5 books to read this winter
Looking for a new read to keep you warm this winter? s the temperatures get cold? Here are five brand new books we rounded up. Grab your cup of coffee or hot coca, and enjoy!
In Hello Mornings, author Kat Lee introduces a simple yet powerful three-minute morning routine that integrates Bible study, planning, and fitness into a foundational morning habit that fits into every schedule. She then helps you build each of these core habits for life-long growth.
Everyone can find three minutes. And instead of adding one more thing to the list, Hello Mornings lifts the weight off women by revealing a grace-filled way to establish a powerful morning routine that offers a simple way to incorporate the most-sought-after daily habits into a simple morning routine: God. Plan. Move. Each morning can then become a launch pad into God’s amazing plan for their lives.
Range of Motion
New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Berg offers a deeply satisfying story about the bonds of love and the balm of friendship in Range of Motion. A young man named Jay lies in a coma after suffering a freak accident, and his wife, Lainey, is the only one who believes he will recover. She sits at his bedside, bringing him reminders of the ordinary life they shared: fragrant flowers, his children’s drawings, his own softly textured shirt. When Lainey’s faith in his recovery falters, she is sustained by two women, Alice and Evie, who teach her about the endurance of friendship—and the genuine power of hope. Filled with beautiful writing and truths about life, Range of Motion is hard to put down and impossible to forget.
The Compass Solution
The average person spends at least 100,000 hours working in their lifetime, but half of all Americans are unhappy with their careers. Now is the perfect time to take control of your journey, and award-winning CEO Tim Cole has the fool-proof formula to make it happen in The Compass Solution.
In the book, Cole discusses:
- The four cardinal points of “The Compass:” How to reframe your career journey with definitive directional points – not just trial and error
- The Burn Out Busters: The simple, proven steps you can implement to avoid the greatest of job risks
- Surviving office politics: Key skills most have to learn, and relearn, the hard way
- The Corporate Divorce Ten: The definitive guide to deciding if where you are is where you should be
- How to handle a Bad Boss: Five tips that can change your career trajectory
- Career Emotional Intelligence: Forget the theories – here are the practical tools that really matter
- The three secrets of the truly great communicators; The one simple guide you will need to distinguish yourself
The Lost Letter
The Lost Letter by Mimi Matthews. The story is an entertaining blend of drama and romance. It goes without saying that The Lost Letter is authentic and historically accurate, and this sweet story is a quick ready to take on during your time off work this holiday season.
Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning
Author Allison Trowbridge harnesses the power of story in a series of letters to an imagined young woman wrestling with the questions that arise as she stands on the precipice of adulthood. Our life’s journey is our life’s destination. We recommend this book for the character’s search for discovery as we come up on the New Year. Read more about the book here.
December 11, 2017 in book roundup, hello mornings, new books, range of motion, the compass book, the lost letter