Apparently I picked the perfect time to launch my 2019 Fall Reading List! Word on the street is the Fall weather has finally arrived for good, and NOW, it’s officially time to bring on all the Autumn Self-care rituals! In my opinion, this time of year promotes slowing things down a bit, spending more leisure time with your loved ones, and engaging in activities that reinvigorate your soul. One of my favorite things to do around this time is curl up with a good book in front of the fireplace on a Friday night!
This Fall Reading List has a little something for everyone and I’ve broken it down by topic so I know you’ll find something of interest! Please also note, there are links to each of these titles embedded within this post and if you use them I’ll earn a small commission.
- David Bach’s The Latte Factor – Shows you that small amounts of money can truly change your life!
- Thomas Stanley’s The Millionaire Next Door – A presentation of surprising findings of how the majority of self made millionaires truly live and build their wealth.
- Tosha Silver’s It’s Not Your Money – A witty and spirited guide to radically releasing the burden of financial fears.
Inspiration, Motivation, & Personal Growth
- Marie Forleo’s Everything Is Figureoutable – Whether you want to leave a dead end job, heal a relationship, grow a business, master your money, or just find two free hours in your day. This book will train your brain to think more positively and help you break down any dream into manageable steps.
- Judi Holler’s Fear Is My Homeboy – It’s time to stop letting fear boss you around so that you can start leveling up personally and professionally.
- James Clear’s Atomic Habits – No matter your goals, this book offers a proven framework for improving every day.
Health & Wellness
- Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk To Someone – A Therapist explores her own issues and discovers just how similar they are to the problems of her clients.
- David Carbonell’s The Worry Trick – Recommended to me by my own therapist, it’s a self-help book for those that worry too much.
- Don Miguel Ruiz’s The Four Agreements – A discussion of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering.
- Elaine Welteroth’s More Than Enough – A guide for how to come into you own, on your own terms.
- Glory Edim’s Well Read Black Girl – An inspiring collection of essays by black women writers, curated by the founder of the popular book club Well-Read Black Girl, on the importance of recognizing ourselves in literature.
- Rick Ross’s Hurricanes – Chronicles his coming of age amid Miami’s crack epidemic, his start studded controversies, and his unstoppable rise to fame.
- Christina Lauen’s The Unhoneymooners – An enemies to lovers romance set in a romantic destination.
- Elizabeth Gilbert’s City of Girls – A coming of age story about a spoiled, vacuous and beautiful young girl living in New York.
- Tia William’s The Perfect Find – Scandalously sexy, laugh out loud funny saga about star-crossed love and starting over.
This list is not final, I’ll definitely add a few more titles before the Fall season ends. Be sure to book mark and check back occasionally for more great suggestions and to also leave yours below! Also, if you’re looking for tips on how you can fit more reading into an already busy day, check out THIS post! Until next time…