Happy Saturday! I hope you're having a great weekend. I'm sorry for not posting yesterday. I had a crazy week and didn't get a chance to sit down and work on the blog.
Although I don't write book reviews on My Daily Wear, today I wanted to share with you two titles by Cara Alwill Leyba I think every woman who wants to transform her life should read.
As I'm currently on the self-development drive, I was recently browsing the internet for some inspirational articles and blogs to read. That's when I came across Cara Alwill Leyba, an author, Master Life Coach and mastermind behind The Champagne Diet blog.
In the past few years, Cara self-published four Amazon best selling books that encourage women to live their most effervescent lives and celebrate themselves. I read two of them during my trip to Poland the other week and thoroughly enjoyed them.
Sparkle: The Girl's Guide to Living a Deliciously Dazzling Wildly Effervescent, Kick-Ass Life
I know they say you should not judge a book by its cover but I was instantly attracted to this book thanks to the bright pink cover that imitates a diary.
Written in a very light hearted tone, Sparkle is a great pick me up book you can read in one night. Here, Cara talks about everything from her body issues to past relationships inspiring us to live a heathy life and pursue our dreams.
I have to admit that Sparkle reminded me that despite all the roadblocks I've encountered in my life, I can still conquer the world. All I need is the right frame of mind and some bubbly or sparkling water to celebrate little victories :)
Girl Code: Unlocking the Secrets to Success, Sanity and Happiness for the Female Entrepreneur.
As an aspiring girl boss, I couldn't wait to read Girl Code. In this book, Cara talks about how she started and built her brand. She also shares candid interviews with her fellow girl boss friends who tell us how they dealt with various issues such as lack of inspiration or jealousy from peers.
Although the book is primarily aimed at female entrepreneurs, I think its message applies to every woman out there. It talks about the importance of female empowerment and reminds us that we should be kind to each other and ourselves.
Have you read any of these books? What did you think about them?