I have a new type of goal this year… I want to read 50 non-fiction books in 2024.

Now ya’ll know me… I’m an absolute bookworm anyway. 📚 🐛 I usually read between 100-400 books a year anyway. You can check out all my best books lists from the last 12 years here.

I’ve been noticing in the last few years that I’ve been reading less non-fiction though – I’ve been in a real novel phase. Which is gorgeous and fun… but I’d love to add back in more of the nutrient-dense non-fiction as well.

So far this year I’ve already finished:

“What About Men” by @mscaitlinmoran. EVERYTHING this woman writes is 10/10 incredible I reckon, and this one is no exception. It will absolutely be one of my top books for the year already. This book gave me so much more understanding and compassion for how the patriarchy has damaged men. Gosh it’s a funny, touching, incredible read. Highly recommend!

“Intentional Profit” by @clare_wood_coach. A short, useful read about intentionally investing in your business to create more revenue and profits. So appreciated this one!

“Believe IT” by @jamiekernlima. This business memoir shares Jamie’s story about creating and selling a billion dollar company in 10 years. Absolutely fascinating!

“It Doesn’t Have To Be Crazy At Work” by @jasonfried. I found some really useful takeaways from this book about creating sane, productive, creative work environments. I love that they experiment to see what works for them in their company. (Also, I know they definitely borged their response to the Black Lives Matter movement. I hope they’ve improved it since then!)

“The Seven Principles For Making Marriage Work” by @gottmaninstitute. We’re about to hit our 23rd love anniversary, and this was a really useful tuneup on healthy relationship habits.

Would love to hear your recommendations for more non-fiction to read this year. I especially love books on business, money, creativity, parenting & self-development.

Can’t wait to see what I learn this year!

Big hugs,