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December book recommendation

I haven’t been reading as many book as I’d like to!

However, I read one book that changed my perspective on life and my mindset.

Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

This book truly opened my eyes to how the mind and finances work. If you are an entrepreneur or anyone who’s wanting to change your current finances / the way you handle money, this book is for you!

I learned some important tricks while reading and it really makes you think about how and why your current finances are the way the are. Eker does a great job at putting things into simple terms so it just clicks.

This book changed the way I look at certain individuals as well as motivated me!

Read it, you won’t regret it!

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My new goal is to try to read a new book a week, so far it’s been working for me. Doing so, I want to start giving book reviews / recommendations. Mainly, I’ve been reading a lot of self help books but I enjoy reading all types of books so I am going to recommend books of all different genres. Here is a few books you should add to your reading list for October.

THE SECRET by Rhonda Byrne

The secret is a well known law of attraction book that many have heard about. I’ve mentioned this book before and I stand by it 100%. I would recommend reading this book first if you’re just getting into LOA or manifestation. This book truly changed my outlook on everything.


This is the second book on law of attraction that I read and it is now my favorite. It goes in depth on manifesting which I really loved. I would absolutely recommend just ask the universe to anyone! After reading this book, my whole mindset felt energized, refreshed, motivated. While reading, I highlighted many sections because so much stood out to me. Read it!

SALT by Nayyirah Waheed

This is by far my favorite poetry book! It is beautifully written and the author does an amazing job at making you feel emotions as you read. There’s a poem for everyone in this book with poems on different topics. I read this book twice within a few days because I loved it so much.

GO ASK ALICE (anonymous)

Go Ask Alice is my favorite book of all time. It is a story of a young teens battle with drug addiction. I read it years ago and although it is one of the saddest stories I’ve ever read, it opens ones eyes. I would recommend this book, however, if you’re not a fan of heartbreaking stories or reading on drug addiction, this book isn’t for you.

So there we have it! My book recommendations for October! I’ll be back with new books for November!

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