Books: Two that changed my life

Some people love books, and others don’t. I am one of the former – our whole family are bookworms! So just in case you love a good book too, I thought I would share with you a couple which have been pretty significant for me in these last few years;

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch – written by Denise Duffield-Thomas

It’s all about getting to the core of your money blocks, and getting you headed in the right direction financially but not in a stiff-boring-difficult-so-you-don’t-feel-like-doing-it-kind-of-way. Unfortunately women have for a very long time been a ‘little’ (more like a lottle…) supressed when it comes to wealth, always being told that ‘it’s a mans world’, ‘women belong at home’, or that ‘a woman will never make as much as a man does’, but also being told that to be rich you HAVE to work hard. Well, not if Denise and her ever-growing tribe of ‘Lucky Bees’ have anything to say about it! I can honestly vouch that this book is full of genuinely useful and completely real ways to increase your wealth and live a first-class life without having to give up your 8 hours of sleep or your day job (if you don’t want to).

Light is the New Black – written by Rebecca Campbell

Before reading this book in 2015 I was a bit of a mess spiritually; I was terrified of death because I had no idea what I believed in. This book is for women who are here in this world right now to be bright guiding lights, but maybe feel like they’ve been dimmed by society. It guides you to come back home to who you really are at a soul level, it gives you practical tools (that don’t feel like chores) to reconnect and become who you always have been at your core – from there you can light up the world. Within a week I had read the book and was putting changes into action; I literally felt like a new human. If you’re feeling a little lost spiritually, I can’t recommend this book enough. Follow what lights you up, and you’ll light up the world.

I’ve read a bunch of brilliant books from Danielle La Porte, Celeste Barber and even The Dalai Lama, but I feel most changed by the above two. So that must be saying something!

What’s your favourite book? Comment below!

If you’re ‘feeling like a plastic bag drifting through the wind’ (thank you, Katy Perry) and you need some direction, why not get in touch with me so I can help. Click here & get yourself set up with a FREE 30-min intro coaching session!

A xo

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