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Guest Post: What I Read in August

Ever since I joined Noi Club, I’ve been amazed by the wonderful connections I’ve made – I’ve found it all so inspiring and encouraging for me to keep going. I am so glad that I’ve been able to share some book tips in return – and that my new friend Vix has benefited from them! Please check out her beautiful blog for her words of wisdom.

another thirty something

Looking back over August, I read a lotMostly fiction – luxuriating in the pure please of reading a thrilling novel for no other reason than I wanted to.  But August has also been the month of starting and not finishing books so expect to see some of these books crop up again in later months if and when I finally finish them!

imageThe Gifts of Imperfection – Brené Brown

Why I Picked It Up: This was recommended by my new friend Siobhan, who blogs over at ToGetHer Further.  Siobhan and I both struggle with perfectionism, piling on the pressure for no real reason.  She said this book really resonated with her so I was curious to try it.

What the Cover Says: Each day we face a barrage of images and messages from society and the media telling us who, what, and how we should be. We…

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2 thoughts on “Guest Post: What I Read in August”

  1. Thank you for re-posting this! I totally share your feelings on the connections through groups like Noi Club – it’s incredibly empowering to have mutual support for our journeys xx

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  2. Thank you so much ladies! I am very glad the NOI Club is doing what I created it for! To make us all feel great, empowered and closer to our goals. The serendipity we create by simply helping each other is magnificent.

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