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The colder and the darker it gets, it’s time to cozy up and stay inside for soul food, tea and good books. I feel like I’m slowly counting the days to have some relaxing holidays soon, since this year was so crazy busy. I can’t wait to read new books and just do nothing else. Here is my personal list of pre & post-holiday reading and to say Goodbye to 2022 with books.
After weeks of overwhelming emotions, I am using my platforms like Instagram as well as my blog to raise awareness, and continue to fight against racism as well as police violence.
As the #BlackLivesMatter trend is slowly vanishing on social media, now it’s time for everyone to understand, that changes won’t happen overnight. Supporting a cause is not about one week of attending protests and sharing content. It’s about continuously spreading awareness against discrimination, fight for human rights, educate ourselves, and our children.
Staying at home is never boring when you know how to spend your time wisely. Not only cooking, creating photography content, or painting gave me pleasure, but books felt like vacation during these strange times. These books aren’t to be confused with beach reads— although if the beaches will be open this summer, then you can read them at seaside while sunbathing.
These books are about love, life, family, psychology, loss, finding yourself and success.
First of all, I want to apologize for being MIA in February. I dedicated my time and attention to my family and working on future projects, which requires stepping out of the comfort zone and making good choices with lot of focus on details. I know you’ve missed the ‘What To Read’ post the past two months, so today I want to share what I read in January and February.
While past two months were good months of reading with lot of new inspiring books, here are the five books I would suggest you to read now:
Although December is the most wonderful time of the year, it’s also the most stressful time. You need to finish all of your tasks at work before the holidays, cold weather followed by short days, last minute holiday shopping, so taking literary breaks is a must.
Just in time for the holiday season, I want to share my top five favorite books to read this month:
It’s that time of the year when I’d rather stay inside and have a cosy afternoon reading books, than going outside when it’s cold and raining. There is nothing better than cosying up with a warm blanket, a good book, nice scented candles, and a cup of tea – just as lovely as fall is. I am starting this season with my favorite picks for fall which inspired me, and I believe that you’ll also find something interesting on the book list I am sharing with you: