If your resolution this year is to read more books then why not start with one of our Limited Edition versions of my favourite reads? From healthy nutrition to achieving the perfect work-life balance, these are the books that I love to share with friends and family. Now they’ve been redesigned with a special cover to match the rest of your kikki.K products sitting beautifully on your bookcase or desk.
Each one is on my must-read list for its inspiring philosophy and great advice. Here’s a short introduction to each so you can pick the one that suits your goals and dreams for the year ahead:
‘The Happiness Project’ Gretchen Rubin
I read this every year and it inspires me to enjoy the little things more. I continue to draw inspiration from it and love sharing it with others as a gift. I hope that it inspires you to take the time to explore your own happiness and to welcome more moments of happiness – whether they are big or small – into your everyday life.
‘Make Peace with your Plate’ Jess Ainscough
Reading this always inspires me to relook at my diet and choose what is right for me. Diagnosed at 22 with a rare type of incurable cancer, Jess has transformed into wellness warrior and is now thriving thanks to her simple yet effective diet, lifestyle and philosophy.
‘Work Smarter, Live Better’ Cyril Peupion
To make sure I’m focusing on the right things, I love reading this book. It’s one of my absolute favourites. It helps you find ways of working smarter, meaning you’ll have more time to enjoy the little things in life – because one day you might look back and realise they’re big things!
Procrastinating only holds you back from doing what you love every day and this book inspires you to do all the things you’ve been putting off. Reading it always inspires me to do the hard things first.
‘Getting Real About Having It All’ Megan Dalla-Camina
I’ve always believed that dreaming is the first step to actually achieving. This gorgeous book helps you find out what you are truly passionate about so you can reflect, dream, then do.
Which one will you be reading this year? Or do you have a favourite book that you’d love to recommend. Let us know by commenting below.