By Charlotte Hope-Shannon
Not only is reading good for mental stimulation, but it’s also the perfect way to spark some creativity or personal development – something we all need now and again.
From the ultimate guide to skincare to a best-selling, faith driven book of advice, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this months book club!
Skincare by Caroline Hirons
Charlotte’s Pick – Fashion & Beauty Editor Contributor
An authoritative figure in the world of skincare, self-proclaimed ‘beauty industry veteran’, Caroline Hirons, has curated the ‘ultimate no-nonsense guide’ to skincare. A Sunday Times No.1 bestseller, this book has all you need to know about skincare, whether you’re a full-time enthusiast or a novice.
From simple tips to detailed advice on how to choose the right products for your skin type, through to Caroline’s signature phrases, this is the ultimate guide to helping you develop a sustained relationship with your skincare routine.
Kindle Version: Skincare
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay
Bibiana’s Pick – Beauty Editor Contributor
An internationally renowned leader in the self-help field, Louise L. Hay’s expertise in healing and mental wellbeing is expertly demonstrated in this best-selling book. Perfect for the start of a new year, Louise believes that everything in our lives, even illness, is caused by our internal thoughts and our individual way of thinking.
Filled with daily affirmations, exercises and life lessons, this book is the perfect guide in helping you create/ achieve the life that you want for yourself.
Kindle Version: You Can Heal Your Life
Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics by Tim Marshall
Tess’s Pick – Editor
Prisoners of Geography is a very timely book that describes the impact geography can have on international affairs, using ten maps of crucial regions around the globe. Written by award-winning journalist, Tim Marshall, a leading authority with more than 30 years of news reporting experience, this book is a New York Times and No.1 Sunday Times bestseller.
Kindle Edition: Prisoners of Geography
The Search For Significance by Robert McGee
Racheal’s Pick – Lifestyle Editor Contributor
As a best-selling book, The Search for Significance, has helped millions of readers learn how to be free to enjoy Christ’s love while no longer basing their self-worth on their accomplishments or the opinions of others.
From perfectionism to self-criticism, McGee highlights common issues that cause unhealthy self-perceptions and combats them with practical, relatable and faith-driven advice.
Kindle Edition: The Search For Significance
The Secret Life Of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd
Miko’s Pick – Lifestyle Editor Contributor
The Secret Life of Bees is a multi-million-copy bestselling novel about a young girl’s journey towards healing and the transforming power of love. Lily has grown up believing she accidentally killed her mother when she was four years old. Now, at fourteen, she yearns for forgiveness and a mother’s love.
When racial tensions rise, she finds sanctuary in the home of three beekeeping sisters and starts a journey as much about her understanding of the world as about the mystery surrounding her mother.
Kindle Edition: The Secret Life Of Bees
We hope you are inspired by our editor’s picks for February! Whether it’s a guide to wellbeing or global politics book, reading is the perfect pick-me-up! We hope this month’s recommendations will inspire you to try something new and join our book club community here!
For more book inspiration check out our latest articles on reading from January Book Club: Starting Off The New Year With A New Perspective to Book Club: Celebrating National Author’s Day With our KeiSei Editors. Or check out our new Conscious Edit for monthly fashion, beauty & lifestyle inspiration!
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