BOOKS...Old & New

The focus of this post is BOOKS!! I'm not an avid reader (off and on type of reader) but I'm addicted to books!! I have so many interests in so many topics and I also love a good story. The books I'm sharing today have a wide range, from old to new and from topic to topic. Maybe you'll find a spark of interest in what you see. Hope you enjoy!! By the way, I'd love to hear what you're reading or any recommendations you may have! Yay for BOOKS!!

I've been wanting to learn how to embroider for a while. I'm on a mission to learn as many creative techniques and skills as possible! This book gives great instruction and fun projects. It also comes with a sampler kit to-boot. TWO-THUMBS UP!

Got this book a while back but it's something I refer to often. It's perfect if you're in a place of transition, decision-making, goal-setting or dreaming big! It offers insight, generates questions and provides exercises to engage in. It's a reference I continually use!

This is an oldie but a goodie. I've had this book for close to 20 years now, and I've shared it with many. I think it was ahead of it's time when it was written. It almost has more importance and relevance today than it did when I first read it. It's basically about living simply in all aspects of life. Definitely RECOMMENDED! 

Got this one a few years back and I still enjoy flipping through it. It's another "how-to" book and it also offers a slew of projects and a sample kit too. I first learned about printing in junior high and I feel in love with it. This book brings me back to those same feelings...so fun! 

I've always been a nerdy-bird for anything holistic, mind/body, self-help, self-growth, and so on. I got curious about Ayurveda several years ago. I was fascinated by the lifestyle and the thinking behind it. I've since added several books to my collection. This book happens to be very well rounded in explaining various topics of Ayurveda. 

This was one of my summer reads. I have to admit, I haven't fully read the book. However, I have skimmed large portions of it and found it very informative. If you're familiar with my blog you'll know that I consider myself a highly sensitive person. Having books like these are nice for the information but also for relating. It provides clarity and a bit of reassurance, which who doesn't need that?! Double Thumbs Up for all you HS-Peeps out there!! 

Thoughts for next week: Transformation Thru Creativity

Big Hugs - Jess