Self-Help Books for the New Year
Are you looking for a little extra motivation to start the year? One Museum Square has gathered a list of self-help books to help you achieve your New Year’s goals going into 2022.
Ani Trime’s Little Book of Affirmations:
Ani Trime’s Little Book of Affirmations is filled with 52 illustrated practices for a peaceful and open mind heading into the new year. Trime believes that anyone could learn to loosen the grip of negative thoughts by cultivating more healing, leading with an open heart, and helpful way’s of smooth thinking. Start your morning at One Museum Square luxury apartments near Miracle Mile by reading a daily affirmation to begin the day right.
You Are Here: Discovering the Magic of the Present Moment
Begin anew in your luxury apartment in Los Angeles by reading You are Here. Cut through the busyness and stress of our daily lives by discovering the simple happiness of living in the present moment. In this book, Thich Nhat Hanh, a Zen monk, and meditation master expresses the essence of Buddhist thought and practices.
Grab your coffee and head up to One Museum Square’s rooftop pool to learn the power of mindfulness to transform our lives.
How to Change:
If you are dreaming of a “New You,” start here. Before you doze off in your luxury apartment on Miracle Mile, read through Award-winning Wharton Professor Kate Milkman’s self-help book.
Through Kate Milkman’s research, she shares strategic methods for identifying and overcoming common barriers to change, such as impulsivity, procrastination, and forgetfulness. A page-turner worth having on your bedside table in your One Museum Square apartment for the new year.
5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life:
As we ring in the New Year at One Museum Square, we set new self-improvement goals, which is one self-help book worth buying. Do you start your morning early in your brand new apartment in Los Angeles? In the 5 AM Club, Robin Sharma shares his original insights and the tools he has developed by working with the most successful people on the planet.
Believe it or not, winning starts at the beginning of the day. Throughout the self-help book, Sharma enlightens the reader on how to reduce stress, improve focus, unleash creativity, achieve productivity and restore balance. Ultimately, this sounds like a book we all need to elevate our life in the new year.
The People We Keep
As they say, sometimes it is good to say out with the old and in with the new. The new novel by Allison Larkin will have you feeling brand new in your luxury apartment. For the new year, a charming self-help book is about great empathy, connections, coming of age, built families, and self-acceptance.
This lyrical, luminous tale is both a profound love letter to create resilience and a reminder that sometimes even tragedy can be a kind of blessing. The People We Keep is a great story to pass on to a neighbor or simply read yourself.
Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness
As we move into 2022, be the best version of you that YOU can be. Time to get cozy on your couch in your luxury apartment to begin Good Vibes, Good Life self-help book that’s a page-turner. Instagram guru, Vex Hing, inspires readers to practice self-care, cultivate positive lifestyle habits, and change their beliefs. He does this to show them how to invite great opportunities into their life, manifest their goals, overcome fears, and find their higher purpose.
Now, this is a book everyone needs to read. Throughout the book, Vex will show our residents how to change the way they think, feel, speak, and act. You can find this perfect self-help book for the new year on Amazon or your Kindle.
A novel by Alli Worthington is a true eye-opener and a great read. Relax in our cabanas with a fresh juice and your self-help book in hand. Do you feel consumed by too many responsibilities or obligations and overall feel stuck? Alli’s story and tips will give you a new perspective and direction going into the new year.
Breaking Busy blends popular research and solid principles, instilling confidence that you can move from crazy busy to confident calm. With relatable anecdotes, Alli gives real-life guidance on boundaries, relationships, and self-care. She does this by examining her own mistakes and explaining how she found peace in such a busy world. This is a book well-worth reading. Enjoy!
As we approach the new year, try to make small incremental changes throughout the year. This is where self-help books come in handy.
One Museum Square’s guide to self-help books for 2022 can help you as you seek to change your day-to-day life. Do this while having the freedom to make those changes at your own pace. If you are ready to begin anew, read six self-help books in your brand new apartment in Miracle Mile.