Highly Recommended Books For Young Moms

by - September 08, 2020

 I will be honest reading is something I want to do so badly but, I completely suck at it. I get so jealous when I see those people that talk about books that they were able to finish in a matter of days. But I am determined to do better actually; one of my vision board items for this year was to read more (I am just going to blame COVID for my falling short on that lol). Because the year isn't over, I intend to do better and turn a new leaf; so I am looking for some good books to dig into for the rest of the year. Here are a few of the top-rated books that will get any young mom's life all the way together, some that I have read myself and loved. 



  • You are a badass by Jen Sincero was created to be a source of constant motivation. As a mom, I won't lie have dealt with a lot of doubting and second-guessing myself. So this book by Jen helps you to see your greatness, to realize just how much we are capable of
  • Becoming by Michelle Obama, I loved reading this book to learn about Michelle Obama past the first lady aspect of her. I have always loved her, but getting to read her story from her perspective and the things she overcame to get to where she is today is just the ultimate motivator as a young mom. 
  • Girl Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis, I haven't read this book, but it is at the top of my must-read. Rachel Hollis has always been behind the message of living your life and going for what you want, not what the world says. So I love this book is forcing women to stop trying to dim their light, but instead go for what we want. I know as young moms, this is something a lot of us tend to do, thinking of our families and kids first before ourselves. 
  • The Subtle art of not giving a f*ck by Mark Manson, I think the title pretty much says it all here. As moms, we have to care, but learning not to internalize; this book can make changes in our lives in that aspect. 
  • The Gifts of Imperfections by Brene Brown, we all know Brene is just a gem, the messages she shares will always uplift you. I think this book helps give perspective, to know that life won't be perfect, but how do you move past it and still thrive through the imperfections. 



I know as busy mom's our lives can be full, especially now with the world around us so crazy. But I hope you can use these books as a way to have little moments for yourself and refill yourself too. I would love to know what books are you all reading right now, and what would you highly recommend?



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