My Favorite Motivational Books to Add to Your Reading List

Turning to self-help books is not always easy. When books are dubbed "self-help," it implies that we need assistance, when the truth is that we just need some motivation. Here are from of our favorite motivational books by women that are sure to leave you feeling inspired and grateful:

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

"What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while"

New York TImes Bestseller The Happiness Project is a combination of a memoir and a self-help book. Gretchen Ruben delves into her twelve month adventure in becoming a happier person, which is quirky and inspiring.  We love this book because it is relatable and an essential for anyone who seeks to optimize the pleasure in their lives. 

Living with Intent by Mallika Chopra

"By identifying our intentions - the seeds of our deepest longings -stating them and ultimately pursuing them, we're more likely to find the path to happiness, meaning, and relevance in our world."

This books chronicles Mallika Chopra's account on how to find more meaning, joy, and balance in her life. She is not afraid to talk about her imperfections, emphasizing how she is just like us. We love this book because Mallika offers an honest portrayal of her journey to be the best person she can possibly be.

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

"Your power is in your thoughts, so stay awake. In other words, remember to remember"

The Secret highlights gratitude and visualization as two of the most important processes to make one's desires manifest. This book teaches you how to use the secret in every aspect of your lives and to find the power within yourself. We promise that this book will serve as a revelation of your willpower and you will be left feeling stronger than ever.

Miracles Now by Gabrielle Bernstein

"Much of our anxiety and stress comes when we’re focused on fear and disconnected from the voice of our inner guide"

New York Time's Bestseller Miracles Now consists of 108 simple techniques to combat the most common problems we face such as frustration, jealousy, and resentment. We love and recommend this book because it is broken up into easy techniques that are designed to fit into our busy lifestyles.