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16 Interesting Non-Fiction Books To Read This Christmas 2018

Whether you’re looking for an interesting non-fiction book to give as a Christmas gift, or one to read yourself, these are the 16 non-fiction books you should get this Christmas.

#1 Plugging In…: Connecting To Your Universal Gifts

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It is a book that can help you life your spirits FAST, and when you lift your spirits it’s contagious and all the people around have a positive shift in there spirits too….The book is called Plugging In, Connecting To Your Universal Gifts…and it’s the perfect gift to read during the holidays when life gets so hectic! 

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Contributor: Jeanne Provost from Living Well Life Coaching

  1. This is a great book for anyone that wants to have more mastery of their life. This book clearly and simply explains how to follow the universal laws to create the life of your dreams!

#2 Mentor: The Kid & The CEO by Tom Pace

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Mentor: The Kid & The CEO is a fascinating true story about a young man who can't seem to do anything right in his life. While sitting in the county jail, a mentor gives him a book to read. From that point on, he begins a journey of finding a new way of life and achieving significance. The story itself is gripping and makes for an easy read. The book also has tons of life lessons to teach the reader. 

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Contributor: Marc Gooch from World Book Bank

#3 Finding Our She-Compass by Helen Owens

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Written from a memoir perspective, “Finding Our She-Compass” uses a perfectly measured combination of grace, humor, comedy, wit, and true compassion. It’s words of wisdom— written by a woman whose own life challenges taught her to crest rogue waves and swim boldly to shore—leave us all feeling empowered, confident, and renewed. It’s inspiring words make it a great relaxing read. Most importantly, it allows readers to reflect on how they can be better to themselves and others.

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Contributor: Helen Owens from The She-Compass Show

 

#4 Force of Habit: Unleash Your Power By Developing Great Habits

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Force of Habit focuses on the science of making good habits. The book helps the reader go through their daily life, the choices they make, both big and small, all of which affects one’s future. 

This book helps the read lock in on good habits that helps the individual achieve their goals that once seemed out of reach. The book is broken up into sections focuses motivation, stress, the idea of healthy, and understanding the individual’s relationship with ‘happiness.’ 

After reading the book, the reader knows how they can change their life for the better.

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Contributor: Tamisn Astor from Mango Publishing

#5 The Magic of Crystals and Gems By Cerridwen Greenleaf

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This book helps the individual unlock the supernatural power found in crystals and gems. Whether the reader is practicing practical magic or simply wants to know about crystals and gems, this is the book for them. The Magic of Crystals and Gems explores the hundreds of secrets of semi-precious stones and gems have long been known for their magic as well as their beauty. 

Readers learn everything there is to know about the powers of crystals from birthstone magic to gem divination to jewelry spells. This is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening book that will appeal to everyone who's ever worn a birthstone, kissed the ring of a lover for luck, or bought a crystal for good energy. The book is also filled with how-to’s of how crystal balls work, scrying with obsidian, crystal astrology, divination, healing, psychism and connections between the stars in the sky and gems of the earth. 

This one-of-a-kind work on the power of crystals belongs on the bookshelf of everyone interested in the magical gifts of Mother Nature. 

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Contributor: Cerridwen Greenleaf from Mango Publishing

#6 Badass Affirmations: The Wit and Wisdom of Wild Women

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We all need reminders now and then. All of us have a lot of demands, pressures, to-do’s and responsibilities so we find ourselves rushing around, working hard to please others. Positive living and affirmation queen Becca Anderson is here to remind you that you are pretty darn great. 

This book is filled with amazing quotes from equally amazing women about being proud of who you are and not taking shit from anyone. This book reminds you to affirm yourself every day, and to remind you that you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. 

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Contributor: Becca Anderson from Mango Publishing

#7 Facing Down Empty Nest Syndrome by Cynthia MacGregor

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If the prospect of your last child leaving for college or moving out of the family home to get on with his or her life feels like it would be the end of yours, this book is for you. You've lived and breathed for your children for decades, and suddenly it seems they don't need you any more. 

