Nothing better than curling up on the couch with a book on a snow day. Now I do most of my reading by audiobooks, but I do love to hold and thumb through and smell a good book now and then. I just got Anne Lamott’s newest:
Also in hardcover, I have Brendon Burchard’s latest:
Another bedside table book:
I know nothing about this book except that I love Mike Dooley’s Notes From the Universe. I’ve seen him speak too and think he’s pretty great, so I thought I’d check it out.
I’m a big fan of the Great Courses. I’ve listened to several. This one is fascinating and much more digestible than the damn Exploring Metaphysics course. I’ve also taken The Science of Mindfulness; Influence; Heroes and Legends; and next up is Einstein’s Relativity and the Quantum Revolution.
I take back all the fun I poked at bookworms. I’m such a nerd. That’s karma for you. I’ll be playing catch up forever!
Up and coming (audio):
Recently finished (audio):
I can’t say enough about audiobooks. I would never be able to read this many books in “real life” if it weren’t for commute listening, washing the dishes listening, running errands listening, and so on.
Believe it or not, I never thought I’d be able to focus and make it through an entire book. My first audiobook in 2008, Steve Martin’s Born Standing Up, I had to rewind a couple thousand times just to keep up.
If you’re doubtful, just add it to the list of practices;) No biggie!
I leave you with this: Get to listening. You’ll be amazed how much you enjoy it. And how much you can cover!
Kat Hurley is a transformational author, speaker and personal development coach, making over motivation @The Year of Magical Dreaming. For the full 411, visit kathurley.com, yo!