#BTR: Books to read in 2019
Hi beautiful strangers, friends and fam! I have not published anything on this blog in awhile but I am still SOO thankful because you are so patient with me. (I can see whoever is reading my blogpost. Thank you!) It’s not that I have no content to publish there but soo many that I do not know where to start sharing. (On that note, leave me a comment below what you want to see/read on this page. i.e, Outfit looks, My recent trip to the Philippines, College life, anything. TIA) Anyway, I thought I should share with all of you my 2019 #BTR List. Let’s get to it!
Currently reading: Adultery by Paulo Coelho
It is my goal to read all the books written by Paulo Coelho but since there are a lot and I have only read 1.5 (The first one is The Alchemist, STILL MY FAV! and I’m still reading Adultery) so I cut it short to read at least 5 books this year.
I follow this youtuber/instagrammer whom have been an inspiration to me. (She doesn’t know it but I go to her page whenever I feel like doing some self-reflecting sessions. And this happens A LOT) Anyway, I came across her 5 recommended books to read and I’m gonna share it with you as well.
Finally finish all the books I started reading in 2018 but just did not bother finishing the entire book. And those are these books:
Freedom: The courage to be yourself by Osho — I’m almost at the end of the book but for some reason I just never finished it YET. This book is intense! It has a lot of knowledge about self-perception and might be a little bit controversial on the religion side.
The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav — I already forgot what the book is about but it has valuable insights from Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou.
Anddd.. that is it for now. I like binge reading books but since I like to think I don’t really have the time to do so, it’s became a habit to just read the book and not finish it. This is my attempt on breaking that rut. Also, these books are very much more on self-help category but I also like sci-fi books and fiction. There’s nothing on my list because I don’t really know what people read nowadays. So, if you have some book recommendations up on your sleeve, feel free to share them here.
Disclosure: This post is not sponsored by anything/anyone mentioned above. I just included the link for reference, just in case you would want to read these books with me. Although, I am an amazon affiliate.