Books to Help You Grow

Well researched and written, these books connect deeply with readers

Article by Christopher J. Jarmick, BookTree Owner/Manager

Originally published in Kirkland Lifestyle

The Psychology of Money, Morgan Housel

One of the best books on managing personal finances - I wish I had this before I was 40! With a focus on behavior, it uses stories to teach lessons about money.

Atomic Habits, James Clear

It's important to recognize good and bad habits and develop the good. Short chapters full of practical advice you can implement and use right away.  

The Body Keeps the Score, Bessel van der Kolk

Well-written book about how trauma, depression and anxiety, and bad relationships create physical problems and what you can do to improve your mental and physical health.

Becoming a Supple Leopard, Kelly Starrett and Glen Cordoza  

A big book with roots in cross fitness, it covers in-depth how we are designed to move. Easy to read and understand information, but be patient as it's nearly 500 pages.

Ultra-Processed People, Chris van Tulleken

One of the scariest, most honest books about what we are really eating!  It contains new research about food that’s clear and digestible. Highly recommended!

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