Top 5 Books to Start the Year Off Right

Want to get off to a good start in 2023? Below is our list of the top 5 books to start the year off strong!

1.) The Bible in 52 Weeks by Dr. Kimberly D. Moore

"The Bible in 52 Weeks" is a study program that guides readers through the entire Bible in one year. It is divided into 52 weekly sections, with each week focused on a specific book or group of books in the Bible. The program is designed to help readers understand the overarching themes and key messages of the Bible, and to apply its teachings to their lives. Dr. Kimberly D. Moore is a theologian and biblical scholar who has written and taught on the Bible and its themes.

2.) A Year of Zen by Bonnie Myotai Treace

"A Year of Zen" is a book that provides daily readings and reflections for a year-long journey through the teachings of Zen Buddhism. The book is written by Bonnie Myotai Treace, a Zen Buddhist teacher and abbess of the Zen Center of New York City. Each day's reading includes a brief passage from a Zen text, followed by Treace's commentary and reflection on the passage. The book is intended to help readers deepen their understanding of Zen Buddhism and to incorporate its teachings into their daily lives.

3.) A Year of Us: A Couples Journal: One Question a Day to Spark Fun and Meaningful Conversations by Alicia Muñoz

"A Year of Us: A Couples Journal" is a book that provides a set of 365 questions designed to spark fun and meaningful conversations between couples. The questions cover a wide range of topics, including relationships, personal growth, and values, and are designed to help couples get to know each other better and deepen their connection. Each day's question is accompanied by space for writing down the couple's answers and reflections. The book is written by Alicia Muñoz, a relationship coach and therapist. It is intended to be used as a daily journal, with couples setting aside time each day to answer the question and discuss their responses.

4.) Burn After Writing (Celestial) by Sharon Jones

"Burn After Writing Celestial" is a journal that combines prompts and space for writing with astrological and celestial themes. The journal is written by Sharon Jones, a graphic designer and writer. It includes prompts based on astrological concepts, such as planets and signs of the zodiac, as well as space for writing down thoughts and reflections. The journal is intended to be a tool for self-exploration and personal growth, and is designed to help users tap into the energies of the celestial world to gain insight and direction in their lives.

5.) Get Untamed: The Journal by Glennon Doyle

"Get Untamed: The Journal" is a journal that provides prompts and exercises to help readers let go of their need to please others and start living authentically. The journal is based on the principles and ideas presented in the book "Untamed" by Glennon Doyle, a bestselling author and public speaker. The journal includes a range of prompts and exercises designed to help readers explore their own values and desires, and to cultivate the courage and confidence to live according to their own truth. It is intended to be a tool for personal growth and self-discovery, and is designed to help readers break free from the expectations and pressures of society and live a life that is true to themselves.