Five New Books for the Woman Who Does It All
There’s no question that we are all searching for the perfect work-life balance. As we become more involved in the political landscape of our communities, invested in social issues and interested in moving up in our careers, it can feel so overwhelming to do it all. These five books about strong women who have faced similar pressures and have come out on the other side feeling whole and fulfilled will leave you energized. These new books are sure to inspire you in your own journey.
by Laurie Buchanan, PhD
Author Laurie Buchanan believes that running your life is similar to running a business, putting together plans of action that will improve your life experience and overall success. In her latest book, Buchanan shows readers that there’s a way to merge the ways of self-help and business by investing in yourself and transforming your life for the better. For women who often feel like they’re juggling both the personal and professional aspects of their lives, The Business of Being is the book that will teach you how to incorporate your lucrative business practices into your real life and change the way you look at personal growth.
by Cara Alwill Leyba
Leyba pulled you in with her confidence building bestselling book Girl Code and now she’s back, ready to help you maintain that confidence. If we’re being honest, we’re thrown messages from all corners telling us that we have to win to be successful, have the latest hairstyle, makeup or biggest corner office to believe in our own self worth. Leyba breaks down her life experiences to help you learn how to spot toxic people and situations and gives you the tools to erase them from your experience.
Push to Purpose: 50 Lessons and Insights From the Paths of the World’s Best Female Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Changemakers
by Esra Ozturk
After surviving a terrorist attack in Istanbul, Esra Ozturk felt the need to realign her life and priorities, focusing on the things that made her feel alive. She came up with a process to suss out the most important things to her and a plan to put them into action. If you’re having a hard time figuring out your place in the world or recovering from setbacks, Push to Purpose will empower you and get you back on track.
by Jo Piazza
Charlotte Walsh knows what she wants and isn’t intimidated by the work it will take to get there. Her run for Senate has the potential to shift the political power in Congress which leads to some shady tactics by her opponents. And when long held secrets arise, she’ll find that they have the potential to destroy her campaign and her life. Charlotte will have to reconcile how badly she wants to win and the potential consequences that will bring in this new novel.
by Nell Painter
Nell Painter is proof that you’re never too old to follow your dreams. After an impressive career as a historian, Painter decided to return to college in her sixties to study painting. Her experience brought up an array of issues about how people treat others based on their ideas about age, looks and race. Painter’s absolute joy is infectious and her tenacity will inspire you.