For avid readers who are craving inspiration as we head into a new season, Spring 2017 is a perfect time to pick up a new motivational read. Whether you want to make more time for yourself or start taking steps toward your dream career, inspiring non-fiction titles just may be your solution. We’ve curated a few key titles to add to your bookshelf now.
1,001 Ways to Slow Down: A Little Book of Everyday Calm by Barbara Ann Kipfer, National Geographic: With today’s fast-paced digital society, taking a few moments for oneself is certainly a challenge. If you find yourself digitally connected 24/7, this new book may help you achieve that must-needed respite. 1,000 Ways to Slow Down aims to simplify life, with ideas for cooking meals, busting stress and appreciating life.
Freedom Seeker: Live More. Worry Less. Do What You Love. by Beth Kempton, Hay House UK: Meant to help readers with achieving freedom, this new title is written by Beth Kempton, a world traveller who later become a mother and business owner. However, Kempton realized that adventure was missing from her life, later embarked on an interpersonal journey. As a freedom seeker, the author and adventurer discovered the keys to finding freedom, which allowed her to feel inspired, alive and passionate about her life.
Napoleon Hill Is on the Air!: The Five Foundations for Success by Napoleon Hill, Grand Harbor Press: As a motivational speaker and author of self-help books, Napoleon Hill was best known for his radio broadcasts and his Five Foundations for Success. This upcoming tome (which hits the shelves on March 14) includes transcripts of his broadcasts, which aim to teach followers how to find professional and personal success.
How to Be a Hepburn in a Kardashian World: The Art of Living with Style, Class, and Grace by Jordan Christy, Center Street: For anyone who is inspired by the classic style and ladylike mannerisms of Audrey Hepburn, How to Be a Hepburn in a Kardashian World just may be ideal for the modern young woman. It emphasizes the importance of boosting your self-esteem, developing a solid sartorial sense, presenting yourself well and building meaningful relationships.