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Favorite Books from 2020

I must have been wanting to improve myself because that is what a lot of my books were that I read in 2020. They made me feel so good while reading them and even after putting them down I felt inspired so maybe you will like them too. Each image will take you to the link to buy the hard copy and the Kindle version. Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links.



What's Worth Knowing by Wendy Lustbader: is about 4 different people and they each share their best advice for life. They are in their 60s and older and it is so inspirational. My coworker recommended it to me and I loved it. It's a bit slower but full of good advice.



Live Fearless by Sadie Robertson: I feel like I grew up with Sadie. I watched Duck Dynasty all the time with my dad and I've followed her on Instagram for as long as I can remember. She is full of inspiration and it is all so relatable! It is a religious book and even though we aren't the same religion, I still enjoyed it and knew the verses she was talking about.



A Generation Rising by Gerald N. Lund: this is a fiction book that is based around the time of WW2. It is a series and has been one of the books that I can't put down. SOO Good!



Girl Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis: I feel like this is a book that everyone who says sorry after everything should read. It is all about getting over having to justify your every action and has been really helpful to me. I am one of those people who apologized for being myself all the time without realizing it. Again, another relatable book that I couldn't put down.



The Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanna Gaines: I got this one for the obvious reason that Brady and I are starting a Real Estate business and flipping houses is a big part of that. I loved seeing each of their personalities in the book and getting a glimpse at what they went through to start Magnolia.



The Innocent Man by John Grisham: I love me a good murder mystery book. This was based on a true story and about a man who got convicted for a murder he didn't commit. I watched the Netflix series before I read the book and I wish I wouldn't have because the book explains it so much better. I find myself reading something that sounds familiar and skimming through, missing an important detail and going back.



Get Out of Your Head by Jennie Allen: I think Sadie Robertson mentioned this book one day and it looked interesting so I got it. I haven't regretted it. I find myself getting in negative spirals in my head and it can be so hard to get out of sometimes. It has been a good book to help realize that I don't have to be in those negative spirals. It shares ways of looking at things differently that I've loved.



Anyway, I hope you were able to find a book that might interest you.

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