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5 Books All Girl-Bosses Should Read


  • 1.Bossypants by Tina Fey:

Bossypants is the autobiography of the beloved and hilarious Tina Fey. This book represents Tina Fey as she really is, which is a smart, unyielding woman who has somehow made her way to the top of what may be considered a predominantly man's profession. This book follows Fey from her childhood years all the way to her height of her present success. Hilarious, down to earth, and inspiring. A review in the New York Times stated that Bossypants is “a spiky blend of humor, introspection, critical thinking and Nora Ephron-isms for a new”.

  • 2.Yes Please by Amy Poehler:

This tell-all book from the hilarious comedian and actress, Amy Poehler, jam packed with personal stories, as well as useful advice and words to live by. The book is divided into three parts, "Say Whatever You Want", "Do Whatever You Like", and "Be Whoever You Are", and while this book will make you laugh, it will also make you think. The New Yorker review of this book stated: “Yes Please delivers what it should: life lessons and vicarious thrills…the book is largely a portrait of confidence. Reading it, some of it rubs off on us”.

  • 3.Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert:

Eat Pray Love is a book that has changed and inspired countless lives, and is ultimately about a search to become your best self. While this is not a new book, it is a timeless story that continues to ring true. This inspirational story of a woman trying to find herself is one that we can all relate to in one way or another. The New York Times states; "Gilbert’s prose is fueled by a mix of intelligence, wit and colloquial exuberance that is close to irresistible”.

  • 4.#GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso:

Who would have known that the founder of the ultra-successful online retailer, Nasty Gal, was once dumpster diving and a school drop out. This book is her memoir for girls just like her, the outsiders seeking a unique path to success. This book teaches that being successful is not dependent on where your from, where you went to school, or even how popular; ultimately, you create your own success and that's exactly what she did. Embrace your inner #girlboss, and ready this women-empowering book that Vanity Fair says “teaches the innovative and entrepreneurial among us to play to our strengths, learn from our mistakes, and know when to break a few of the traditional rules”.

  • 5.I Feel Bad About My Neck by Nora Ephron:

I Feel Bad About My Neck takes a candid look at women who are getting older and therefore dealing with all the things that come along with that. The best thing about this book is it's timeless truths that ultimately appeal to any age group. This book is truthful, intimate, and laugh out loud funny Los Angeles Times states that "women who find themselves somewhere between the arrival of their first wrinkle and death have to hear only the title to get the message”.

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