We are going to draw two scenarios here because we know we have readers from all over the world. It is Summertime in the northern hemisphere, and many of you, girls, are obviously going to the beach or pool. Besides your sunscreen, swimwear and towel, you need something else; the company of a nice book. That is right! These are some of the books that will probably get you a sunburn reading them because they got you too sucked in that you forgot to apply sunscreen. On the other side of the globe, it is winter and we know vitamin D levels minimize. Which means you are more likely to feel depressed under very cold temperatures and lack of sun environments. Either way, here is a top-ten list that will get you through these moments and keep you distracted.
Becoming by Michelle Obama
If the former first lady cannot inspire you, no one will. This is Michelle Obama’s history from living as a working-class person to spending quality days in the White house.
Bossypants by Tina Fey
Tina Fey teaches us how we should balance and/or manage our days and lives, telling her life testimony, as she pursues a career in comedy. She also tells her readers why she thinks it is good to be called “bossy”.
Rad Women Worldwide by Kate Schatz
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— Kate Schatz (@kateschatz) July 5, 2016
Schatz mentions and talks about 40 different women who have made history in the world. We are going to encounter many personalities in it.
Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
After Gilbert got her divorce, she undertook a trip around the world, which later would change her life completely. On it, she gets to experience pleasure, devotion and harmony.
Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed
Do you want advice from the author of Wild, Cheryl Strayed? In this book, she talks just about everything: sex, love relationships, friendships, financial status, e.t.c.
Year Of Yes by Shonda Rhimes
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) July 18, 2019
We might regard saying yes to everything has indeed some pitfalls. However, this book is going to show us the opposite. Doing the former can have some advantages too!
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
In part two of my conversation with @smplyBorganized, we talked about why removing physical clutter makes us feel more empowered, more accomplished, and, of course, more calm. #outerorderinnercalmhttps://t.co/rGbGorYcAQ pic.twitter.com/IpieQxo0qQ
— Gretchen Rubin (@gretchenrubin) March 29, 2019
Have you ever woken up with that vibe of making the best of your day or even changing your life completely? Well, one day Rubin woke up that way and decided to pursue happiness. She did the former for the next 12 months and tells us afterward how and what she did during that period of time.
My Friend Fear: Finding Magic In The Unknown by Meera Lee Patel
— meera lee patel (@meeraleepatel) May 15, 2018
Do you know what is better than avoiding your angsts? Facing them and making peace with them! She educates us how to do it with a bunch of amazing inspirational quotes and/or passages.
The Self Love Experiment by Shannon Kaiser
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— Shannon Kaiser (@shannonlkaiser) June 27, 2018
After having suffered from an eating disorder, depression and drug addiction, Kaiser learned how to eradicate anxiety and negativity from her life comprehensively and she teaches us how to do it in order to love ourselves more every day.
Note To Self by Gayle King
Do you want to know what would Oprah have done in your situation? Well, this book might not be written by her, but it is by one of her BFFs Gayle King. Yet, in her book, she mentions several pieces of advice said by the American talk show host Winfrey.