My Top 5 Books for 2022


This year I want to read even more books. Even if it won’t be easy next to my further education and the associated learning material. In any case, these 5 books will certainly accompany me well in 2022. As a big fan of non-fiction, however, there are no novels in my top 5. Why is that? I can’t explain it to you, but I’ve never been a fan of novels. I prefer to watch series – even if this is of course no substitute for all bookworms – it’s just not the right thing for me. Nevertheless, I would like to share my top 5 books with you.


  1. You deserve this by Pamela Reif: Since the beginning of the pandemic in spring 2020, I have partially thrown my previously healthy habits overboard. This should now come to an end, I want to get back to my “old” form in 2022, become more active and eat healthier again. Ciao Uber Eats ^^
  2. Best in Travel 2022 by Lonely Planets: My passion for travelling is no secret, as I mostly get inspired by social media for new trips, I want to collect even more ideas this year. Therefore, this book is one of my must-reads.
  3. How to Make It Happen: Turning Failure into Success by Maria Hatzistefanis: The founder of the beauty brand Rodial has worked hard to achieve her success and inspires other women to do the same with her books.
  4. Beauty in My Plate by Dr Olivier Courtin-Clarins: This book is also about nutrition. And how a healthy diet can also have a positive effect on our appearance. It’s not for nothing that they say: “You are what you eat”.
  5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki: Finance and investing was never an issue at my house and there’s probably a good reason for that. A classic of financial books that shows why many of us are not easily exposed to financial topics.

I will certainly add a few more books to my list over the course of the year.