For everyone, their 20âs are a transformative and essential decade for their development which will determine much of their future, and this is doubly true for all the young women out there going through this decade of their lives.
Is during this time that theyâll need some solid guidance regarding which paths to take at the many crossroads theyâll encounter regularly, and thereâs not better guidance that the one given from those that have already walked down this path and, luckily, wrote all about it. This selection of the best books for women in their 20s surely will have you greatly relating to the struggle described and, hopefully, teach you which paths to take and which to avoid.
Worldwide Healing Anthology Blue Girl Turned Gold, inspired by Award Winning Activist, Non Profit Founder / CEO Blue Girls Turned Gold and Visionary Myesha Monique Collins. This 3 part Anthology was her own power in healing. This project has allowed and continues to allow others to heal and share. Through healing and sharing these books have offered new lives, new mindsets, and new opportunities for Greatness! This work, Blue Girl Turned Gold Volume 1 Experiences shape who you are but they do not dictate who you become, has been a blueprint for those experiencing life. The resources included provide a clear path to healing and ultimately greatness and success! Experiences shared in this book are relatable to those who are aware of the healing on a personal level that is required in order for them to move forward in a positive self fulfilling manner. Blue Girl Turned Gold is a must read, referred by a reader as, needed for the soul.
This workbook, designed to help learn a more effective way to deal with the stress of daily life through mindfulness, is an excellent suggestion for women in their 20’s. Often this group hasn’t had the life experience or instruction from their parents on how to manage daily life or find enjoyment in their daily existence. These useful skills can be carried through a lifetime. The program was developed from my own triumph over anxiety and depression, and is based on proven psychology and the science of neuroplasticity – the ability of the brain to create new neural pathways and overcome past trauma.
I believe every woman, trying to conceive or not, should read this book to learn more about her menstrual cycle. This is the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) bible. No, I am not talking about the Rhythm Method. FAM is based on your individual body and menstrual cycle. Ms. Weschler explains how to use basal body temperature (your oral temperature upon waking), cervical mucus, and cervical position to determine if and when you are ovulating, a normal cycle, and when to be concerned.
Despite the title, the book is great for women in their twenties. Are you in your twenties and worried it’s ‘now or never’? The media loves to shame women who may have other interests than simply having a baby and to scare them with fear mongering statistics but the truth is that getting pregnant in your thirties and older is not only possible but highly probable. We offer 12 narratives from real women who had babies over 35 couples with the best coping advice, social science research, clear explanation of fertility facts, and Pregtiquette (the etiquette of trying to conceive and pregnancy).
I think the title says it all! This is a delightful read about harnessing your inner wealth of creativity. Spoiler alert: it’s not about being an artist and we are all innovative beings!
“Do you have fun with your own life?
How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day?
In 365 Days of Happiness, author, energy healer, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight. Each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a âhigh for lifeâ frequency where you can reach happiness anywhere at any time. ”
In I Gave Up Men for Lent, Kacie tells her own story of self-reflection, but really she is telling the story of every girl who is trying to balance pursuing love with defining her own self-worth; every child trying to build healthy adult relationships with their family members; every young professional trying to understand the intersection of motivation and contribution. Read this book and you’ll better understand yourself and those you love the most!
I am recommending this book because I think that it is important for young women to start thinking about their future and to start building wealth early. My goal is to start planting the seed that if you start making smart money choices early your will see the fruits of those choices manifest itself later and it will have a much more positive impact on your financial future.
This book has opened all of our eyes to how we should be treating our bodies and our minds when it comes to food and eating. Intuitive Eating is a book I wish I would have read five years ago.
Based on 15 years experience, the feedback from millions of readers, and over 100,000 HR professionals, recruiters, and hiring managers, Ladders 2019 Interviews Guide provides easy and effective advice for fast-rising and mid-career professionals from the leader in $100K- $500K careers. In about 90 minutes, Cenedella shares the best insights and hand-picked advice from his decades-long experience.
I recommend this book for all readers because the protagonist is thirteen at the beginning of the story, and it’s a gritty, gripping thriller that will be sure to keep readers enthralled from the first page to the last. Set in the Texas Panhandle, it tackles the tough topics of family, friends, and how it can cost a young person to fall in with the wrong crowd. In this case, the main characters are young adults and female, so the perspective is more relatable to female readers.
Sexual health is important in your 20âs! 43% of all women experience sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives and 10-28% of reproductive-aged women have vulvodynia (Pukall, 2016). Treatment for painful sex conditions such as vaginismus, vulvodynia and dyspareunia can be expensive, as many are not covered by insurance, but there is a self-treatment option available for them. I wrote this book so women with these treatable sexual pain disorders no longer have to suffer, and they can do this in the privacy of their own homeâ says Heather Jeffcoat, Los Angeles-based physical therapist and owner of Femina Physical Therapy.
This book had an incredible impact on me and really made me question the fear and self-doubt I had been giving into in all areas of my life. I love that this book laid out the challenges we may face on our journey to self-love and living our truth, with techniques to overcome them, as well as activities to start the journey to self-love. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
Women can have it all today, but how can they decide what to choose? Will they study, work, travel or create their own project? Positive psychology author, Amba Brown has written a truly engaging and inspiring read – great for anyone who hasn’t yet worked out what they’ll do with their life. With lovely quotes, information and images, Amba helps guide you through your transition.
With so much food and body obsession in our culture this book is a breath of fresh air. It talks about the myth of using weight, BMI, and size to determine someone’s health. The info provided in this book is evidence based. As a non-diet lifestyle coach, I’m confident this book will be foundational in changing the way women look at and treat their bodies for years to come.
If you’ve ever struggled with weight loss and dieting, this book is a must read. It helps you learn how to trust your body more around food. It also provides a solid framework to help you heal your relationship with food and yourself.