Between blogging, parenting, networking, and everything else my reading time is just for me. Reading allows me to readjust my thinking and reflect on all of my actions up unto this point. Before summer 2018 ends, I’m sharing my reading list with you. Why? Reading is caring and I care about your mental health.
- Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis: I’m not a huge fan of over the top personalities telling me how to live my life. Well, that all changed when I read Girl, Wash Your Face. If you are looking for a good book that will help you appreciate where you are in your journey and motivated towards the future. This is the book for you. Each chapter is much better than the last and you will pass this one along to your favorite girlfriends.
- Broke Millenial by Erin Lowry: Ask a critic and they will tell you that millennials are all gadgets and social media. When it comes to understanding how and where to spend their money, Millenials could care less. Thankfully Erin Lowry speaks millennials. Broke Millenials does a great job of presenting practical how-to money advice in a conversational way. The tone of the book is relatable and authentic. Get your money right with this helpful resource.
- Well, That Escalated Quickly Memoirs and Mistakes Of An Accidental Activist: I learned of Franchesca Ramsey via GIPHY. Her comical expression, sharp wit, and a funny and timely perspective on relevant issues grabbed my attention. Franchesca says what you’re thinking and more. This is one book that will cross generations and genders.
- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas: Are you reading Angie’s tweets? Liking her Instagram post? Well, go run to your favorite social media platform and add Angie Thomas to your favorites list. Angie is just a real, humble, and authentic as they come. The Hate U Give breathes life into a fresh voice on the pages of how the struggles of everyday life chew us up and spit us out. But, in the end, we have more power than we realize. This one is for you, your girlfriends, and her pubescent daughters.
- Get Over It by Iyanla Vanzant: Need a spiritual check-up? Iyanla is the go-to source for self-reflection and owns your ish. Iyanla shares how we have disconnected from our personal power and intuitive light. With a step by step guide to tapping into your higher vibrational self. This book is for every modern day woman discovering her voice and moving towards greatness.
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