This month I also read Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachel Hollis. Rachel is one of my favorite people to follow on Facebook and Instagram, and I've read her fiction series and have her cookbook, so I was excited to read her first non-fiction book.
I'll be honest, I find a lot of books like this to be major eye rollers. But I really enjoyed this one. Rachel shares a lot about her family's experience with foster care and adoption, which I found interesting because I work in that field. She didn't have an easy childhood and graduated high school early so she could move on her own to LA, where she worked her way up in an event planning company until she could start her own, and now she owns a multi-million dollar media company. I appreciated her advice, and her motivation and determination is contagious.
That's it for me this month. I just started Laura Bush's book Spoken from the Heart, and I have War Brides on my nightstand to start. Any great recommendations?