A Post for #bookloversday
Something that I've always enjoyed is reading. When I was younger I could finish a book a week. I remember always winning multiple pizza voucher's for Pizza Hut from school- do you remember those? Talk about motivating kids to read. As I got older and life got busier, I lost touch with my inner book worm, and a main goal for 2020 was to start reading again. I miss getting lost in the words of others. Well, in a weird way, my prayers for more time to read and finding time to read were answered in the form of a pandemic. While this year has been challenging, a blessing in all of it is that I've been grateful in rediscovering my love for reading. In celebration of National Book Lover's Day, I wanted to make a list of enjoyable reads that I think everyone should check out.
#GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso
Sophia's voice and ambition makes this memoir equal parts entertaining and inspiring as she shares her journey from running an eBay account out of her tiny apartment to a multimillion dollar company with staff.
You Are A Bad Ass by Jen Sincero
This is the self help book you wish you had written. It's not so overly cheesy and there are applicable points in it- definitely one you can go back to and pull from in various seasons of life.
It's Not Really About The Hair: The Honest Truth About Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty by Tabatha Coffey
If you want to see Tabatha in a different light than you see on Tabatha Takes Over, this book is an incredible way to get to know her and her personality. It's real, raw, and inspiring.
Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
This novel is a fictional interview with 70's band The Six. It has an air of Almost Famous to it and is a super quick read.
Did I Ever Wakeup? by Mod Sun
This is another memoir style self-help book that will give you an introduction to understanding The Law of Attraction.
Happy Book Lover's Day, I hope you'll check out some of these books! Comment your favorite book below.