Has anybody seen her TEDTalk? It’s pretty incredible and very enjoyable. I have noticed that a lot of us become very apologetic about the things we like, as if we don’t deserve them, myself included, body language really shows with a bowed head, averted eyes and hands held together in front, as if to protect… Continue reading Book Review: Presence by Amy Cuddy
For this book, I decided to get a little more involved and take notes to be a little more in-depth when writing about the books I've been reading. Since I've been meaning to take out the quotes that spoke to me, I've become a little more focused. I am gaining more knowledge due to me… Continue reading The Gift of Imperfection by Brene Brown.
The book that gave me the courage to become my own person. This book can’t be described in just one word, I can say it’s amazing but until you read it, you’ll never get to experience what I experienced while reading this book. Here is what the back states, “In a crazy, media distracted world… Continue reading Be That Girl By Alexis Jones
This is the book I need when times are C-R-A-Z-Y. It was so calming to read, a very enjoyable read, and I'm happy I got to read this right now, because I have been going crazy in my head this entire month of February. I feel like Shauna was the calming voice I… Continue reading Present-over-Perfect by Shauna Niequist.
The Wisdom of Insecurity This book wasn’t exactly what I expected it to be, it’s a bit of a dry read for those that like more of the up beat inspirational reading, very intellectual, and being a lefty and in the arts world, that's not something I'd choose, it's boring. I mean, It’s a great… Continue reading The Wisdom of Insecurity by Alan W. Watts
This book wasn't a hard cover piece, or really anything I could actually grasp with my hands. This one I listened to, it was an audio book, I have had a couple of audio books piled up in my amazon audible app (Which I will eventually empty) but because I have been a bit stressed… Continue reading The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson
From the moment I opened this book, I felt at peace when reading it, and it felt right to read this book. It felt as if I was meant to read this book, and honestly, I should have gotten my hands on it sooner than now. Although now is better than never. I highly recommend… Continue reading Everything Happens for a Reason.
This book is the older sister I've never had, the one whose been through it all, the one that has graduated college while you're in your sophomore year in high school, this book is the pick me up you need after a break-up; this book is the best friend I need coming to the rescue… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Like Me by Alida Nugent.
Although I read this a little while ago, my memory of it still feels like yesterday, this book is great in a way that it relaxes you, the artist. I'm an actress and I can't say how many times I've put so much pressure to my work, my auditions, my career. I've said things like,… Continue reading Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert