This morning (in the shower, where many great ideas happen) I was thinking about which books I wanted to re-read in 2015 … and realized many of these were the same books I wanted to re-read last year. This post originally ran on January 12, 2014, but who knows: maybe I’ll want to re-read these in 2016, too. Happy reading!
My to-read list for 2015 is lengthy. Not only did you all blow it up with new titles when we all shared our favorites, but I want to re-read books that have made a significant impact me on the past. Here’s my to re-read list for the coming year.
The previous seven books have been on my to-read list for months. I just added this one to the list last week, because so many of you asked if I had read it after I posted about forgetting about results. I read it at the pool last summer (which is high praise, for a business book) but you reminded me I should read it again. More info →
I've been meaning to re-read this one since I made my 2013 goals last year. Rubin reminds me it's worth making the effort to do the little things--especially in my home—because they really do make a difference.
When you're reading a book, do you ever feel like if you could really understand it, it would change everything? That's how I feel about Dallas Willard. (Willard's words are so dense it takes me four times longer than usual to get through one page.) Add Audible narration for $3.99.
Also a book that will change your life, and a pleasure to read. (Don't make the mistake of thinking it will be boring, like I did!) I'd like to read it again to catch the things I missed on the first pass. More info →
This best-book-you've-never-heard-of outlines why good relationships work, and where weak relationships fall apart. (It's not always what you expect.) This is one of those books I want to re-read every once in a while to keep the topic top-of-mind. More info →
I keep pulling this one out for the recipes (bacon-wrapped dates, magical white bean soup), and every time I do I want to start reading again. At least 30% of you (including me) chose this as one of your 2013 favorites, so you know it's good. More info →
I knew while I was reading this one the first time that I'd want to revisit it, sooner rather than later. If you've never read anything by Brené Brown, please do--and start here. It will change your life. More info →
Saying you want to re-read a book is a pretty serious recommendation. What books do YOU want to re-read in 2015?