I absolutely love reading books. My favorite genre is self-help books as I learn so much in life and strive to become a better human being. Reading is essential for success. It is great for self-improvement, connecting your brain, gaining experience from other people, improving understanding and boosting imagination & creativity. I get books either from the library or read them on my Kindle.

Books make perfect gifts. I’m sharing a collection of my favorite (inspirational) books of all times that you can benefit from and gift your friends and family as I highly recommend all of these. Our goal should be to complete two books every month. Let’s start reading.

All the following books have had an impact on my life.


Must-read book to improve writing skills: Everybody Writes by Anne Handley. Your go-to guide for writing ridiculously good content.


A beautifully designed and perfectly written book on minimalism & living a life free of distractions & clutter with real-life tips on how to lead a simple life: Less by Rachel Aust

A life-changing book on the happiness we can achieve in life when we say no to things that aren’t important in our lives. It’s about setting our priorities right. The Joy of Missing Out by Tonya Dalton.

A refreshing read on minimalism with great tips on how to live a simple yet joyful life: The Joy of Less by Francine Jay


If you have children up to 7 years old, you really NEED to read this book. It is really a MUST-HAVE. I’ve learned the MOST ABOUT PARENTING through this book. Especially when your child reaches 18 months or so and start to show tantrums, you need the tips from this book to be able to tacke them. It teaches you to be playful with kids, keep a good environment & relationship while getting your way. How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen: A Survival Guide to Life with Children Ages 2-7 By Joanna Faber & Julie King.

An absolutely delightful read on the journey of motherhood. I have been reading it late at night while I’ve been up with my newborn and some parts literally gave me goosebumps. It makes me appreciate motherhood so much more: This is motherhood by Jill Koziol & Liz Tenety

A must-read book on parenting techniques that can help you parent more peacefuly with less (fear, problems & things). Simple Happy Parenting by Denaye Barahona

I’ve learned a lot about parenting from this book. Wish I had read it before I had Nyra as I would implement what I learned sooner. Must-read for parents. Only con is that it is a bit long. Bringing Up Bebe by Pamela Druckerman.


Must-read book to understand how our phones are manipulating our brains and how to handle the pressures of technology: How to break up with your phone by Catherine Price

A phenomenal read on the impact and consequences of digital media on children and adults minds: Raising humans in a digital world by Diana Graber


A pleasant book on how to lead a happy life: The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

A life-changing book about stop stressing and start living a happier life: How to stop worrying and start living by Dale Carnegie


A great book on understanding love & building a strong relationship with your spouse: The 5 love languages

A very simple & easy book to read about tips to make your relationship last: How happy is your marriage by Sophie Keller.

A handy book with great relationship advice: The happy couple by Barton Goldsmith


Love this book as I’ve learned a lot from it. It helps us prioritize important habits and makes it easier for us to get rid of our bad habits. This is so important for a good balance in life. Atomic Habits by James Clear.

An extremely cute book on growing up, heartbreak and struggle: Am I There Yet?: The Loop-de-loop, Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood by Mari Andrew

A fascinating book about philosophy from a layman’s perspective: Sophie’s world by Jostein Gaarder

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A great book to learn all about WordPress websites: Create your Website using WordPress in a weekend by Alannah Moore 

Must-read book for internet marketing: Red hot internet publicity by Penny Sansevieri

A good book to learn Instagram: Instagram Power by Jason Miles


The following are some more book recommendations from me along with some audiobook links.

Favorite books for babies

Following are really cute books which I have been reading to my baby since she was born:

An extremely cute book about how cute babies are. we both loved our story times with this masterpiece: Baby love

This book is so cute that I literally read it out to her 30 times after renting it from the library. She absolutely loved listening to it. Great rhymes & illustrations: Sheep out to eat

This book is so cute that I literally read it out to her 30 times after renting it from the library. She absolutely loved listening to it. Great rhymes & illustrations: Sheep in a jeep

This book contains the cutest rhymes and tongue twisters which your baby will be fascinated with. Loved reading this out to her: Wiggly wiggly

This book is full of really cute illustrations and rhymes for their bedtime: Goodnight I love you

In this cute book, a mother shares the many ways she will love her baby. From days spent reading, singing and giggling to times spent snuggling and playing together. This book is about the precious moments of family life: The ways I will love you.

A good book to let your baby find and get fascinated by hidden characters: Each peach pear plum

This is an emotional book depicting our prayers for our babies. We wish them all the best in every aspect of their lives: I wish you more

This is a great book full of amazing illustrations of bedtime songs. Babies are really fascinated by the different tunes of these songs: Sing a song of bedtime

Spanning one full calendar year, this rhyming board book celebrates the deep love between parent and child: Love you more 

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