Books are like old friends you can always turn to for some comfort, advice and wisdom. Sometimes they are funny, sometimes boring, sometimes thrilling and sometimes so moving that you cry your heart out. These days many people have forgotten the magic of books. You can name your favorite sitcoms, favorite web series, favorite video on Instagram that made you laugh. But I haven’t read a book in a long time.
As we grow it becomes much more difficult for us to find time for ourselves that is where these audiobooks might help. You can listen to them anywhere. While driving, making your food, working on things that don’t require great attention.
Here’s a list of top 5 good funny personal growth audible books
1.Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies
Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies is Tara Schuster’s way to healthier adulthood. After years of fear, depression and self-medicating. She uses everyday routines to remind herself about caring and is now sharing with us. Get to protect yourself from self-criticism, build a life you enjoy and counterfeit appreciation before you see it. For both of us, it’s a frank and funny manual.
2.I’m Judging You
Luvvie Ajayi looks at every part of the digital world in which we work and shows us how best we can be. Ajayi highlights the fake step from online dating and overt bigotry to grooming and how you don’t usually have a jerk.
3.F*ck Your Diet
Fans of Issa Rae and Phoebe Robinson enjoy this laughing-out series of hilarious, thoughtful essays that look at race, feminism, pop culture and how society strengthens the message that we are nothing without the right fodder.
4.Hello, Fears: Crush Your Comfort Zone and Become Who You’re Meant to Be
The goal of Michelle Poler is to inspire others to live beyond the comfort areas and she has crushed the job with her novel, Hello, Fears. This is a beautiful, vibrant book to fulfil your full potential and to live a marvellous life of humour and intelligence.
5.Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person
Any self-help books that do not cover the Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes are not complete. What are the laws? These rules. Rhimes found that she was not saying too much, Beloved TV maker. So, after a year, she began to say yes. And all of a sudden things changed for the best in her life. Yes is her trip to say yes and do more outside of her comfort zone. Year of Yes.
The intimacy of reading a book makes your humor feel more intimate and draws your mind more deeply and sparkles that can just feel good relief.