That feeling, coupled with unaccustomed time to yourself, can be overwhelming. Your kids have been your whole life, or a large part of it, but their moving out doesn't have to depress you. Here is help for building a new phase of life for yourself and, as the title says, facing down that empty nest syndrome. 

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#8 Wisdom From a Happy Woman by Cynthia MacGregor

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A collection of short, insightful motivational essays laced with inspiration and robust common sense, which followers of her daily Facebook posts have long awaited, this book is the fruit of a full life, rich in experience.

A long-time believer in a positive attitude having a direct bearing on health and success, Cynthia MacGregor is a prolific author as well as an editor, who has also produced and hosted two TV shows. You will be left with a sense of well-being and a positive determination after reading these pearls of Wisdom from a Happy Woman.

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#9 Affirmations: …Plus Action by Cynthia MacGregor

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Many people—including this author—believe in the power of affirmations, but MacGregor takes it one step further, saying that to make affirmations really effective you need to take certain actions along with them. This helpful book offers not only affirmations for many situations and uses, but also specific actions to take along with them, to make the affirmations more effective. 

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#10 Betcha Didn’t Know by Cynthia MacGregor

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The book of Psalms is famous for having a silent “P,” which many people today in public restrooms also try to achieve. Although the Bible is not a funny book, it is full of references to paradise, the singular of which is “pairody,” so several people in the Bible apparently had a sense of humor. And paradise, of course, is what you shoot craps with. 

To judge from the frequent Biblical references, a lot of those characters must have been dice-players. Moses got so upset over all the gambling that he got a headache. God said, “Take these two tablets and call me in the morning.” Elijah rode to the games in a cherry yacht, which is a virgin vehicle. What it was vergin’ on was not disclosed in the Good Book. 

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from Cynthia (Cyn) MacGregor

#11 Let Go of Emotional Overeating and Love Your Food

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Learning to eat mindfully, for health and enjoyment, becomes the goal, and I walk readers through table techniques designed to make mindful eating easier, habitual and ultimately second-nature.

There is a special section on holidays and parties, as well as a chapter on family, friends, and food, so readers will be well-prepared to enjoy their holidays better than ever! As a Columbia University-trained licensed psychotherapist and a former emotional overeater, I’m so glad to share that food (and life!) can be loved and that both pleasure and control are possible.

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Contributor: Arlene B. Englander from Arlene B.Englander

#12 Connect: How to Love and Accept Yourself After Divorce

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With Connect, it's time to get serious about making a shift, releasing from trapped, toxic emotions of your past, so you can Thrive instead of survive. The problems faced after divorce can be trying. The solution, however, is simple: a foolproof plan to heal your heart, pinpoint your true dreams and desires, and find a meaningful and lasting authentic love for self. 

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Contributor: Dawn Burnett from A New Dawn Natural Solutions, Inc

#14 You, Disrupted by Todd Mitchem

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The book guides each reader on a journey of self discovery while helping them realize what’s most important. It teaches in an entertaining way while giving real world examples for how to apply the lessons. If you want to inspire someone to make ther own opportunities, learn about what’s most important and to overall experience a greater appreciation of their power, get them YOU DISRUPTED. 

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Contributor: Todd Mitchem from BUILD1x 

#15 HEALTH TIPS, MYTHS, AND TRICKS: A Physician’s Advice

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Whether you read Health Tips, Myths and Tricks straight through, or jump around to the topics where you really need someone to blow through the myths and unscientific claims— chocolate and health? Fish during pregnancy? 

Losing weight? Cranberry juice and UTIs?, you'll come away not only smarter about specific subjects but better able to cut through the BS the next time a crazy health claim comes along. For you know it will. 

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Contributor: Morton Tavel from Brighton Publishing, LLC

#16 Yes is the Answer! What is the Question?

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Yes is the Answer, What is the Question,” is a combination rags to riches memoir and road map to CMR’s success, most notably the company’s cultural DNA: 

  • Take care of associates 
  • Satisfied associates take great care of guests 
  • Happy guests make the company successful. 

Below are some key takeaways from the book, which is part memoir, part entrepreneur tips for those starting a new business.

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Contributor: Karen Gee-McAuley from Relevance PR 

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Written by Taegan Lion