Tuesday, 1 December 2015

November Reads


     
    



I thought I would do a seperate post for what I loved reading this month.
Lets get to it...

1. #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso

                                
   

Now, some of you may or maynot be aware that I own my own makeup and skincare business. With any business you need to practise and read up on self development. That's when I came across this jem of a book. #GIRLBOSS is all about CEO of Nasty Gal, Sophia Amoruso and how she can help you seek a unique path to sucess. It's kind of like a self-help book, but not at the same time. You read stories about Sophia which lead up to her sucess with her business. Amongst the hilerious stories from behind the scenes. There are some very help tips, as well as some startling wakeup calls. 

This book is a must have for all entrepranuers seeking success with their business or finding success in whatever you love doing. It proves that success doesn't come from where you went to college or how popular you were in school. Success is about trusting your instincts and following your gut, knowing which rules to follow and which to break. 

A must read!

2. Girl Code by Cara Alwill Leyba

                                
  

Another must read! I am all about the self development this month, ha! So this one has had everyone talking about it. I've seen alot of bloggers and fellow team members reading this one and I have to say, get it now!

Girl Code is similar to #Girlboss but different all together. It's written through the eyes of the author (Cara), founder of the Champagne diet and a certifed Master Life Coach. Girl Code is a map for female entrepreneurs, professional women, 'side hustlers' (those with a day job who are building a business on the side, like moi), and any one inbetween who wants to become a better woman. 

This book is not a step by step guide and will not teach you how to build a multimillion pound business. But, it will teach you how to build confidence in yourself, reconnect with your 'why,' eradicate  jealousy, and ultimately learn the power of connection. This book it rammed with advice and tips. Cara also interviews well known business women and there are spaces to jot down your thoughts.

Highly recommend reading this one. 

3. Blogosphere.

                               
  

Now this is not a book, so to speak. It's more like a magazine but one with high quality advice. It's bascially a magazine for bloggers by bloggers and is full with adive on how to behave at events, tips on advertsing and how to find your blogging niche. Plus it's full of interviews with fellow bloggers and secontions on food, fashion, lifestyle, beauty, travel and photograghy. 

It's a great magazine to have and looks amazing on your coffee table. Costs £4 (plus £1.75 for P&P) and you get it next day delivery if you purchase before 3pm. You can get your copy from blogospheremagazine.com

what's your monthly read?

Jenni xo 
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2 comments

  1. Anonymous12/03/2015

    Great recommendations, I'll get all of these! Especially excited about the blogosphere magazine!

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  2. That magazine sounds amazing I might have to think about getting this!
    Charlotte // charlottespicks.blogspot.com

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