5 Books To Read When You’re Stuck In A Rut

Finding a good book to me is better than finding a parking spot at a shopping center. Recently I’ve been dwelling over which path to go on and I came across these 5 books that will help the journey feel less like work and more like cake.

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The Career Code

The Career Code is the perfect book for work related advice. Whether you’re looking for a job or hoping for a raise, the career code is here to help. Written by WhoWhatWear.com founders Hilary Kerr and Katherine power, the pair goes into details of how the successful site. This book breaks what to do and what not to do once you enter your field.

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Tales From The Back Road

Written by Cosmopolitan editor Amy Odell, Tales From The Back Row is Amy’s hilarious take on being a ‘nobody’ in the fashion industry. Odell share her experiences of wanting to be a known and accepted journalist in the fashion world. Tales from the back row is great for anyone experiencing a rough time making a name for their selves at their dream job.

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You Are A Badass

Jen Sincero takes all your doubts and fears and crushes them to little pieces. You are a badass is the perfect novel to help improve your everyday life.  Full of advice and inspirational stories, You Are A Badass is definitely a must have.

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Girl Boss

From dumpster diving to being the CEO of a multiple million dollar company, Sophia Amoruso teaches you how to become a Girl Boss. As the founder of Nasty Gal, Amoruso reminds you to never give up on a dream even if it sounds ridiculous. Calling all girl bosses, it is your time.

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Man Repeller: Finding Love, Seeking Overalls

Written by fashion Blogger Leandra Medine, Man Repeller: Finding Love, Seeking Overalls goes into detail about her life growing up in Manhattan, NY. From childhood crushes to finding a career she loves, this novel is witty and enjoyable.

 

 

 

 

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