3 books for more positive vibes!

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Hi Everyone,

I thought I would write about some book suggestions which have really helped my Mental Health and #selflove journey. I hope you can take some inspiration from these books and have a read of one yourself if you haven’t already. 

Good vibes, Good Life By Vex King

This is one of my favourite books and recommend it so much, I brought my best friend one for her birthday. It’s all about being in a high vibe and having a positive outlook on life. There are references to the law of attraction in there and changing your outlook to attract better things. There are also a lot of motivation/positive quotes sprinkled throughout the book. Here is one of my faves:

“Women don’t own you pretty” By Florence Given

This book is incredibly empowering. After reading it, I felt more proud of myself and wanted to just own and flaunt everything I had. It opened me eyes to alot about feminism and the “patriarchy”. If your feeling like your lacking abit of girl power, give this a read. 

Self care in the real world by Nadia Narian & Katie Narian Phillips

If you are just getting started on your self care journey and need a book to explain what TRUE self care is, I think this book is for you. It’s almost a self care bible. It includes recipes and ideas for self care about social media (important) and the joys of eating alone. It’s one of those books you can go back to a lot and really learn some useful tips. One thing I took away from this book is checking in with yourself. On days when I felt particularly anxious, I set an hourly reminder on my phone to stop and see how I was feeling and if there was anything else I could do to make that current moment better. 

What I’m currently listening too/reading? 

I am currently listening to “You are a badass” whilst I run on the treadmill. For some reason, I prefer listening to a podcast when I go for a walk or run instead of music. I guess it completely takes my mind of the time and pain (lol!). So far it’s a really amazing book, fully understand the hype. It’s got a really realistic view on self-care and has a very concise way of saying it. Pretty much removing all the rubbish and really providing you with the tools that work. Once I’ve completed it, I’ll definitely fully review it.

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