Does return-to-work remind you of your back-to-school days? When your time outdoors would come to an end, and you’d be expected to return to the classroom. Sigh! We hear you.
Although remote working was in no way like going on a vactation, it turned out to be a welcome break from the early morning alarms and exhausting comute to the office. We were getting used to the comfy loungewear, morning meetings from the balcony, and marveling at the money saved from eating lunch from our kitchen.
Now, as offices start rolling out the return-to-work plans, you’ll be forced to go back to the grind. But hey, we’ve got you. Check out these fantastic self-help books to get you back into the grove, and bonus, some fast-paced fiction that will help take your mind off things when you need a break. Here’s your unbeatable back-to-work reading list.
Surviving Remote Work by Sharon Koifman
We know what you’re thinking; the book looks like a guide to help with remote work. But it’s more than that. “Surviving Remote Work” by Sharon Koifman is a handbook for anyone who wants to improve the various aspects of work, performance, and management skills. If you find yourself struggling to maintain a healthy work-life balance and could do with some tips to thrive in your area of interest, then you’re going to love reading this book.
“Surviving Remote Work” is a self-help management resource like no other. Sharon makes it an easy-to-follow, engaging read with real-life examples to grasp the concepts better. Get your copy now.
A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness by Steven Joseph
Is your company’s unexpected return-to-work plans are making you lose your mind? We’ve got just the book for you. “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness” by Steven Joseph helps you embrace your emotions and manage your crankiness as you head back to work. You’ll find effective methods to deal with your feelings, and everyone else’s around you. To grease your communication skills, spread happiness among your family and friends, you’ve got to hear what the crankiness expert has to say. Yes, you’ll see why they call Steven, an expert in this department.
Steven uses humor to keep things light, making “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness” a delightful read. The book is now available in Kindle, Audiobook, and Hardcover. Order your copy on Amazon today.
Our African Unconscious by Edward Bruce Bynum
If you enjoy learning about spirituality and psychology, you’re going to love this one. “Our African Unconscious” by Edward Bruce Bynum reveals how spirituality and our collective human unconscious originated in Africa. Edward discusses archaeology, DNA research, history, and depth psychology to unravel the biological and spiritual roots of religion and science that came out of Africa. Fascinating right?
If you’re just as intrigued as we are to explore, examine, and experience “Our African Unconscious,” pre-order your copy today.
Moonlighting: An Oral History by Scott Ryan
If you’re like us, you too have enjoyed binge-watching new and iconic shows in the lockdown. And if you wondered what makes a television show one of the greatest shows in television history, you’re about to find out. TV historian, author, and publisher Scott Ryan’s latest book “Moonlighting: An Oral History” takes you on a journey of a lifetime. Scott traveled to the four corners of the world to interview over twenty crew members. The result, a gorgeous compilation of golden memories, best-kept secrets, photographs, and more.
Learn all about Moonlighting, the iconic TV series that introduced Bruce Willis to the world. Order your copy of “Moonlighting: An Oral History” now.
Always A Princess by Clyve Rose
No matter how busy we are, we always have time for a good steamy romance novel. Agreed? “Always A Princess” by Clyve Rose is a historical romance novel you’ll fall in love with instantly. It’s similar to how the Romany Princess Syeira Brishen meets and falls in love with English Warwick Captian “Wil” Clifton. But the Princess must fulfill her family duties and honor her heritage. Find out if the flame of their love stands the test of time and fury.
If you ask us, their story deserves a happy ending. Get your copy of “Always A Princess” today.
Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner by Gerald Everett Jones
The beauty of a novel is when the story comes alive and engulfs you into the story. “Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner” by award-winning author Gerald Everett Jones is one such novel. Before you know it, you’ll be East Africa by the side of an LA-based widower who has no idea about how his life is going to take a turn for the better. You will no longer be a passive observer and start questioning your role in the world and moral standing.
Entertaining and insightful, this book is going to charm you, inspire you, and leave you with a lot to think about. Grab your copy of the soon-to-be-favorite book, “Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner,” today.
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