26 Must-Read Books for Personal Growth in 2020

26 Must-Read Books for Personal Growth in 2020

This year I’m determined to develop myself into the best possible version of me. I start grad school on January 13th, so I will have a lot of work added to my plate, but I know I can handle it. What helps me hone-in on my studies, surprisingly, is listening to audiobooks. I’m somehow able to parse the words in my mind and the words from the book while cranking out quality work. That’s why this year I’ll be listening to these 26 must-read books for personal growth in 2020. That’s a different book every two weeks!
Whether you read or listen, start 2020 off right with me and let’s dive into this list of personal development books!

I Struggled With How To Be More Productive At Home. Here’s What I Changed.

I Struggled With How To Be More Productive At Home. Here’s What I Changed.

It seems no matter what decade we’re in, people are always searching for ways to become more productive. As I’ve gotten older and had more children, more responsibilities, I realized that my current way of life wasn’t going to cut it. I was always frustrated, overwhelmed, tired, and unhappy. I struggled badly with how to be more productive at home, and that was the root cause of all of my negative feelings.

I know I’m not alone in my struggle, however. Being a parent is hard! Getting your life together for the sake of your sanity and your family’s wellbeing is a must, but it is hard!

I still struggle with being more productive, but I am happy to say that I’ve gotten much better at increasing productivity, so I want to share a few secrets with you about what I changed.

The Key to Unlocking Inner Peace:​ Parent Edition

The Key to Unlocking Inner Peace:​ Parent Edition

The key to unlocking inner peace is a topic scholars have studied for decades, and a mindset people continuously work to achieve.
When contemplating the type of parent I wanted to be, I imagined myself as a soft-spoken, kind, and overall peaceful mom with the sweetest, most well-behaved children. However, giving birth to my oldest son, Xaiver, quickly squashed that dream. Xaiver was, hands-down, the most difficult of my infants (he’s calmed down, thankfully).