Bookstr’s Top 3 Wellness Books Of 2020

Herein are my top three recommendations for wellness books published in 2020 that can help you be a better you before the next year! 

What a year 2020 has been! A global pandemic has made it even more important for you to get in touch with your wellness – both physically and mental health wise. With extended lockdowns and quarantine, it’s easy to get disconnected from yourself emotionally. But, books have a way of shifting your perspective for the better. Herein are my top three recommendations for wellness books published in 2020 that can help you to be a better you before the next year!


buy yourself the f*cking lilies, by tara schuster


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As a person with high-functioning depression, it constantly feels like I’m faking it. And just because someone has it together on the outside, it doesn’t mean that they have it together on the inside. Tara gets this completely. This book was like seeing my thoughts in written words. And Tara, the self-described ninja of self-love, is here to help you fix your life with this gem of a book.


Ask a Philosopher: Answers to Your Most Important and Most Unexpected Questions by Ian Olasov


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Since the beginning of the year, we’ve faced a number of questions with no sight of answers, and that’s why I turned to Philosophy. From understanding what happiness means to determining the meaning of life, this book covers it all! It helps you to uncover answers for all the big and small questions of your life. It’s a must-read for any philosophy-nerd.


Becoming Better Grownups: Rediscovering What Matters and Remembering How to Fly by Brad Montague


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Who doesn’t want to become a better grown-up? While schools and colleges are for formal education, they don’t teach you how to be a proper grown-up. It’s important to rediscover what it means to be an adult. In this humorous yet informative book, Montague weaves together lessons of success, failure, gratitude, love, resilience, happiness and more, and will help you to be an even better adult.

Given that we are in the last month of the year, if there are only a couple of books that you can read now, these three should be on the top of your list! Which wellness books would you recommend to others? Tell us in the comments below!


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