Five Books to Improve Your Mind

Five Books To Improve Your Mind:

 

1.) Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown

A book about braving the world with courage, self-love, and confidence while feeling overwhelmed and lost. Tips and corresponding anecdotes from Brown’s own life and trials navigating the wild: a search for true belonging.

 

2.) All About Love by Bell Hooks

The book you need to take a step back and reevaluate. This is no book geared towards those in or out of relationships. It’s a perspective on love and it’s power from the absolute beginning, tied together with research, the knowledgeable voice of Bell Hooks and powerful stories about love found and love lost.

 

3.) Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

The book every girl must read. From teen to young adult to mother to grandmother, this book will build you up. Hollis shares a unique voice built on trials and tribulations, but also heaps of positive lessons learned and rewards from taking chances. This is a book that will remind you how incredible it is to be a woman, but also difficult. Her voice and words are powerful and as a result, help you feel more powerful within your own being.

 

4.) The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur (poetry)

A quick and simple read, this poetry collection remains a favorite by Kaur. Moving, emotional, thought-provoking. Perfect for a Sunday morning read or downtime after a long day.

 

5.) Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

Rachel Hollis did it again with this book. Empowering and more than relatable, Hollis reminds us that as women, we were raised subconsciously to always be apologizing in some form or another. In a hybrid sort of narrative/self-help book, she reminds us of our strong voices and limitless opportunities. She advocates for women to take their voice back and to be more confident in standing tall and heard, to stop apologizing.