Unfortunately, my weather isn’t allowing for spring blossoms just yet. If you’re in the same boat as me, then why not pick up a book while you patiently wait? It’s the best way to start and end your day.
Here are the books you need to add to your April reading list:
- Next Level Basic: The Definitive Basic Bitch Handbook by Stassi Schroeder: No, that isn’t a typo. Stassi of “Vanderpump Rules” fame is here to help you embrace your inner basic chick, and we’re here for it. It’s funny and sharp, just like the reality star herself.
- The Next Right Thing: A Simple, Soulful Practice for Making Life Decisions by Emily P. Freeman: I don’t know about you, but I am an indecisive woman. I half-jokingly tell everyone around me to make small and big choices for me. It’s a good read to help you come up with practices to keep your hesitation in check.
- Woman of Color by LaTonya Yvette: Blogger and stylist LaTonya Yvette is here with her first book. She takes you through various stages and situations in her life from love to racism. You can’t ask for more from this candid book.
- Hustle and Gig: Struggling and Surviving in the Sharing Economy by Alexandrea J. Ravenelle: For all of my side hustlers, solopreneurs and entrepreneurs out there, this one is for you. This is a must-read for those of us freelancers out there to help us be aware of the gig/sharing economy. Plus, the insight on how millennials are affecting the economy is eye-opening.
- Advanced Love by Ari Seth Cohen: If you recall, Ari Seth Cohen is best known for the Advanced Style blog, which later turned into a book that covered the fashions of older city slickers. This time, it’s about love, featuring the intimate profiles of 40 different stylish couples.
- I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations by Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth A. Silvers: Does it get better than this title? I’m here to tell you: yes! In this culture and political climate, I think we could all use this book, and then helpfully pass it along to our friends and family.
- Vietnamese Food Any Day: Recipes for True, Fresh Flavors by Andrea Nguyen: I am the kind of person that will eat the same five meals every week. So this year, I made a vow to try new things, and it started with this book. My boyfriend and I love Vietnamese food, so it’s great to have this to refer back to for various dishes throughout the day. It’s got 80 recipes that are so much easier than you would think.
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You might also want to check out The Best Fresh Flowers For Your Home If You Have Allergies and Spring Health Goal: Make Sleep A Priority!
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