So here is book review #12 which I should have posted in December, but plans changed. Read More
This is a small book packed with some pretty big thoughts and a truly raw message. Read More
I’d been craving a book like this for some time now.
Powerful and raw, Cheryl Strayed’s experience while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is truly remarkable. Read More
This book has a lot of heart.
Written as a collaboration, Martin Latulippe helps a young boy send the world a very important message. The book is short, yet so raw. Read More
Simply put, I ❤️ this book.
This is a book for anyone who feels like they have a bigger purpose in life, but struggle to figure out exactly what they are meant to do.
This is a manual for lightworkers.
“Follow what lights you up, and you’ll light up the world” – Rebecca Campbell
It’s that simple.
Unsure about this whole lightworker concept? Read “Letter to a Lightworker” on pages 33 and 34 of the book and if it resonates with you, you are a lightworker and this book is for you.
This is the book that you will read when you need guidance. This is the book that you will read when you need clarity. This is the book that you will read when you need a good kick in the pants to get back on your path when fear and doubt start to creep in.
I will definitely read it over and over again and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
I bought this book in 2012 and as much as I wish I’d read it sooner, I know that I needed to read it now. Read More
I first discovered Robyn Youkilis through Gabrielle Bernstein’s Instagram stories when Robyn visited her and they made good gut gummies. Read More
Basically, this is the beginner’s guide to the mystical world of manifesting your wildest dreams and living a life you’ve always dreamed of…especially if you’re a skeptic and don’t mind a few strong words here and there. Read More
One snowy afternoon in February, I ventured into my local bookstore looking to get lost and this book was on the table near the front door. Now I don’t normally choose books without doing a little research first (especially personal development books), but I’m glad that I made an exception for this one. Read More