Whether your new year's resolutions are off to an amazing start, or you've already put them in the resolution graveyard, that's ok... we go you covered!

No matter where you are in your self-improvement journey this year, remember to take time to celebrate you and your achievements, no matter how big or small they are. Here are some amazing books that teach you how to celebrate yourself...

Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness By Vex King

Kicking off this year and the list with good vibes is important and that's what Good Vibes, Good Life by Vex King is all about. In this book you'll learn how to change the way you view your day to day life for a better you. With tips about self-care and how to overcome negative energies, we're leaving no room for others' negativity to drag you down this year with this read.

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad OnesBy James Clear

Rome definitely wasn't built in a day ,so why should the best version of you be? It's not, but setting achievable weekly and daily goals then pulverizing them definitely is. Atomic Habits by James Clear is a wonderful read for a goal challenged individual who's ready to crush this year. Clear teaches readers how to create achievable "good" daily habits that may seem insignificant in the short term but help lead to success with bigger goals in the long run.

Working Hard, Hardly Working By Grace Beverley

Adulting is hard no matter your age. It often feels like a never ending cycle of work, bills, sleep and repeat with no end in sight. Especially for those who have only recently just become adults. Working Hard, Hardly Working by Grace Beverley is a great starter guide for new adults looking to take 2024 by the horns and rock out the year. This book will teach you ways to create a productivity method and routine that works for you so that this year you're not feeling so burnt out and remember to care for yourself.

Money Games — Debt Freedom: The Fun Way to Get Out of Debt and Reach Your Money Goals By Heidi Ifland Nash

In a time where money is tight for a lot of people and $100 in groceries doesn't go as far as it used to, saving money can feel difficult if not even impossible. You work hard for your money and deserve to spend it on yourself even if it's not often. The great thing about the Money Games activity book is that it's a fun way to set saving goals in a way that fits your budget all while keeping track of just how close you are to that treat your saving for.

Self-Care Habits for Busy Women by Tula Rhodes

Everyone has their good and bad days which is ok. What's important is how we bounce back. Self-Care Habits For Busy Women is perfect, not only for women, but for anyone who's experiencing burn out. For those who have forgotten to praise themselves and attend to their mental and physical health needs. In this book Rhodes teaches you to celebrate yourself again, but to also recalibrate your mind and body so that you can once again be the you that you want and need to be.

From Rocks to Locs by Anthony Cherry

A powerful and inspiring book that takes readers on a rollercoaster of emotions. From elation to sadness. On this spiritual journey you'll experience a range of feelings as you follow the story of the protagonist. You will admire humility, drive, tenacity, and belief in oneself being able to transmute hate and love. At the same time turn your pain to Power and never give up on God's plans. From Rocks To Locs will leave you with the power of feeling "Triumphant over Adversity".

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