5 Summer Reading Finds for the Fearless Minds

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Photo by Irving Penn, Vogue, July 2004 Summer means vacation, fun, and adventure. However, a summer of exploration does not have to necessarily include an airline ticket. If you're like me, your books are bae, and getting into a good one with a nice cold glass of something refreshing can go a long way. The best part about reading is that it can be done anywhere, at any time...on a plane, train, or even a picnic blanket in Central Park. That incomparable feeling of geting lost in a good book is way better than watching a marathon of some show that's on all the time anyway. There's so much to choose from but never fear (which you won't because you're fearless), your sistars 💫 are here.

Our team recently got together to discuss options for the summer reading list and we are so excited to share it with you. Whether you like them electronic or are old fashioned (like myself ) and prefer the real thing, these five books are sure to shake up  your soul and take you to far away places without having to spend hundred on a plane ticket ( hey, if you can do both, even better!). Go buy one or all of these gems, pick a beautiful reading spot, and get your reading on this summer! ✨

1. The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer

Written by spiritual teacher Michael Singer, "The Untethered Soul" stretches the boundaries of your personal insights and perceptions. If you ever find yourself wondering if you've reached your limits, think again. With elegant language and inspiring stand points, Singer will hold your hand as you embark on a mystical journey to finding a deeper understanding of yourself and your potential. This New York Times best seller explains that your soul is not bound by three-dimensional earthly existence.

2. Faith In The Valley by Iyanla Vanzant

In life, we all find ourselves in somewhat of a valley. Iyanla Vanzant can empathize. "Faith In The Valley" - a collection of wisdom that helps guide women to the present and gives reassurance that the lowest points can be overcome by finding the light within. Sometimes the answers you've been looking all over for are held deep inside your soul.faithin

3. What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding

Written by Kristin Newman, "What I Was Doing While You Were Breeding" follows this young woman on her off-season journey traveling in the physical and spiritual world. Embark on Newman's story as you hear first-hand how the choices she made shaped her voyage, mentality, and life. As you read on, you will experience feelings of wanderlust, artistic inspiration, and rethought human connection.breeding-hollywoodjournal-700x340

4. Yoga Bitch by Suzanne Morrison

Cigarettes. Religious unrest. Self doubt. Suzanne Morrison found herself in something similar to a quarter-life crisis. Eager to make a change yet caught in limbo, the author carries you on her journey of travel, failure, disappointment, satisfaction, and everything in-between. "Yoga Bitch" depicts the misadventures of a 25 year old cigarette smoking, coffee drinking, junk food eating woman looking to improve her spiritual awareness.yogabitch

5. Yes, Please by Amy Poehler

Hilarious. Inspirational. Relatable. "Yes, Please" is a compilation of short stories, poems, photographs, lists, and mantras provided by the well-known and strong willed super woman Amy Poehler. A book oozing with personal and brutally honest motivations ranging from relationship advice to self-help.
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