Growing up, I'd always dreamt of being a journalist. Maybe it was the flashy lifestyle I perceived news reporters on screen to have. Or the ability to travel and connect with people from various cultures. Perhaps it was the prospect
The Mountain Is You by Brianna Wiest turned out to be a refreshingly honest and insightful guide to overcoming self-sabotage and achieving self-mastery. And I stumbled upon it at one of the most trying moments. I have had a lot
Amy takes us through her journey from the corporate world to running her own business. It wasn’t an easy journey. From finding the courage to quit her 9-5 job to struggling to find her footing as a coach. At one
What I love about Invisible Women is the wide selection of data the author uses to back up how we really are invisible in each of these sections. Sadly, I could relate to most, if not all, of these instances.
The author has covered all the important factors of personal finance planning, from setting your goals and saving to investing and managing your risks. The chapters on each of the topics are broad, honestly. The topic of investing, for example,
Think Like a Breadwinner by Jennifer Barrett focuses on one major thing: making women rethink their positions as providers, whether they are in a relationship or not. The author's goal, as I gather from the book title, is to help
Most of these lessons and discussions by the author might be common knowledge for some. And yes, reading through it could feel like repetitive work if you have read books and studies in this genre. But — and this is
Born in Congo, Dr. Mukwege gives an account of his childhood and how it might have helped shape the person he became. One of the key lessons from all of this was his upbringing, where house chores were never assigned