The Night Circus for Christmas, because it was one of my favorites that I read last year. She's nearly done with it, and I decided to send her some others from my collection. I love a good novel with an element of the absurd, which applies to most of the titles I'm shipping to Mom. She gets something new to read, plus I also get the books out of my house, but can get them back if need be. Triple win!
I applied this same tactic a little closer to home. I had an entire shelf filled with books on women, business, and positive psychology that I just don't need around all the time. Luckily, my women-focused co-working space was starting a lending library in our conference room. My books reside at work where they can benefit other people, they're out of my bedroom, and I can access them if need be. Another triple win! A category I'm having trouble purging is the books I haven't read, but mean to. Anyone have any suggestions on how they have tackled this issue? JANUARY CURE LINKS: • Day 12: Declutter Books & Media (Images: Tara Bellucci)