life that its residents continue to live. And no one embodies that spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules.

Enter Mia Warren – a mystery artist and single mom – who arrives in this idyllic bubble with her teenage daughter Pearl and rents the house from Richardsons. Soon, Mia and Pearl will become more than tenants: all four of Richardson's children will be dragged into a mother-daughter couple. But Mia carries with her a mysterious past and a disregard for the situation that threatens to build this carefully ordered community.

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4) Great alone.

I'm a big fan of Kristin Hannah – Night is probably the top five books I've ever read – and though I didn't love it Firefly Lane, its brief summary caught my eye. The story itself is riveting and I felt emotional throughout it. Among his vivid descriptions of Alaska, this is a beautiful tale of endurance and the will to survive.

It reads as follows:

Alaska, 1974. Ernt Allbright came home from the Vietnam War as a changed and fickle man. When he loses another job, he makes the impulsive decision to move his wife and daughter north, where they live at the last real frontier of the network.

Cora does something that a man loves, even if he follows him into the unknown. The 13-year-old Len, caught in the maze of his parents' passionate and turbulent relationship, has no choice but to go forward, hoping that this new land will allow his family a better future.
In the wild remote corner of Alaska, the Allbrights find a fiercely independent community of strong men and even stronger women. The long days of sunshine and the generosity of the locals make up for the lack of training and resources of newcomers.

However, as winter approaches and darkness begins, Ernt's fragile state of mind deteriorates. Soon the hazards will fade away from the inside. In their small, snow-covered cabin, set up at eighteen hours, they learn the terrible truth of Len and her mother: they are on their own.

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5) Auschwitz tattoo artist.

The book exchanged a warm coat around my heart and wrapped it in a thousand pieces. I rarely finish books quickly because I live – I often spit on them for a whole week – but I ended it in two days. I couldn't finish it fast enough. It's hard to believe that in the midst of the horrors of Auschwitz there was such a beautiful love story. This novel is based on serious events and many of the characters are based on real people.

Here is a brief summary:

In April 1942, Slovak Jew Lale Sokolov was forcibly transported to concentration camps in Auschwitz-Birkenau. When prisoners discover that he speaks several languages, he is recruited as a Tätowierer (German tattooist) tasked with permanently marking fellow prisoners.

More than two and a half years' imprisonment is a testament to Lale's terrible atrocities and barbarism, as well as the incredible acts of courage and compassion. At the risk of his life, he uses his privileged position to exchange murdered Jewish jewels and money for food to keep his fellow prisoners alive.

One day in July 1942, Lale, prisoner 32407, consoles a shaking young woman waiting for 34902 to tattoo her hands. His name is Gita, and in that first meeting, Lale promised to somehow survive in the camp and marry him.

Auschwitz's tattoo is also a vivid, harrowing and ultimately hopeful re-creation of Lale Sokolov's experience – a man who tattooed thousands of prisoners' weapons with what would become one of the most powerful symbols of the Holocaust. the endurance of love and humanity in the darkest possible conditions.

So tell me friends, what's the last incredible book you read? Favorite Book of 2019? What are you reading now?

xo

Gina

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