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Book Review

The Sun and Her Flowers – Rupi Kaur

Rupi Kaur has again delivered a palpable collection of relatable aphorisms of personal experience. I must mention that I did not read Milk & Honey, and I picked up her book by chance from a list of best sellers at the store. Although her poems...

#GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso

Tacky title aside, I was engaged by Amoruso's unabashed discussion of personal growth and professional development. #GIRLBOSS isn't a literary masterpiece, and her writing style writing style can come across as narcissistic and shallow. However, she succeeds in showing the reader that in order to...

Persuasion by Arlene Dickinson

Dickinson comes across as both humble and strong, with the compassionate wisdom of a big sister. Arlene sets the foundation of Persuasion as authenticity, honesty and reciprocity. She encourages us to use these principles to persuade ourselves of our own self-worth and abilities, to maximize...

Thrive by Ariana Huffington

Arianna Huffington has achieved the two metrics that signal success in our society: money and power. But when she suddenly collapsed from built-up exhaustion, stress, and lack of sleep, she reawakened to the idea that there needs to be a Third Metric for defining success....