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BOOK EDIT: TLSE FAVOURITES

The TLSE team share their favourite books of all time.



Now that we have a touch more time on our hands at home (thanks lockdown!) we can savour time reading. Here's a rundown on our team's favourite books for some reading inspiration...



HEIDI ALBERTIRI, TLSE EDITOR - THE PATH TO LOVE BY DEEPAK CHOPRA


Anything spiritual or personal development, I am there. I read this book many many years ago and it taught me the importance of being OK with myself. It took me on a wonderful /scary journey of learning and it's one I have re-read over the years many times... and passed on to many friends too.



FIONA KEOGH, TLSE GENERAL MANAGER - THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI BY ROBIN SHARMA


I read this book after I had my second child. After giving so much of myself to other people (big and small) for so many years I felt like this book was just what I needed at the time to remind me who I was, how to look after me and re-establish what was important to me again.



CLAIRE-ELLEN DATH, TLSE ART DIRECTOR - WOMEN WHO RUN WITH THE WOLVES BY CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTÉS


A woman’s bible and an incredible insight into connecting back to ones intuition, and the empowerment that comes within when one taps back into the self.



JORDAN WELLARD, TLSE SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER - 100 YEARS OF SOLITUDE BY GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ


I hated this book the first time I read it. It challenged something deep within and completely shattered my concepts of what it means to be human and our ability to create. It's fantastical, historical, colourful, the rhythm and language of this story is one of a kind and it's a resounding testament to the human spirit. This novel is magic.



HANDE RENSHAW, TLSE SYLIST & CONTENT CREATOR - THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING BY MILAN KUNDERA


Even though this is a tragic and heartbreaking story, I just adore the way Milan Kundera writes and how the story gives us a different perspective about love and vulnerability.



MADI WEBB - TLSE DESIGN TEAM - THE FOUR AGREEMENTS BY DON MIGUEL RUIZ


I read this book a couple of years ago (it's such an easy book to digest), and I have carried the 4 agreements with me – they are simple yet I find myself always going back to them on a regular basis.



KRISTY VELLA, TLSE SOCIAL & DIGITAL SPECIALIST - PRIDE & PREJUDICE BY JANE AUSTIN


It was the first book I read that had a female protagonist that was strong and outspoken without being described as bossy. I can read it over and over!

 

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