I’m a morning devotional type of gal. I like a good book that gives me that extra push of motivation. And whether it’s a regular devotion or a book of essays, I’ve come across quite a few lately I’ve enjoyed. So if you’re like me and working to get your morning routine into gear, here’s a few books I love to read to start my morning.
I have my secret sister to thank for this one and I’m so glad she sent it. Each day offers a new perspective and a prayer to help ground you. I’ve been reading it to end my quiet time and kick off my day. But you could flip around an opt for the one most fitting for what you need.
I love how incredibly relatable Maria is and how she makes you see things in a new way. If you’re looking to dig a bit deeper into your life, I’d highly recommend this one. Plus it’s a quick read. So if you only have 5 minutes to spare, this is perfect.
As an entrepreneur and mostly solo act, I think a bit of encouragement is always welcome. And sometimes you just want to embrace a bit of girl power and borrow from your fellow females. Feminist Don’t Wear Pink is a great place to start.
A book filled with essays from some of the most kick butt women, it’s sure to leave you feeling empowered. It’s also a great place to get a bit out of your head for a minute. Whether it’s Keira Knightly talking about child birth or Amika George reminding you of the amazing things about being a female, this book is a favorite of mine when I need to feel that extra bit of connection. Trust me. The moment you read the list of authors, you’ll be itching to read it too.
If you’re looking for a lighter morning read, this won’t be a favorite. But if you’re looking to dive deeper and be challenged, then I’d highly recommend it. New Morning Mercies is definitely a kick in the pants. I like to think of Paul as the friend who tells you what you need to hear rather than what you want to hear.
Maybe you’ve read Jesus Calling a million times. Or maybe you just need a solid daily devotional. You can’t go wrong with this book. It challenges your way of thinking and pushes back against things you probably hear every day.
I’ve always viewed my mornings as a way to gear myself for my day. They are my foundation for how things get done. And after a few years of blogging and quite a few setbacks, I think some times we have to take the time to remember why we started.
I’ve been working my way through Simon Sinek’s best seller and learning a ton. Things like why Apple is the way it is and how it’s not so much about the product but the person. If you’re wanting to take your business, hobby or any area of your life to the next level, definitely check this book out. You’ll gain such a great perspective.
Talk about a catchy title? I snagged this book in audiobook form to keep me company on my trip to Atlanta last month. Plus, I’m a curious enough person that I really just wanted to know what could possibly be behind a title like this.
If you’re looking for 5 easy morning steps to make you successful, this isn’t it. But if you’re looking to take back your mornings and make headway on your goals, you need this book. I’m all about learning new things and making them work for your life. And Laura’s book has been a game changer for how I make the most of my day and really get things done.
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