Books for Balance

What a gift we have to learn from others. So much can be said about work-life balance. To help you navigate this wonderfully full landscape, please enjoy a list of a few books we love for balance.

Essentialism by Greg McKeown, seeks to streamline our lives and cut through unnecessary information we are bombarded with daily. McKeown outlines a list of questions to determine what is essential and what can be deferred. Using this outline opens up free time and allows for time to be spent on what we want instead of what we have to do. 

Present Over Perfect by Shauna Niequist, focuses on being present in our day-to-day lives instead of striving for perfection. Niequist wants readers to stop burnout at the source and redefine productivity and necessity in their lives. In place of perfection, readers will find joy in finding fulfillment and realistic life experiences. 

The 4-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss, interrogates our 9-to-5 schedule and encourages readers to stop pushing off their lives for retirement. If you have felt trapped in a dead-end job or crippled by financial stress, The 4-Hour Work Week needs to be at the top of your book list. With tips on automating simple tasks and producing quality work in a short amount of time, Ferriss’ novel will revolutionize the way you view your work-life balance.

Thrive by Ariana Huffington, provides a personal perspective on the dangers of defining success solely by money and power. Huffington advocates for mindfulness and overall well-being, offering insight to the importance of relationships, physical health, and personal growth.

These are just a few of many books available to help create balance in our lives. If you would like to become more centered, increase productivity, focus on growth, or learn to cut through unnecessary tasks, start with one of the above titles and let us know what you think. 

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