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Jan 13, 2020

What is on our 2020 reading List

It’s a new calendar year, and that means everyone is setting new goals and intentions to make this year the best one yet. If all the goal making and planning can get a little overwhelming for you then, you are not alone. Our favorite way to enjoy our time off is by reading just for fun! So, on IBT today we are sharing what is on our 2020 reading list with you all. We have something for everyone on this round-up so be sure to let us know in the comments which one (or ten) you will be adding to your reading list!

.01 – Make Your Bed – Admiral William H. McRaven

Lessons about moving beyond failure, standing up to bullies and giving others hope. Many people I know weren’t about to put it down and finished the book in 4 days after starting!

.02 – Tell Me More – Kelly Korrigan

All about the 12 hardest things she is learning to say to sustain her relationships. She’s honest and hilarious and her words will turn the wheel of life.

.03 – Where The Crawdads Sing

Everyone and their mom was raving about this book in 2019, and it’s next on my reading list!

.04 – Becoming by Michelle Obama

Currently reading this one! She’s so inspiring and it’s just nostalgic to read about her life growing up in Chicago and how her and Barack got to where they are now 🙂

.05 – Disappearing Earth

Named one of the NYT top 10 books of the year, it’s true crime and takes place in Russia, which makes me feel cozy bc cold, but also spooked!

.06 – Little Fires Everywhere

Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon are currently making a miniseries based on this novel and I trust them with my lives, so I’ve gotta get ahead of the game and read it before the series comes out!

.07 – Get a Life, Chloe Brown: A Novel by Talia Hibbert

Experiencing Chloe Brown’s journey of counting the moments and making moments count, this book is a great reminder & inspiration to make the most of your days, despite bumps along the way.

.08 – The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk

For anyone who is interested in the inner workings of our mind, this book dives deep into understanding how the brain works and the impact trauma has on individuals and society

.09 – Yale Needs Women

Yale Needs Women tells the true story of the first women who attended Yale after they made the school co-ed. If you’re looking for an inspiring story of strength, courage, and all around girl-boss goodness, this is for you!

.10 – Meg & Jo

You’ve already read Little Women and you’re ready to see the movie, so how else can you fan-girl over this classic story? Read Meg & Jo – a modern re-telling set in NYC!

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