Share the books I read in September and if I like to recommend them!
Hello friends! How are you I hope you enjoy the day so far. I’m looking forward to putting some things together for Pee’s birthday as well as doing homework. For today’s article, I am happy to share them as last month’s readings were good ones. I’m still strong with my goal of 3 books a month, but this month was a little more tactical than the others. I’ve been tired late at night for a while now, and I want to break down as soon as I get the girls to bed. Somehow I got it done.
Here is a brief overview of the items for the month of September!
1 Inheritance of divine orchids By Soraida Kardova
I got it This From me Monthly Book Subscription And it really was waiting. I love magical realism, and the style of this book reminded me of two of my most beloved authors: Isabel Allende and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. This book was a bit slow for me to start but the story was complex and layered and was the type of book that stayed with you for a long time. It has a deep character development, a story that spans a lifetime, and a little bit of magic (it seems very true). 9/10 would be recommended.
Montoya residents are accustomed to a life without explanation. They know better than to ask why the pantry never seems low or empty, or why their patriarchs could not leave their home on the Four Rivers for graduation, weddings, or even baptism. But when Orchidia Divina invites them to her funeral and to gather their heritage, they hope to learn the secrets she has held tight all her life. Instead, Orcudia has been translated, leaving them with more questions than answers.
Seven years later, Marimar, Ray, and Tatinelli’s daughter Ryanan displayed her gifts in a variety of ways and gave unexpected blessings. But soon, a hidden image begins to tear through their family tree, snatching them up one by one as they try to destroy Orchidia’s line. Determined to save what is left of their family and reveal the truth behind their heritage, the four generations go to Ecuador – where Orchidia buried her secrets and never looked back.
Changing the past of Orchidia and the present of her descendants, the legacy of Orchidia Divina is a fascinating novel about what we inherited from our ancestors, knowingly and unknowingly, the bonds that bind us and regain your power.
2 A journey of a lifetime By Robert Iger
This book Highly recommended – Leysley and Chaleen It was on my mental radar because they both said it was great – so I was excited to hear this. One can listen. Within a few days I had it explode. (I love audio books and podcasts when I’m walking or working with puppies.) Even if you’ve been looking for personal development tips, memorabilia, Disney spoons (this is something Disney fans should read), it’s worth checking it all out. Out of the boxes. It was heartwarming, inspiring and fascinating. 10/10 Recommended!
Robert Iger was the CEO of Walt Disney Company in 2005 during difficult times. Competition was fierce and technology was changing faster than ever in the company’s history. His vision came to three clear ideas: agree with the concept that quality is important, embrace technology instead of fighting it, think big – think globally – and make Disney a strong brand in the international market.
After 14 years, Disney has become the world’s largest, most acclaimed media company, counting Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Fox in the 21st century. When Iger takes over, it’s worth more than five times its value and he is recognized as one of the most innovative and successful CEOs of our time.
He runs the Robert Iger Disney Company of Ride of Lifetime, leads over 220,000 employees, shares the lessons he has learned and explores the principles needed for true leadership:
Ignorance. Even in the midst of difficulties, an optimistic leader will find and focus on the path to the best outcome rather than blaming pessimism.
Courage. Leaders must be willing to take risks and make big bets. Fear of failure destroys creativity.
That is decisive. No matter how difficult it may be, all decisions can be made in a timely manner. Uncertainty is wasteful as well as destructive to morale.
That of fairness. Treat people with courtesy, empathy and accessibility.
This audio book is about the relentless curiosity that Iger has directed for 45 years, from the day he complained about being the lowest studio on ABC in Iberia. It’s about politeness and respect and a polite approach to the dollar, from the deep friendship he had with Steve Jobs in his final years with the early stages of every project and partnership that Eiger pursues, to a lasting love of the Star Wars myth.
“The ideas in this book affect me universally,” Iger writes. “Not just to the world’s most anticipated CEOs, but to anyone who wants to be more confident, without fear, as they navigate even in their professional and personal lives.”
3 Cook until dinner is right By Casey Joey Garcia
As someone looking for a new test for weekday dinners, I was interested in looking at this book. (This was gifted by Cassie’s PR team after she became a guest on the podcast). Behind the concept This cookbook You have prepared protein for two meals at once. This way, when you prepare the second meal, the * meat * on the plate is already finished. I like the idea of preparing you for success (especially since the nights are longer on weekdays) and I can’t wait to try some of these recipes. 9/10 would be recommended.
Never throw away your leftovers with this delicious and healthy meal, designed to transform the next night into a completely different dish from best-selling author Casey Joy Garcia.
As a busy mother of two, Cuss Once, Casey Joy Garcia, the best-selling author of Eat All Week, has limited time to get food on the table. With this book she suddenly shared a fresh approach to dinner preparation. These 120 easy, tasty recipes are designed to quickly cook up a completely different meal the next day from what is left in one recipe.
Most pre-meal cookbooks require you to plan your entire week in advance and spend hours in the kitchen (a little luck for groceries), and Dinner Fix will show you how to completely replace leftovers with something new. Design for the next. The remaining fried garlic turns the turkey breast into a spicy turkey potato soup and the dried minced barbecue brisket turns into a lovely cheesestick-filled pepper. Whatever your favorite taste profile or dietary restrictions, this book is full of recipes that the whole family can enjoy.
Cook Once Dinner Fix does not require time, energy, skill or money to solve the “what to spend time” problem. Now dinner can be fun, fast, affordable and sustainable.
4 Dreena’s kind kitchen By Drina Burton
I shouted this book out loud Friday, but it needed more mention. There are two recipes in our diet this week! (Okay, one of them is cookies.) Drina Burton is my longtime favorite cookbook author. Some of these favorites Years after all of this is still going my way. She uses whole foods (instead of vegan substitutes containing chemicals) in her recipes, which are always family-friendly and full of flavor. 10/10 would be recommended, especially if you are a true vegetarian or vegan, if you really like vegetarian food.
Drina Burton has been creating plant-based, complete recipes for over 20 years. Home cooks know that her recipes can be trusted to be great and delicious! Now, she has created this one-man resource for kind, compassionate food choices, for other creatures, for the earth and for you. Whether your family needs a weekly main meal or a meal to surprise your friends for a special occasion, Drina’s kind kitchen covers you with these reliable, tasty and healthy recipes.
You can find a variety of things for breakfast, salads and dressings, snacks, soups, desserts, pastries:
• Lemon poppy seed muffin
Wow M Waffles
Chipotle pea fries
• White beans and corn chowder
Pressure oven quick noodle soup
Truffle-salted nut cheese
Beyond Beet Burgers
Fiesta taco filling
Rat Italian Ratatouille
• Holiday dinner
• 1-minute pasta Alfredo
Crackle Blender Brownies
ඹ Mango Carrot Cake
Dreena also shares a cooking troubleshooting section to enhance the skills in your kitchen. With a helpful guide on technology, time-saving tips and suggestions on how to redesign leftovers into delicious new dishes, this trusted resource will boost your cooking confidence and help you find success in your own plant-powered kitchen.
So tell me, friends: What did you read in September? Are there visitors to the exhibition?