I enjoy freelance creative writing and being a Mum to my two awesome boys.
Published January 20th 2012
What are your most useful or helpful books to have on hand at home? We all have a few fiction books lining the shelf or some type of magazine lying around, but have you ever considered the benefits of non-fiction books in the home.
It means we don't always have to call upon the services of someone else every time something happens. We educate ourselves and in doing so occasionally allow another interest or hobby into our life.
Knowledge is Power,' so why be afraid of learning something new. To fail or make a mistake is a lesson in learning anyway. It doesn't mean we have to stop moving forward in the direction we wish to take.
There are some decisions that are ultimately best left to the experts, but keeping ourselves informed is our right and duty of care to all around us.
I recently met an amazing lady with an amazing story to boot. After her child was diagnosed with a seemingly rare brain tumour at the age of six, she did not give up the pursuit to find a more healthy and natural way to nurse her child back to health.
She now has an extensive health care range that includes body care, hair care and more. Her daughter had continually battled through her illness and in her twenties today has survived the expectations of many different doctors.
With this and many of your own stories in mind, why not get hold of a non-fiction book today and enrich your life. Here are the suggested top dozen books that are useful around the home or for our everyday lives.
1. Medical or First Aid
These are always helpful if used correctly. Use in conjunction with professional help when necessary.
As a baker's dozen goes, you could also look at 'The Bible' or 'New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures?' Some would say it has caused many wars over the years, but has given great strength and hope to others.