Feast Your Eyes and Minds on These Reads. 

Here are a few reads I’ve been enjoying of late.

The Universe Listens to Brave by Rebecca Ray.¬†¬† This book is a great boost for anyone who is going through a bit of a transition at the¬†moment¬†(which is sort of all of¬†use¬†really).¬†Ideal for those who are about to leap into a new stage of life.¬†¬† ¬†I’ve been referring to this read over the last few months as I moved through the pandemic while juggling my sudden hearing loss, changes in work and the decision to close the bricks and mortar Mindful Living HQ.¬†¬†

The Artist‚Äôs Way by Julia Cameron¬†¬† ¬† We are currently nine weeks into this course of discovering and recovering our creative selves in¬†Sustainability¬†in Style‚Äôs Read Online Book Club. It‚Äôs the second time I‚Äôve undertaken this journey and I believe¬†this type of radical creative discovery is essential for¬†inspiring creative solutions¬†to our wicked sustainability problems.¬†¬† Those yearning to make big waves in the world but are feeling stuck or blocked¬†this could be a life-changing journey for you.¬†¬†  

Rise & Resist by Clare Press¬† ¬† If there was a book to read during these changeable times it would be Rise & Resist. This read is packed full of good news about people making real change in the world.¬†¬† This read is for those seeking inspiration for the new tomorrow that we are shaping following the COVID-19 global upheaval.¬†¬†  

Junkyard Planet¬†by¬†Adam Minter, Is a read from the Sustainability in Style post archives that is still a thought provoking look (despite some of the stats being a little outdated) at how we can rethink waste and see value in recycling. This read is a good one to get the cognitive gears cranking to remake our economic systems post COVID-19 crisis. You can read more about it here.¬†¬†  

What have you been reading?

Care to share below? 

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