Words That Shape Me: 2021 Reading List
Welcome to the Words That Shape Me series! In this series I’ll be posting my thoughts and what I’ve learned about each book. The books I review will be ones that have had a huge impact on my life and books that I believe can change your life as well.
Can you believe we are just a few days away from a new year? I don’t know about you, but I feel like 2020 both went by fast and slow at the same time. Is that even possible? Today I wanted to share the books I’m excited to read in 2021. If you’ve been following the blog all year, you’ll notice that I dropped the ball with this series this year. That is because I didn’t do much reading. I want to prioritize reading more in 2021 because there are so many books that I want to read.
It’s safe to say that I didn’t meet my goal of reading 20 books this year. I did m
«anage to read—-≥÷a few books off of my reading list though. Some of the books on this list will be from last year’s list as well, since I didn’t read as much as I wanted to. This year I’m going to set my goal small, in hopes to exceed it. In 2021 I want to read at least 12 books. Here are the books on my 2021 reading list. You’ll notice it’s a lot more than 12 books. Why my indecisive self didn’t stop at 12, I have no idea, but here we are.
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My 2021 Reading List
- Do It Scared by Ruth Sukup
- Seven Mile Miracle by Steven Furtick
- Love Yourself Lighter by Suvin Nichols
- It’s Okay Not To Be Okay by Sheila Walsh
- Broke Millennial by Erin Lowry
- Party Girl by Rachel Hollis
- Good Morning Good Life by Amy Landino
- Own Your Everyday by Jordan Lee Dooley
- You Are Already Amazing by Holley Gerth
- Jesus >Religion by Jefferson Bethke
- Emma by Jane Austin
- Depression, Anxiety, and Other Things We Don’t Want to Talk About by Ryan Casey Walker
- The Introvert’s Edge to Networking: Work the Room. Leverage Social Media. Develop Powerful Connections by Matthew Pollard
- Saving Social by Ryam Holmes
- Fighting Forward by Hannah Brencher
- The In-Between Place by Kat Armstrong
- Know Yourself Know Your Money: Rachel Cruze
- The Career Toolkit by Mark A. Herschberg
- Winning The War In Your Mind by Pastor Craig Groeschel
- Believe It by Jamie Kern Lima
- Meant to Be: If the Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy
- Siri Who Am I? By Sam Tschida
- Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry by Joya Goffney
- Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
- Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick
- The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Hadish
What’s your reading goal for the new year? What books are on your 2021 reading list Let me know in the comments or connect with me via Goodreads.