On My Nightstand: November Reading List

Hello Tuesday! How’s your week so far?  Mine…a bit nutty, but I’m pressing on.

I’m a bit of commitment-phobe when it comes to reading. Rarely will you find me reading one book, start to finish, EVER. I like to have a collection of books on my nightstand – all in various degrees of completion and pick my read based on my mood.

Currently in my rotation:

the someday project november reading list

Crystal Muse: Everyday Rituals to Tune In to the Real You
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know my love for crystals. I have them placed around my home, wear them on my body and carry them in my pocket or handbag daily. I choose each stone based on intuition, and what little (until now) I have been able to research about each stone’s healing properties. This guide to all things crystals, rituals and self-enrichment is the perfect next step for me to dive into this curiosity a bit more.

You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth
The follow-up to You Are a Badass, this is another go-get-em, kick a** read for anyone wanting to make more money. I love Jen Sincero’s part life coach, part cheerleader, part motivational guru, part comedian to tackle a topic that I usually shy away from.

the someday project november reading list

The Universe Has Your Back: Transform Fear to Faith
This one has been on my nightstand since July. Seriously, it’s so good, but also so intense that I keep re-reading the same chapters to make sure I’ve soaked in all the beauty before moving ahead. Gabby Bertnstein is my spirit animal, and I love her magical, inspirational, soul on fire writing every single time I pick this book back up.

the someday project november reading list
image via Elise Joy

Chasing Slow: Courage to Journey Off the Beaten Path
I’m re-reading this book for the second time. I love, love, love Erin Loechner’s witty, warm and inspiring writing + journey. It seems especially fitting as I prepare myself for stepping off the fast train for a bit and try to find a bit more balance in my life. While starting a business. Connecting with more humans.  And raising a six-year-old. Yeah. Sounds promising.

What’s on your nightstand?

xx, jill