Self-Help Books You Need For 2021

Sometimes there are days where you want to take a break from your goals or just have personal time alone. You may feel overwhelmed, stressed, or anxious from everything going on. This may have to do with the recent COVID surge in Los Angeles County, or not being able to visit your friends and family due to social distancing. Either way, this time is important for you to read self-help books and reflect on what can help to create a better version of yourself.

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo

It is no surprise that we may be spending a lot of time in our bedrooms, cooped away from the outside world. Although there is nothing wrong with having your own private time, it is a problem when your laundry bin is filled with dirty clothes you haven’t washed in weeks. If anybody knows the solution to a dirty room, it is Marie Kondo. In this book, she teaches you the basic principles of organizing and tidying up. Marie shares that by decluttering your room, not only will it transform your living space, but your happiness as well.

The Food Therapist: Break Bad Habits, Eat with Intention, and Indulge Without Worry by Shira Lenchewski MS RD

If you are someone who struggles with dieting and eating habits, this is the book for you. In The Food Therapist, Shira shares what type of “eater” you are by mentioning your food habits. Not only will this book alter your ideology of “diet culture”, but you’ll  learn that food is basic fuel for your body.

If there’s anything that 2021 wants to leave behind in 2020, it is to get rid of any negativity/toxicity. The only person that is stopping you from reaching your full potential is you, and Mark makes note on that. Using Law of Attraction methods, and self-realization, he teaches us things to worry about versus what not to worry about.

 

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