Did you know 2019 will mark the fourth year of the Simple Scrapper Book Club, the only non-fiction discussion group exclusively for scrapbookers? With each selection, we seek to apply the author’s wisdom to improving the hobby we love so much.

If you enjoy books about self-improvement, creativity, happiness, and storytelling, this is the club for you. Here’s what we have planned for next year:

JanuaryAtomic Habits by James Clear
Kick off 2019 with upgraded habit-building skills to set yourself up for a year of creative productivity and living well.

February | Off the Clock by Laura Vanderkam
Never have enough time? Learn secrets of reducing overwhelm and getting more done when you’re just so busy.

March | The Art of Memoir by Mary Karr
How do you write about yourself? Improve your scrapbook journaling with advice from a master storyteller.

April | Outer Order, Inner Calm by Gretchen Rubin
Personalize your home organization strategies to create more peace and tranquility in your mind and life.

May | The Nature Fix by Florence Williams
Do you always feel better after being outdoors? Learn how more time in nature can boost your creative productivity.

June | Craft a Life You Love by Amy Tangerine
Let the colorful approach of industry hero Amy Tangerine inspire you to look at scrapbooking in whole new ways.

July | Globejotting by Dave Fox
Learn how to capture details of your adventures and main momentum to document until you return home.

August | My Morning Routine by Benjamin Spall and Michael Xander
Peek behind the curtain and explore how 64 successful people start their day in this fascinating anthology.

September | Soulful Simplicity by Courtney Carver
Can minimalism be practical? Start your journey towards “less” with this memoir and guide to a simpler life.

October | An Edited Life by Anna Newton
Craving order? Learn how to curate the items in your home in this new release by the YouTuber behind The Anna Edit.

November | Light the Dark, edited by Joe Fassler
The secrets of writing with ease are sometimes profound and sometimes mundane. Explore a selection in this anthology.

December | Slow by Brooke McAlary
Close out your year with gentleness by learning new strategies for embracing imperfection and living at a slower pace.

In addition to a new suite of selections, the 2019 Book Club will bring some minor changes.

Beginning January 1, we’ll be releasing the discussion guide at the beginning of the month so that you can read with a scrapbooker’s perspective in mind and start discussing the book in the blog comments.

Then, at the end of the month, our Book Club chat will move to the My Simple Scrapper community. We’re excited to continue this special tradition and hope you’ll participate.