Cozy Reads - Top Book Recommendations for a Cozy Winter

Cozy Reads - Top Book Recommendations for a Cozy Winter

Posted by Ciera Belyea on

Top Book Recommendations for A Cozy Winter -
Is the weather outside less than desirable?
Is your Cozy Earth Bedding calling your name?
Make an excuse to stay in tonight, and cuddle up with a good book.
Below are some of my favorites.

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

Read this in the morning, read this at night, listen to it in the car, and recommend it to all of your friends immediately - this book is a game changer.
Recognizing how to become more mindful, self aware, and improving your mental health are all taught in this easy to read, personable story.
Check it out, now!


Educated by Tara Westover

Our girl, Oprah, compared this Memoir to The Glass Castle.
Named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times,
this one cuts to the heart,
and left me snuggled up, ignoring all phone calls, for days.
If non-fiction, history, and good storytelling is your thing, look no further.
One of the best books on my shelf, honestly!


My Dad Used To Be So Cool by Keith Negley

I’ve got a confession… I’m completely obsessed with a good picture book.
The simple story, the life messages,
and don’t even get me started on the design and illustrations.
This best seller is all three,
plus is such a great conversation piece sitting on a bookshelf.
Order it today, gift to a niece or nephew tomorrow.

Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon

Looking for an easy read, full of inspiration?
Steal Like an Artist makes you look at your career, your hobbies,
and your inspiration in a whole new light.
In this short novel, you’ll learn more how to embrace who you really are,
and search for positivity in all aspects of your life.
Back in college, this was actually a required book for all art history design majors!

Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2019

Looking to continue that New Year’s Resolution inspiration throughout the year? Lonely Planet books are some of my favorites. The feeling of butterflies in my stomach as I prepare a good trip or vacation - is what I live for.
Researching where to go, when, how, and why -
leaves me excited and anticipating the months to come.
Read this from cover to cover,
and then offer to a friend to get some good conversations going.
I consider these books works of art, and collect them year after year.

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