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4 Books that Every #GirlBoss Should Read! : #NationalBookLoversDay

"A river cuts through rock not because of its power, but because of its persistence." ~ Jim Watkins

Hey hey sweetie pies, happy hump day! I hope you guys don't have the mid week blues. If you do, feel free to check out my 4 Hump Day Hacks on tips to beat those mid week blues! Today is Book Lovers Day and I figured today is perfect to share with you all what books I am looking to read. 

Ever since I was a kid, I have always enjoyed reading. Does anyone remember those scholastic book fairs that came to your school? Yep I was in there head first and always convinced my mom to buy me a bajillion and one books. I love being able to go to a different time and place with a book. I also love reading self help books that will help me become the best version of myself. I take part in fashion and dance books for knowledge and inspiration.

Courage to Soar: A body in motion; A life in Balance- Simone Biles Book
This inspirational book shares the story of Olympic Gold-medalist Simone Biles and aspires to inspire all who read it.
The Untethered Soul
Interested in taking a journey to self-discovery as well as the world around you? Then check this book out.
Big Magic
If you are looking to lead a more creative life, then this book is for you!
Girl Boss
I am finally getting my hands on this book. From the owner of Nasty Gal, Sophia Amoruso shares her life experiences on how she became a creative success. This book is for those who may consider themselves outsiders and appreciate a bit of tough love sprinkled with humor.
I am currently reading this book, if anyone wants a review once I finish, let me know in the comments below!

What books are you currently reading? If you don't have any, try one of these and let me know what you think!
As always, XO and Stay FAB! ~ Stormie J

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