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My entire life, I’ve been a very driven person. My unwavering motivation is what led me to build a successful photography business and grow the House Fur blog so quickly.

But even though I’m driven and passionate, I still have a lot of fears. I still doubt myself or get caught up in my head. I get nervous about posting new things that go farther out there.

I’ve taken so many online classes and love them. But, nothing has helped and/or influenced me more this year than the books; Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo & Heavier Than Heaven: Kurt Cobain Biography by Charles R. Cross. 

These books taught me how to face and embrace my fears. They completely changed the way that I think about fear. Fear shouldn’t mean that it’s time to stop or to hold myself back. In fact, fear means that I should get up & go because it’s just my brain feeling uncomfortable with change or a challenge!

There’s something magical that happens when you change your reality thanks to the power of a physical book. I often read pages or even entire chapters over and over again before moving onward. I want to absorb everything that I can!

Even though physical books are “going out of style”, I know that there are fellow book lovers out there! 

To get that book lover in your life the perfect gift, I wrote a special gift guide just for us book worms.

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1) Tequila Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist

Clever cocktails are so fun to make & this book would makes a great conversation starter! 

 

2) 5-Shelf Wood Ladder Bookcase with Metal Frame

Everyone needs a tidy and aesthetically please way to store and display their book collection. Design Tip: I like organizing out books by color. 

 

3) Solid Wood Book Shaped Coasters

Aren’t these just the cutest?

 

4) aHead Wireless Headphones 

List to your audible books in style!

 

5) The Book Lover’s Cookbook: Recipes Inspired by Celebrated Works of Literature, and the Passages That Feature Them

I have so many friends that would love this – both book worms and foodies (like my husband, Caleb)

 

6) Auburn Chair

Comfortable and compact, the Auburn Chair is high style for a relatively low price. Its streamlined frame has removable legs for easy assembly, making it easy to move to wherever you want to read!

 

7) Rechargeable Book Light

This modest light is a perfect reading light that won’t disturb others! And, you can purchase a travel case as well!

 

8) Colossal Handknit Throw Blanket

If you’re like me you love a good blanket to snuggle up on the couch with! Pottery Barn’s chunky yarn makes a statement throw that’s extra stylish and extra cozy, yet surprisingly light and soft! I also am a huge fan off these faux alpaca throws because they come in neutral earth tones. 

 

9) Agate Bookends

These Agate Bookends are dyed and polished to reveal naturally occurring patterned rings. I love that each piece is one of a kind. I have blue agate coasters and I LOVE them!

 

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