Would you like a fantastic book to read? A book that’s not on every other blog site? The book where you can get asked “Where did you get that book? It looks amazing”. You’ve come to the right place. I have gathered a small number of spectacular books that aren’t going to show up on every blogger site and I just know you’ll be curious to read them.
The first book I would love to recommend is a biography about the president of Finnland, Mannerheim. Author, Jonathan Clements publishes the travels and historical events that Gustaf Mannheim took place in. Events include the Tsar coronation, going in-to the battle of the Russo-Japanese, leading anti-Russian forces, including leading his own country’s war. Gustaf Mannerheim also had a chance to teach the Dalai Lama how to shoot a pistol. Jonathan Clement writes the beginning of Gustaf’s career, how much impact he’s made, making sure to share the success of his life. Gustaf Mannheim’s behavior is incredibly strong with tactic skills, being able to travel without much conflict, as well as prioritize his missions. Being a president, soldier, and spy Gustaf Mannerheim affects the reader to be bold and show courage along any journey you travel. Mannerheim is an amusing biography, as it shares history through a different character, setting it apart from the most popular leaders around the world.
As you venture into this enormous world, be sure to stop along the way to get a beautifully inspired book, Making Your Dreams Come True by author Marcia Wieder. This being the second and favorite book of mine, Author Marcia Wieder shares a soft, heartfelt step into making any dream become a definite reality. Through various chapters, Marcia shares many stories of those who have different visions of the future, just how much happiness and success they have attained by joining the process. The best part of this journey is the dream workbook, giving examples of the stages to make your dreams come true. Through tough times and bad energy, my own dream workbook never fails to remind me just how capable I am, venturing off into the future with a guide for happiness. Making Your Dreams Come True by Marcia Wieder is an extraordinary novel to keep up your spirit and remind us there’s always a way for everything you dream about.
While you may be eager to read the previous novels, be sure to save up some extra money. Saving is great as it provides our necessities for the future. While Pinterest boards may be filled up with money-saving tips, books contain more information. Penny Saving Household Helper, by author Rebecca DiLiberto, shares five hundred little ways to save big. Rebecca provides life hacks in five contexts to help you save every dollar, cent, or dime. Through DIY projects to local shopping and fixing your beautiful leather shoes, in the beauty and wardrobe chapter. For its small size, Rebecca’s book provides a satisfying read for saving money. We can truly agree that saving money is a tackle throughout our lives, along with our enemies called debt and taxes.
Saving the best for last, this beautiful exotic novel shares the insight for what’s like being a woman, and just how much we need to look after ourselves. Author Peta Mathias writes all her own experiences, travel, and advice from various sources in her novel called, Can We Help It If We’re Fabulous? And Other Thoughts On Being A Woman. This is truly the number one favorite of mine when it comes to reading in my free time and wanting to feel motivated for any daily activity or self-care. Peta Mathias also writes different aspects of other woman’s lives, from traveling and choosing the right style of fashion to changing multiple career choices. Peta definitely knows what it’s like being a woman, especially in our twenties.
Every book is different in their own way, the message behind it, the skills or life lessons for us. Choosing these four books, I thought about how everyone has different tastes and what could inspire you in unique ways. These books are definitely a must-read, something new to learn and share with friends.