Conquering Quarantine #3: Reading
Updated: Apr 30
Yes, reading! I don't know about you, but I love a good book. One of the best benefits of reading a nonfiction book is that it will provide you with an escape. When you are reading books that cause you to explore the thought process, you can change your thinking or reframe how you think. These books help motivate you to see the world around you.
Inspiring you to do something different
Books that teach you a specific craft or teach you ideas on how to refine that craft. Some people like to knit, or they want to work with wood or home improvement. You can get these books, and they can be a guide in becoming strong in that particular craft.
I like crafting.
I enjoy finding new ways to craft old junk and turn it into glamorous. If there's any hobby that you've been thinking about trying or exploring, find a book to help teach you how to do it.
Why not get a book that helps enhance their knowledge of exercise? If you don't have much knowledge, this is an excellent opportunity for you to get more knowledge that can help you improve your education on health.
What about books that build your confidence? There are a lot of books out there that help you with self-help items so that you can grow stronger in your thinking.
Lastly, I recommend that you look up books about people who have inspired you. Is there somebody, or even maybe some time, that has inspired you? This would be an excellent opportunity to read about those people. It will enhance your historical knowledge and give you a better connection to the person(s) you admire.
I would recommend Napoleon Hill's books and Dr. Carolyn Leaf's books because they help to change your thinking and perspective. If you're looking for a better resource on how the brain works, I recommend Dr. Carolyn Leaf. I also like cooking books mainly because of the pictures of food...it makes me wanna eat every pic….lol.
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