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With 58 books under my belt in 2021 so far, I’m on my way to achieving my GoodReads goal of 120 for the year. If you caught instalments part 1 and part 2, you’ll notice there’s a pattern to what I read: chick-lit, minimalism books and business books. You’ll also notice that all the books I’ve read in 2021 part 3 are no different. I mean, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right?

 

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As you will see below, I’ve become a bit of a super-fan of Portia MacIntosh. She’s now in my fave rom-com authors group, alongside Lindsey Kelk and Paige Toon (now know as the Unholy Trinity a la Glee). There’s something so relatable about all of their protagonists, even when they’re being a bit of an idiot. Portia’s books were so easy to read; in fact, most only took a day or two to read! When I get into a book, I really get into it!

The 20% Rule – Catherine Gladwyn

If We Ever Meet Again – Portia MacIntosh

Bad Bridesmaid – Portia MacIntosh

Drive Me Crazy – Portia MacIntosh

Honeymoon for One – Portia MacIntosh

Stuck on You – Portia MacIntosh

 

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More decluttering books? What a surprise! I’m mostly reading them for research as I work on my secret project so I’m trying to gather as much reading as possible. Whilst many of them are similar, many of the ones I’ve read this month have had new approaches. Minimalism and decluttering are fairly big topics but it’s interesting to hear different peoples’ ideas on how to go about it all. 

30 Days to Financial Excellence – Inge Natalie Hol

One Way or Another – Portia MacIntosh

Take Your Shot – Robin Waite

Destination: Simple – Brooke McAlary

Organization: Declutter & Organize Your Home in 7 Days – Michelle Lindsay

Single All The Way – Portia MacIntosh

What’s Your Excuse for not Clearing Your Clutter? – Juliet Landau-Pope

Level-Up Goal Setting – Arrmon Abedikichi

 

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Most books I give three stars to are either regular information I can find anywhere online or because they’re just too short! I’m just glad most of them are Kindle Unlimited books because I’d be disappointed if I’d have paid for them!

The Power of Discipline – Daniel Waters

It’s Time to Get Your Money Flow On – Sarah Morgan

Welcome to the Beginning of Everything You Want – Sarah Morgan

Do More With Less – Chloe White

My Year With Marie Kondo – Dana L Jacobson

Minimalism: Less Things in Your Life to Live More Fully – Mary Gordon

Decluttering: A 15 Minute Guide – Sarah Smith

Digital Minimalism: A Practical Guide – Xavier Vega

Home Economics – Kate Singh

Minimalism: Be More with Less – Divya Toshniwal

 

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Possibly one of the most disappointing books I’ve read in a while. Whilst I was expecting a thirty days challenge, it was not thorough at all. Each day was about the same length as an Instagram caption should be, which is not long enough for a book at all!

The 30 Day Declutter Challenge – Rebecca Crespo

 

58 books in six months is a lot for me but I’ve really enjoyed reading daily again. Sure, I miss odd days but I’ve really tried to read daily and turn it into a habit. It’s much more of a fun habit than a chore habit though! If you enjoyed reading my post about all the books I’ve read in 2021 part 3, head over to my Instagram. I’ll be share much more about the books I read over on there!

 

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