So here are the personal development resources I’d recommend to any readers. All of these options have been battle-tested, so although individual preferences may vary, I’d suggest giving them a go.
1. Amazon Kindle
As you know, a large portion of this site is dedicated to non-fiction books. Buying a Paperwhite Kindle is one of the best decisions I’ve made. While I love traditional books, digital reading allows me to highlight important passages, export my notes and revisit the book in the future whenever needed. Highly recommended. Click here to view on Amazon.
Although I love reading, there are times when it’s just not convenient, especially if you’re working out or driving. In these instances, I’d recommend giving audiobooks a try. The best thing? Audible offers a free 30-day trial. Click here to view on Amazon.
3. LAMY Safari Fountain Pen
I’m a big fan of journaling and love using this LAMY pen. Using fountain pens reminds me of learning to write as a child, which is quite freeing, especially when delving into the old noggin to reveal my subconscious ponderings. This pen, unlike many fountain pens, is lightweight and easy to use. Click here to view on Amazon.
4. Moleskin Journal
Moleskin notebooks are a fan favorite for the reason – they offer silky smooth, highly strokable paper. If you want to start journaling, use one of these. Click here to view on Amazon.