Summer is right around the corner and there is nothing I love more than finding a shady corner in the garden or relaxing in my hammock during a road trip with a good book and iced dirty chai in my hands. It can’t be a Kindle or anything either, it needs to be a good old fashioned page turner. There are some things I am old school about and this is one of them!

This summer my reading list has a little bit of everything from self-care, and entrepreneurism to a introductory guide for learning how to read tarot cards! Just finish reading a good book? I’d love to know, drop a comment below so I can check it out.

7 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List


How to Do the Work

I discovered @theholisticpsychologist on Instagram over a year ago and have really loved her posts. I find her work super insightful in helping eliminating patterns of co-dependancy and childhood trauma and am super excited to dig into this one.


Millionaire Success Habits

This was written be Dean Graziosi who I discovered through Jenna Kutcher’s Goal Digger Podcast and just like his energy and mindset.


Everything is Figureoutable

I love the title of this book and am excited to learn how to become more resourceful, and how to learn to trusty and rely on myself more. As a solopreneur who wants to blossom into a bonafide entrepreneur I get overwhelmed and feel like I don’t know what my next step should be. I am hoping this book will have some answers!


Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

This book dives into human behavior and how to create systems to support sustained change. With more than 3 Million copies sold and 5 start on Amazon with more than 44,000 reviews…I think this dude might be on to something.


The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance and the Art of Living

This is an easy daily read. It breaks down Stoic Thinkers philosophies into daily meditations with great takeaways for daily focus. I have incorporated this into my Morning Routine and absolutely love it.


The Alchemist

I read the book once a year. It is my all-time favorite book and such a beautiful story about letting go of the fear of the unknown, determination and discovering one’s personal legend.


The Art of Intuitive Tarot

This is my “fun read” for the summer. I have been using affirmation cards for a long time and have some Goddess Oracle Guidance cards that I love. When I saw Jess Stone’s tarot deck and book I was immediately drawn to it’s understated elegance. Super excited to dive into tarot and start doing some readings!