7 Self-Help Books That Should Be On Everyone’s Book Shelf
Looking for a reminder of how awesome you are?
Self-help books can give you great pieces of advice that are sure to make you feel amazing. Here are 7 self-help books that you need to add to your shelves this year!
1.You Are a Badass
This book will do exactly what the title says, make you feel like a badass! You’ll harness your inner “force” and realize everything you’ve ever wanted is already in the universe, you just have to reach for it!
- The Defining Decade
For all my 20-year-olds reading this article, pick this book up A.S.A.P! It’ll make you realize how your decisions you make now will affect your future.
- Radical Self Love
In the words of RuPaul “If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell can you love somebody else?” This book tells the story of the author’s path of how she learned to accept who she is as a person.
- The Happiness Project
Lets be honest, being happy all the time is hard! This book focuses on what makes our culture happy and how we can change to be less negative. Hint: it definitely starts are enjoying the small things!
- Shift Happens!
We have to admit, we couldn’t stop giggling at this title. If you have a hard time growing throughout life’s little or mega changes, this book is perfect for you. It’ll help you turn every situation into a blessing and show you how you can change your life.
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
Yes, it’s quite a mouthful of a title, but it’s effective! Everyone has habits that they can’t break. However, these habits can form negative cycles! By the end of this book, you’ll learn how to break free from those cycles and change positively.
- Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear
Being a creative soul can be hard! Don’t be crushed by the doubters or the non-believers. Pursue what makes you happy and, as this book states, live beyond your fear of rejection.
Sarah is a Hufflepuff living in NYC. When she is not traveling or talking to random animals, she is working as a script writer. Tweet her at @lumpyspacederp