12 Pretty Awesome Books You Girls Need To Read

Have you ever found yourself stuck in a situation where you cannot embrace motivation anywhere? Where you already know what your friend is going to say but you will not do what she is suggesting you to? Are you a book or a people kind of person? Either way, here is a list of 12 books you should read during those times when you fail to find yourself. Tips from experts included. Check it out!

You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero

This is just the book some girls need when they need extra motivation to accomplish any long-and-short term objective. Jen invites her female readers to explore their potential to the fullest and discover some hidden talents of theirs.


Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

There are times,  we as girls, need to remember we are not perfect. We are indeed human beings. We do not need to be wearing makeup all the time, she reminds us that, alongside many other deeds. Hollis invites us not to focus on the things that go bad in our lives, but on the good things instead! When our expectations fail, there is a lesson learned. Yet, she wants us to embrace that behavior.


The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson 

the subtle art of not giving a F*ck

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Mark Manson’s honesty is everything we need when we are feeling a little blue and/or depressed. When we feel nothing can be worse, there is Manson advising us and inviting us to see the bright side of any situation you are in or simply give a fu*ck about them.


Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert

The author of Eat, Pray, Love is on her way to find inspiration. Yet, she has found it in every book she has written in very creative ways. This time, she insists us to get rid off foundationless worries.


Choose Wonder Over Worry by Amber Rae

Amber Rae demonstrates to us that facing our concerns is better than thinking about them. Meanwhile, she teaches us how to cope with them.


How To Get Sh*t Done by Erin Falconer

Avoid doing a bunch of things at the same time, attempting to satisfy many and do less instead. You will do way more! Just focus on your priorities and stop thinking you need to do everyone’s job!


Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for Me & You by Lin-Manuel Miranda

What is better than reading Miranda’s tweets? Reading Gmorning, Gnight! There you will find the most inspirational quotes every day; the motivation you will need on that very specific day of the week.


The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter by Meg Jay

Jay is a clinical psychologist and writer who holds the twenties are the best years of your life. Therefore, you need to make the most out of it. She uses real-life illustrations in her book. It is like we are on a therapy session when we read this.


The Happiness Hack by Ellen Petry Leanse

As a neuroscientist geek, Leanse has spent some portion of her life studying people’s techniques to take up new habits. This way, she invites us to prioritize our goals and spend more time doing the things we actually enjoy.


WorkParty by Jacklyn Johnson

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Founder and CEO of an online platform, Jaclyn Johnson writes a book in regards to career failures and successes, as she enlights us with some tips from her fellow female executives.


The Myth Of The Nice Girl by Fran Hauser

In her book, Hauser teaches us how to be a successful professional by changing some habits in your lifestyle, not your personality.


The Up Side  Of Down by Megan McArdle

Failure is not something you can avoid. However, McArdle has come up with pretty awesome useful tips from experts to overcome these types of situations and prosper.

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