A charming woman who attracts others is a woman who is knowledgeable, experienced and who transmits positive energy to people. The following four books give women lessons on positive thinking, which help them overcome challenges and achieve success.
Zen as F *ck (Monica Sweeney, published by Castle Point Books)
The book, which is designed as a journal with passages about the meaning of life, is where you record the positive changes around you. It also helps you learn to let go of negative things on the journey towards true happiness. The images inside are eye-catching and the journal-style design helps activate creativity for readers. Small, simple exercises let you learn to live more optimistically and love yourself more.
Start where you are (Meera Lee Patel, published by Random House Canada)
This is another book designed in the form of a journal. Exercises help readers with creative thinking, mindfulness and personal motivation. Readers can navigate the disturbances and chaos in life by taking the time to understand authentic desires in order to achieve dreams.
Inspirational and multi-dimensional quotes from writers, artists and people from many different fields are found throughout the book, combined with questions and suggestions that help you find the right path..
Good Days Start with Gratitude (Pretty Simple Press, published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)
This book helps readers build gratitude within 52 weeks. The book is a self-discovery journey designed to build the habit of being grateful for what we have in life, both great and simple. Divided into weeks with a motivational maxim, there is space for readers to record three things they are grateful for each day, plus a weekly scoreboard. For example, you could write that they are a cup of coffee, the smell of rain, and a book. Recording the list helps you develop a habit of being grateful for the smallest things.
Girl, Wash Your Face (Rachel Hollis, published by Thomas Nelson)
Author Rachel Hollis, founder of lifestyle website TheChicSite.com and chief executive of a media company, has developed a community network to share the secrets to a better life honestly.
She has frankly exposed 20 self lies and misconceptions that can make us unable to live happily, effectively and efficiently. The lies we often use to reassure ourselves are exposed through humorous anecdotes. Hollis describes the lies that made her feel overwhelmed and how she overcame them. Her aim is to help readers become more confident and, instead of hiding in lies, take life in stride.
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