Nonfiction November 2020 is here! Learn the books (I think) were my favorites in 2020. At least we still had books…!
Nonfiction November 2020 is on! Join your favorite book bloggers for another year of our picks for nonfiction and this year’s new Instagram photo challenge prompts!
How to They/Them is an easy visual learning guide to accompany us on the journey to accepting others as they truly are. The more tools the better!” “Utterly cute and tremendously useful. A remarkably valuable, versatile, and accessible source of education on gender identity.
Dr. Tomasulo has written a compassionate and practical guide on how to develop hope. If you didn’t develop these skills in childhood (who did?) this is the book you need!
How do you bother after heartbreak, after creative and career defeats, after loss, after sidelining your dreams to pay off debt, raise kids, or take care of aging parents?
How do you keep going when you’ve always done the right thing, but never your thing?
In this accessible and practical book, Ozan Varol reveals nine simple strategies from rocket science that you can use to make your own giant leaps in work and life—whether it’s landing your dream job, accelerating your business, learning a new skill, or creating the next breakthrough product.
Based on the principles of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Be Mighty takes readers on an entertaining and empowering journey toward a deeper understanding of the patterns that are keeping them stuck.
Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies is the story of Tara’s path to re-parenting herself and becoming a “ninja of self-love.”
The Middle Finger Project is a point-by-point primer on how to get unstuck, slay imposter syndrome, trust in your own worth and ability, and become a strong, capable, wonderful, weird, brilliant, ballsy, unfuckwithable YOU.
You matter. Not because of what you earn or how you look or what you’ve achieved, but because you are inherently valuable. Author Matthew Emerzian takes this seemingly simple premise and shows readers how truly understanding their own worth will change every aspect of their lives. You Matter is a call to empathy and a joyous celebration of the value of each and every person.
In Why We Can’t Sleep, Calhoun opens up the cultural and political contexts of Gen X’s predicament and offers solutions for how to pull oneself out of the abyss—and keep the next generation of women from falling in.
In The Self-Help Compulsion, Beth Blum reveals the profound entanglement of modern literature and commercial advice from the late nineteenth century to the present day.
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