Need a last-minute gift for a book lover? While most books are available in a digital format, there are some books that are only available in an electronic version. They might not provide anything to wrap, but a printout of the book’s cover could slip into a card or stocking. Surely I can’t be the only one who would be delighted to find a book in my stocking?
Later this week I’ll post about some of my favorite ebooks related to goals you may have for the new year. Today it’s all about the ebooks that I would have been the most excited to have gifted to me.
That Works for Me by Kristen Welch and Jennifer De Groot
I love tips and tricks and genius ideas that make me smack my forehead in a “why didn’t I think of that!” moment.
What I don’t love is wading through tons of so-so tips to find the true gems, so I’ve never done a lot of clicking through of the Works for Me Wednesday linkups. Now, I’m very glad that I didn’t spend my time looking for the best ones – Kristen and Jennifer have done it for me!
The tips are the best of the best, and it’s also organized so it’s much more practical and useful. So helpful.
If you’re like me and know that your wardrobe could use some help, The No Brainer Wardrobe by Hayley Morgan is a helpful approach. Based on her popular 31 Days series, Hayley expanded the content and compiled it. I originally read her series when it was posted daily and wasn’t sure how useful I’d find the ebook. Happily, I thought it was quite helpful and well worth purchasing.
And you don’t have to have a personal style anything like the trendy Hayley – her advice works no matter what your style is (and she helps you figure out your style). My wardrobe is a work in progress, but at least now I feel like I am making progress in the right direction.
Nurturing Creativity by Renee Tougas
Think you don’t have time to be creative in this season of life? Or maybe you don’t think you’ve got any creativity to express at all?
Not true, and this book helps you recognize the creativity you do have, and to make the most of the time you have available (no matter how much or how little time that might be.)
I reviewed it when it was first released, but I can’t Work Shift: How to Create a Better Blend of Work, Life, and Family by Anne Bogel. It’s a helpful approach to creating a life that blends all aspects of your life in a way that works.
I’d find this one inspiring, especially at the end of the year when I may be in a mood to begin thinking about changes I want to make in the new year. I thought it was a great resource for thinking about other options relating to life schedules and routines that I had never considered.
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