7 Must Read Books For Girls In Their 20S!

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Most of us have a go-to genre when choosing what to read. Whether you stock up on self-help books, devour summer beach reads year-round, or follow celebrity book club picks, books have the ability to teach us lessons and transport us to different places. No matter if it's a memoir or women's fiction; all kinds of stories can help us better ourselves. Inspirational books are often overlooked, but they are an essential tool in helping us delve deeper into ourselves. From biographies and short stories to collected poems and memoirs, we've compiled 50 of the best inspirational books for women. Reading these motivational books can help you to create meaningful change in your life.


1. 'Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World'

Based off a Navy SEAL's inspiring graduation speech, this book shares the little things in life that everyone should know.

2. 'How to Stop Feeling Like Sh*t: 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back from Happiness'


Andrea Owen is a life coach and her self-improvement book won't be like any you've ever read before. It'll teach you to stop listening to your inner critic and empower yourself to live a more fulfilling life.

3 'Amazing Grace Adams'

Amazing Grace Adams is the funny, touching, unforgettable story of an invisible everywoman pushed to the brink―who finally pushes back.


4. We Are Never Meeting in Real Life'

This essay collection touches on a range of topics, from the challenges of adulting to the reasons some people are made for reality TV. It's full of fun and hilarious stories that will definitely stay with you.

5 'Enchantment: Awakening Wonder in an Anxious Age'


Life can be overwhelming, especially with news cycles and social media presenting dark times in an increasingly chaotic world. Katherine May helps us get back to basics with elements from the natural world.

6 'Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely'

In this book, Lysa TerKeurst, speaker and author of Christian non-fiction, shares how she grappled with rejection and abandonment. Her painful childhood led her to examine her life, and she weaves in her relationship with God and the Bible to get through all of the hurt. She reminds us that God picked us, after all.


7 'The Gifts of Imperfection'

You can't help but seek validation from others. It's not a trait you're proud of, but it rears its ugly head nonetheless. In this book, Brené Brown reminds us to not seek it, and instead accept our flaws and embrace who we are.





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