This is probably very late a post, but, better late than never!
I decided to read a lot this year because I’d be majorly free to do so and also because it would be a great way to gain a lot of knowledge that would be useful to me later in life. It would also be good if I cultivated a culture of reading, ha!
So, I will be sharing my reading list for each month. I already started reading the books (there are two of them) but feel free to take a look at them anytime.
1. Act like a lady, Think like a man – Steve Harvey: I have read this book before but it was during my teens and so I don’t think I really understood what was being explained. Unlike what the preface says, this book can be read by men and women alike. Women, so we can understand the basic workings of majority of men to help us navigate our man. Men, so they can understand how women see men to help them know what to do. I haven’t gone so far but I’ve learnt the 3ps of men’s love. If a man loves you he’d profess his love, provide for you (not just in monetary terms now) and try to protect you. If a man does all these three, he’s all in. The link to the book is below; you can check it out.
2. The Gifts of Imperfection – Brene Brown: This book was recommended by Jen (bless her soul!) and its a beautiful one. I haven’t gone far in this book but it’s a book about learning to embrace who we are. The author says we have to find the courage to live and love with our whole hearts and I agree that we can’t give what we don’t have. So we have to love and accept ourselves for who we are without worrying about what people think. So far, it’s a great book especially for anyone struggling with self-love or just anyone who thinks they could be better as someone else. You’re the best as you, love. The link to the book is below; you can check it out.
Have a beautiful and fulfilling day!