A book about accepting who you are and how you can define a happier you.
I’m anxious to check this book out because it couldn’t hurt to accept and appreciate myself as I am a little more. This book promises to help me turn my negative thoughts and perceptions about myself into positive ones. Sometimes inner change means discovering new ways to think about ourselves and, by doing that, we can improve our outer selves as well. This book is full of ideas about how to do that.
If it’s free, it’s worth checking out, right?
Healthy eating for children
by: Mandy Francis
The 7 year old I babysit is an extremely picky eater and his parents and I are running out of fun snack ideas. Peanut products are not allowed so that rules a lot out.
I’m checking this book out because it might give me some creative ideas about what might be fun to try as far as new foods and school snacks. Maybe, I’ll even snag a few great dinner ideas to pass along to you!
by: Dr. Sabina Dosani
This is a book offering different strategies for raising pre teens.
The reason I want to read this one is because I remember how hard it was when I was going through this transition and because of my 13 year old niece. She’s very mature for her age, but I know that the next few years are going to be difficult for her and I’m hoping this book will give me some insight into how I’ll be able to help her through this stage of her development.
How To Lose Belly Fat
by: Elizabeth Brown
A short book about getting in shape, trimming some pounds, and my favorite: ‘alternatives to weight training’.
I chose to download this one, out of ALL the other weight loss books I saw, not only because it is FREE, but because it has a chapter about how you don’t have to lift weights and I’m big on that. Lifting weights has always bothered me and I fear of doing the wrong exercises and getting ‘buff’. Come on slimmer me!
This book features tips and tricks to turn your every day routine into a workout.
Re-energise your Relationship
by: Dr. Sabine Dosani, Peter Cross
A book providing ideas and strategies for keeping the passion alive.
I Forgive You
by: Eric M. Watterson
A book about forgiving and why we should always forgive.
This book talking about our beliefs, the way we were brought up, things to consider, and steps we can take to forgive people that didn’t mean to hurt you, meant to hurt you, and people that just don’t care.
When I saw this book, I jumped at the chance to read it. I am still trying to heal from a tragedy that happened in 2007 and again in 2009. I don’t want to spend the rest of my life with hate in my heart, but it is so hard to forgive those who could care less about you. They intended on hurting me, and it worked, I’m still suffering. But I’m hoping this book will help me move on. After all, forgiveness frees up the heart.
by: Varant Majarian
This book is about how to dissolve guilt.
This book will assist me on moving forward with my life. It’s normal for people to feel guilty and take responsibility for things they had nothing to do with or can’t help. I feel guilty about not trying as hard as I could, not eating right, and when people die, the guilt gets worse. I should have spent more time with that person.. and so on.. I’m hoping this 3 page book (LOL) will give me some insight and help me to not stress so much about it. No, but seriously, every little bit helps right?
by: Eckard Kok
A book about improving your skill at dealing with stress as well as eliminating as much stress as possible from your life.
Stress can cause illness, weight gain, exhaustion, and so much more. If I’m trying to be a better person and help others, I’m taking on more responsibility, it’s easy to get stressed out, but this book is going to give me some pointers on how to relax more and go with the flow.
There are many books like these and in other categories as well on Amazon’s Kindle list for free. Go check it out for yourself and have some fun. Free Kindle Books.