These last few months I’ve been all about positivity. If you listen to our podcast – Curly Conversations – often, I’ve literally been preaching ways to become your best self by exuding positivity.
Not that I’m not always a positive person, but there has been some recent happenings in my life that have taught me to face toward the sun when I feel like my world is dark.
One of those ways I’ve been practicing positivity is through books and reading.
In a previous post, I explain how I am a true bookworm and the books I read that were life changing.
This time, I’m continuing that theme and sharing books I’ve recently finished or just cracked open.
I hope you’ll give them a second look.
You Are A Badass – By Jen Sincero
This is a book I’ve been wanting to get my hands on for at least the past two years.
I heard about it from a friend and was hooked ever since. Just an FYI, I found this book at Target (on sale might I add) and I’m so glad I did.
The author, Jen Sincero, is like your best girlfriend who drops curse words every now and then. She keeps it real and helps you realize how great of a person you are.
Her theme is diverting from the norm of society to do what you want.
It’s pretty awesome and I finished the book in about a week.
#GIRLBOSS – By Sophia Amoruso
I finally found the book at Target and finished it in a week flat.
I loved learning Sophia’s story of how she built her business from scratch. She’s not the woman who went to business school or had any formal training, she just figured it out and built an empire.
This book helps you realize your own talents and gives you confidence in knowing you don’t need all of the bells and whistles to get started.
The Curl Revolution – By Michelle Breyer
I’ve yet to crack this one open, but I’m calling this one as my next project.
This is a recently released book I’m sure I won’t read from cover-to-cover because it’s more of a guide, but I can’t wait to dig in.
You all know I’m a huge fan of NaturallyCurly and am one of their contributors – so I had to get my hands on this work.
It’s full of inspirational stories, healthy hair tips and more for all people with curls.
I purchased it in the NaturallyCurly Shop.
Have you read any of these?
I’d love to know what’s on your bookshelf so I can start reading new titles.