Books I dip into regularly

I love books and turn to them on a daily basis for either relaxation, information, inspiration, or wisdom.

Here are a few of my regulars:

The Mindful Woman, by Sue Patton Thoele

Plan B. Further thoughts on faith, by Ann Lamott

This piece of earth, by Harvey McQueen

Shift happens, by Robert Holden

Simple Abundance, by Sarah Ban Breathnach.

And I have two new books that I am dipping into for the first time:

A cup of sunshine, by Juliet Batten

Growing into wisdom, by Juliet Batten

Do you have books that you regularly dip into? I’d love to know about your favourites.

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6 thoughts on “Books I dip into regularly

  1. realruth

    I’m also very fond of ‘Simple Abundance’ by Sarah Ban Breathnach. I change the dates by six months so that they fit our southern hemisphere seasons.

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    1. ordinarygoodness Post author

      Yes it is a matter of switching hemispheres isn’t it Ruth and adjusting such celebrations such as Christmas and Easter to suit our seasons.

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  2. Juliet batten

    Thank you for putting me on your list, Lynley, and for some new titles to check out over winter. It’s a good season for curling up with a book, that’s for sure. For some weeks I was dipping into the Tao Te Ching, one page each night. You’ve reminded me to go back to it. I’m enjoying Wayne Dyer’s version, which selects the best translations.

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    1. ordinarygoodness Post author

      Thanks Juliet. I will seek out the Wayne Dyer book. Sometimes a little at a time is good measure:-)

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