As I love reading non-fiction books I thought I would finally share with you all some books that I would say changed my life and might change your life too. There is one for the person that likes spiritual books, one for the introvert feeling out of place, one for someone who wants to find out what sparks joy, and two for those that want to learn more about health. Now let’s get into the books!
Quiet by Susan Cain
A perfect read for the introvert that feels out of place or underappreciated. This book delves into why society undermines introverts and why introverts are powerful and needed in our world. Definitely helped me feel more appreciated and provided me with all the information I wanted from the book.
Osho Living Dangerously: Ordinary Enlightenment for Extraordinary Times
An amazing read for anyone who wants to be spiritually enlightened or wants to progress in their spiritual journey. I absolutely love this book as it feels like Osho is with you as you are reading the book and teaching you all this wisdom. The book made me cry a couple of times and was very eye-opening.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying by Marie Kondo
For anyone who wants to find out what sparks joy or declutter their space and be surrounded by the things they love. I have reread this book every year since 2016 as I love it and it encourages me to look at what I bring into my space and prevents me from over-spending as now I spend way longer analyzing if I actually need the thing I want to purchase.
The China Study by T. Collin Campbell, PhD and Thomas M. Campbell, MD
A perfect read for anyone who wants to dive into health and why a plant-based diet is the best type of diet out there. All the scientific research taught me a lot and I was very much on board with the authors. The only problem that I had with the book is that most of the research is done on animals which I did not like but at the same time I knew it was necessary for some people to understand how every finding found has to be backed up by science.
How Not To Die by Michael Greger, MD
Another read perfect for the person that wants to look after their health and wants to live as long as they can. I loved this book because it felt more like a conversation than me actually reading a scientific book, whereas The China Study is more like a presentation. Michael Greger also uses a lot of real-life stories from his patients which were nice to read about.
Hope you all enjoyed this post and definitely share with me some life-changing books that you think I should pick up as I would love some new recommendations!
See you in my next post 🙂
Natalia aka Bookish Vegan