These personal development books apply business techniques to personal matters like managing wealth, getting dressed and feeding your friends.
When you’re busy, taking care of your home takes too much time and energy, leaving you tired and discontented at the end of the day. Minimally Viable Housekeeping translates business effectiveness and efficiency techniques for the home. So you can spend more time doing the things that make life worth living.
Advice on managing wealth usually means sacrificing things that make life worthwhile. Holistic Personal Finance shows you how to manage your money according to the life you want. You can enjoy lattes, lunches with friends, and a prosperous tomorrow.
Buying clothes seems easy, but getting matching ones that fit you and your lifestyle and share washing instructions is more difficult. Build Your Signature Wardrobe shares a plan for buying the right clothes at the right price for the right life. So you always have something to wear that makes you look and feel confident.
Cooking for friends and family can be as terrifying as organising an international peace summit. Stress Free Dinner Parties offers a simple step-by-step plan for getting it all done. So you can relax and enjoy the party too.
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Penniless orphan Lucy Worthington inherits the Lake House but not the money to keep it. She’s heard there’s treasure buried on the property and must find it before the treasure hunters do. Luckily, she has the ghost of the “Tin Man” to help her, but he can’t help her when her life comes under threat.
You live in a world of instant gratification. yet are constantly frustrated by events beyond your control. We can send a man to the moon, but we can’t get reliable electricity. Take a step back and look at the everyday difficulties of life during the Great Depression; slow down and appreciate what you have.