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In lieu of my lofty goal to read 50 books this year, I have decided to install a bi-monthly TBR (To Be Read) series on this blog. I’m super stoked to do this for fun and for the accountability it will give me to my reading. I will also do some reviews for fun! There’s no way I could read all these books in one month, so I’ll give myself 2 months for each TBR and hope that somehow I am able to overachieve! Here is Jan/Feb’s TBRs!

#1.  One More Thing by B.J. Novak

I actually already started this one so I’m cheating a little bit, but I still have a long way to go. I will tell you from what I’ve already read, it’s an AMAZING BOOK. Funny, insightful, & real. I looooove B.J. Novak as a writer and actor and I’m a huge fan of The Office (which he was a main writer for). I heard him do an interview on “One More Thing” , and he described it as his “mental breakdown after the office”. His mental breakdown was writing a variety of phenomenal short stories…I love that.

#2. You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero

My mom bought me this a long time ago. I have never even picked it up, which is strange considering how much of a sucker I am for a good self-help book. But I’ve heard from tons of people about how life changing this book is. I’ve also heard some podcasts with Jen in them and she is a force to be reckoned with!

#3. Light On Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar

I am required to read this one for my YTT in April, so if you’re not into Yoga, this may not be for you. But if you are a yoga-lover like me, then this is probably the #1 book to read. Written by the founder of Iyengar, a major branch of Yoga.

#4. It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

I just started this one. I found this book because I legit googled “comforting books for people with depression” and this came up. It’s a YA book about a young guy who gets admitted into the psych ward and meets all kinds of crazy people. It is funny and real. The author, Ned, was a very interesting and talented writer.

#5. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

Of course, we all know this story. I’ve always loved the themes and quotes from the movies but for some reason have never actually read the classic book! I know I will love this one.

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