Whether it’s through Audible or a physical copy of the book, these three reads changed my perspective and brought me closer to inner peace.
When I started blogging, I realized I wanted to get back to the core of myself. How else could I begin to feel authentic if I was just to half-ass my posts? One of the ways in which I realized I was opening up my soul was through reading. I’ve always enjoyed reading but I’m super picky. I am always trying to learn something new with every page I flip through, which is why I love coming across strong self-help books.
Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is The Key To Unlocking Your Greatness (Vex King)
Vex King does an incredible job of writing an “easy to read” book that will have you finishing it within a day or two. He tackles everything you need to observe seriously about yourself in a light-hearted manner that has you questioning how you didn’t come across these lessons earlier in life. If you follow me on Instagram, you know I often post quotes from this read because it perfectly encompassed my own self-love journey while encouraging me to put my own emotions and stability at the forefront.
“I try to keep an open mind and to listen to other people’s perspectives. However, I’ve also learned not to waste time on people who have no interest in what I have to say, or why I say it. You must make sure you don’t involuntarily take part in the internal battles of others.”
– Vex King
Journey To The Heart: Daily Meditations on the Path to Freeing Your Soul (Melody Beattie)
S/O to my bestie for buying me this read! This book is everything I need to start my day off correctly. Melody Beattie gives you short, dated daily entries to follow along, that continuously remind us of the little steps we can take to better understand and tackle the chaos of life. She perfectly ties together notions of body, mind and soul while acknowledging the important role spirituality can make on our journey to finding inner peace.
“June 24, 2020
Restore Your Natural Balance
Seek healing, a refilling of energy and spirit, as soon as you see that you need it. You don’t have to push yourself to give, do, or perform when what your body, mind, soul and emotions need is to heal.”
Get Your Sh*t Together: How to Stop Worrying About What You Should Do So You Can Finish What You Need to Do and Start Doing What You Want to Do (Sarah Knight)
S/O to my bestie for buying me this read! This book is everything I need to start my day off correctly. Melody Beattie gives yI got this audiobook and went through it in one session. Sarah Knight is a legendary author when it comes to books that encourage you while hilariously giving you examples of why you need to change your thinking immediately. This was the kick in the ass I needed to quite literally “get my sh*t together”.
“Remember when I said we all have our “Oh Shit” moment? Well, sometimes I have mine topped with bacon, cheese, and a nervous breakdown.”
These reads are unique in their delivery but the message is all too similar. If you want to see a change in perspective, find some inner peace and become stronger you need to be willing to put in the effort. It’s up to you – and you can do it. These three books are a perfect starting point for your journey to inner peace.
If you’re interested in grabbing any of the books, simply click on the image next to the title – I’ve made it so simple with direct links to Amazon.
P.S. Audible gives you free book credits when you sign up! I listened to two books for free after signing up!
Let me know below what books you’ve read on your journey to finding inner peace, or if you have read these books – what did you think of them?
Check out more of my favourite reads in the Self-Love Shop. Each of the books listed represents a portion of my self-love journey and has positively impacted my ability to tackle daily life!
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