Nonfiction: Evaluate Your Life With These Books

Evaluating your life now. Turn it into a day. Sounds ominous and pretty heavy for a Tuesday, but it’s a kick start on those New Year’s Resolutions. It’s nothing to worry about really; it’s just a day to take the opportunity to reflect one’s life. Simple. We are constantly on the go and accomplishing so many things, that we rarely take the time to breathe and to see if we are leading the life that we wish to have. A good way to start is to look at areas in your life to evaluate: Finances, School and Job Performance, Clothes, relationships, and other areas that you want to look at.

Yet, for me, evaluating my life can sometimes bring me down. Especially if I feel I didn’t accomplish all that I wanted to do; so I seek inspiration from none other than books. Books that help in giving me a different perspective on life and the understanding that life isn’t perfect, but that getting up and trying is the greatest thing we can do for ourselves. It’s a challenge that I love to do every day. So here are some of the books that I have read that really helped me jump start evaluate my life:

Brunette AmbitionYou First Journal Lea MicheleBrunette Ambition and You First: Journal Your Way to Your Best Life by Lea Michele
I absolutely LOVE Lea Michele. Ever since I first watched that pilot of Glee, I have been a fan of hers and when I heard she was releasing a book I jumped at the chance to read it. Brunette Ambition is at its best an auto biography, but it offers helpful advice on how to balance a busy schedule and maintain a healthy lifestyle in your life. Michele continues with a journal that walks the reader through exercises and advice for readers like me to reach my overall goals in life; a perfect read for Evaluate Your Life Day. Continue reading Nonfiction: Evaluate Your Life With These Books