Welcome to Books & Coffee, friends! love beauty thrive’s monthly book feature series. We’re so excited to read with you this month . . .
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It’s the 7th edition of Book & Coffee, love beauty thrive’s monthly book feature series. It’s goal is to connect with one another “in the experience of impactful storytelling, personal growth and meaningful conversation, one book (and perfect cup of coffee) at a time.”
Last month, we featured The Paper Palace: A Novel by Miranda Cowley Heller (a Reese’s Book Club pick). Did you read with us? In case you missed it, we shared all about our latest pick (plus everything you need to know about our newly updated Books & Coffee series) in this blog post.
This month, we’ve switched to non-fiction. It’s March, and we’re busy revisiting our resolutions and checking in on our goals, inspired to keep creating positive life change. A non-fiction title on personal growth and creativity (another recommendation from Reese) seems perfect! Can you guess it?
And oh, how are you doing with your reading goals for the year? One of the best paths to personal growth, development and self improvement is to read. We shared all about how to set reading goals (and our inspirational 2022 book list) in this blog post.
Before we get to it, remember . . . each month’s Books & Coffee (announcing that month’s book feature) will be posted around the beginning of the month. Check back in April for our next selection!
Here’s what we’re reading this month (drum roll, please) . . .
FIND YOUR UNICORN SPACE
Find Your Unicorn Space: Reclaim Your Creative Life In A Too-Busy World, by Eve Rodsky.
“If you are looking for inspiration to get the most out of your life, this is a must read.”
~ Reese Witherspoon
Rodsky, E. (2021). Find Your Unicorn Space: Reclaim Your Creative Life In A Too-Busy World.
New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons.
What’s Find Your Unicorn Space About?
Creativity redefined as Unicorn Space: The active and open pursuit of self expression in any form, and which requires value-based curiosity and purposeful sharing of this pursuit with the world. Like the mythical equine that inspired the name, it doesn’t exist until you give yourself permission to reclaim, discover, and nurture the natural gifts and interests that make you, you.Find Your Unicorn Space (2021).
ON THE CHARTS
Find Your Unicorn Space is written by New York Times bestselling author Eve Rodsky. Rodsky’s Fair Play : A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much fo Do (and More Life to Live) (a Reese’s Book Club pick) is an acclaimed New York Times bestseller. Here’s what Reese had to say about Rodsky’s latest release, Find Your Unicorn Space . . .
We’re all for any book recommendation from Reese. And, let’s be honest, for any new title on setting personal goals, reclaiming yourself, and rediscovering creative passions. Find Your Unicorn Space meets all the criteria. It’s a perfect read for March, when we’re revisiting and checking in on our resolutions for the year.
Did you read Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear? It was the last book we read on creativity. It was loved so much that it was re-read several times over the years. And, it’s one of the reasons we were so excited for Find Your Unicorn Space to reignite our creative pursuits.
Read with us! Are you ready to go between the covers with a book you can’t put down? Get your copy of Find Your Unicorn Space by Eve Rodsky on Amazon (and pair it with a hot coffee for best results)!
Find Your Unicorn Space is the 7th edition of Books & Coffee (check back the first week of April for our next pick)! If you need more, you can read Books & Coffee No. 6, The Paper Palace, Books & Coffee No. 5, Educated, Books & Coffee No. 4, Atomic Habits (an life-changing read), Books & Coffee No. 3, Untamed, Books & Coffee No. 2, Finding Freedom and Books & Coffee No. 1, Becoming in the archives.
QUARTERLY BOOK REVIEW
After reading Find Your Unicorn Space, join us here again soon for a quarterly book review of the books we’ve read together that season. You’ll get a review, a rating, and the chance to join the conversation and offer your thoughts on each of the books too. We can’t wait to hear what you think!
Find Your Unicorn Space is the second book to be included in our upcoming book review (the first book review of 2022) along with The Paper Palace: A Novel by Miranda Cowley Heller. Stay tuned next month for love beauty thrive’s next pick for Books & Coffee (to be included in this quarter’s book review too).
Books & Coffee, what’s next? The next monthly edition of our book feature series will be posted the first week of April. Check back soon on the blog for the latest pick and to read along with us! You might also just find our first quarterly book review of the year on the blog next month too.
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