This month, I’m focusing on some light reading. I want to feel inspired and uplifted, and that is exactly what all of these books accomplish. You’ll want to add these to your March reading list ASAP!
- Girl, Stop Apologizing: A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals by Rachel Hollis: First there was Girl, Wash Your Face, and now Rachel Hollis is back to teach you to stop feeling shame and start getting real with success. She knows that the only way to change someone else is to change yourself. You’ll never stop learning.
- Work Wife: The Power of Female Friendship to Drive Successful Businesses by Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur: A book on work wives written by work wives? Check! Who says you can’t create a successful business with a best friend? This book proves that business and friendship can definitely mix, especially when women lift each other.
- Designology: How to Find Your PlaceType and Align Your Life With Design by Sally Augustin: I moved to Cincinnati last month, and our new house is huge. I’ve used this as my reference guide to figure out what to do with all this new space. Frankly, I’ve always love home décor, but it wasn’t until recently that I realized aside from adoring pretty things, I didn’t know very much. This book is very educational for those wanting to design their space for the first time.
- Literary Places (Inspired Traveller’s Guides) by Sarah Baxter: Book lovers and travelers alike will love getting lost in this book illustrated by Amy Grimes. Have you ever wondered where your favorite writer came up with their genius novel? Sarah has made exploring the gorgeous places that literary genius took place, while Amy brings them to life. You’ll be using this book to plan your next trip.
- The New Girl Code: The Launch of a Fashion App by Niki Smit: I don’t know about you, but when things get heavy, I like to add a little YA into my reading mix. Told in a diary-like form, it follows 15-year-old Charlie, an awkward Brooklynite who comes up with a viral app. And of course, things get out of hand.
- Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney: As a 20-something, I can honestly say that I still have no idea what I’m doing, and that’s OK. Best friends Frances and Bobbi are trying to figure out adulthood and their place in the world when their friendship is truly tested. Funny and relatable, you’re not going to want to put down this book.
- Cravings: Hungry for More by Chrissy Teigen and Adeena Sussman: As a huge fan of the original Cravings, I can attest to the power of the recipes in this book. I’ve been pushing myself out of my comfort zone in the kitchen, and I have to admit it’s been the best choice possible. There are so many different options in this book depending on what you’re hungry for.