My summer reading list

Hello readers! I am so glad you decided to come over my blog today. Summer is finally here in Nova Scotia with warm 30 degrees over the last few days. I enjoyed every single one of these even when it gets stuffy with humidity. I hope you have as well. During the warm months, I enjoy reading books (hardcovers or ebooks on my tablet) instead of watching TV. I love learning new things and readings something that makes me question how and why I do things. Today I want to share a few of the books on my list and would love to know what books are on yours in the comments below.

Harry Potter Serie

I have started to read them again in January. The goal was to read a book every month but life got busy as usual and I am behind. Currently, I am on book 4 or The Goblet of Fire and I have read about half so far.

The Power of Less: The Fine Art of Limiting Yourself to the Essential by Leo Babauta

I have seen this book on Instagram and it was a current read from one ethical/minimalist account I love. So I decided it was worth putting on my list for the summer and maybe take advantage of the nice weather to downsize our possessions.

Hygge: The Danish Art of Happiness by Marie Tourell Soderberg

This way of life has been intriguing me for almost a year now. It was big all over social media all winter long. It is also described as a way of life and thinking which fits in the minimalist/simplicity lifestyle. Have any of you read it?

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis (Audible)

I started to read the labels and research what my beauty products contain over a year ago now and I love learning about the benefits of certain plants as well as which chemical to avoid. I am always going back and forth between 100% natural products and more traditional ones. I always try to look at the ingredient list to avoid what I consider dangerous and what my skin does not like (it’s a bit of a princess – hello sensitive skin!). This book seems to touch all of those subjects and more. I decided to read it with Audible while at the gym or cleaning the house.

I hope it inspired you to read some books over the summer. Please comment below if you read any of the books I mentioned and any recommendations I should add to the list. I wish you a lovely day and hope to see you back here in for the next post. As usually, please subscribe to get the notification when I post, share on social media if you like the comment. The blog is growing very slowly and I would love for more people to join us. You can also follow me on social media. In the meantime, have a great day!

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