Here in Wisconsin, we're dealing with a winter that won't quit. Rather than state the obvious and complain about slush, salt and cold temps, let's wrap ourselves up in the positive. Wisconsin winters are the perfect time to reflect, read and warm up with a cup of hot chocolate (or three). Here's a list of books to read in 2014:
Nine to Five Inspirations
After devouring Lean In, I discovered that this was the first book on career development I've read since hanging up my college graduation gown. Gulp. Let's expand our knowledge on the subject by reading:
- Ogilvy on Advertising
- I Shouldn't Be Telling You This: Success Secrets Every Gutsy Girl Should Know
- Pour Your Heart Into It
I once read that the best parenting advice will come from your friends, family and other new moms. This was from a parenting book, oddly enough. Even if the best tips come from other moms, I loved the philosophy behind Happiest Toddler. I'm looking forward to reading these others:
- Loved Reading: Happiest Toddler on the Block
- The Good Mother Myth
- How To Talk So Kids Will Listen: How to Listen So Kids Will Talk
Good ReadsI've heard nothing but good things about the following five. After watching here on The Daily Show, I'm especially excited about I Am Malala.
What are you reading these days? Any books that should be added to this list?