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3 Books To Help You Better Yourself

If you’re ready to have more confidence, build willpower, and age better, I have three books in my stack of review books that you might want to check out.

5 Weeks To Self-Confidence by Lynn Matti

519qK3vX01L._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Building confidence isn’t always an easy thing to do. There are so many things that can get in the way fo feeling good about yourself. While a book may not have all the answers, it will help you get on the right track.

In the pages of 5 Weeks To Self-Confidence, you’ll learn what makes us self-confident and how to build up your self-esteem. The lessons and tips for building your self-confidence are broken down into weekly, easy-to-digest instructions. By the time you are done with the fifth week, you’ll have what you need to keep working on yourself!

I love that this book is such an easy guide to follow. You’ll learn how to set goals that will start the building blocks of your new, confident life. That’s my favorite part—I’m big on goal setting!

Aging Brilliantly by Dr. Patricia Pimentel Selassie41IcTPWPq1L._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_

I’m sure you’ve noticed that some people age better than others. I get told I look much younger than I am often. I am 45, and I’ve been told I look as young as 18, though most often it’s mid-twenties or mid-thirties. Even mud-thirties is subtracting a decade off my life. The thing is, I don’t feel like I am aging so gracefully, what with all the joint aches and mystery pains.

So, that’s what made me snatch up a free copy of Aging Brilliantly from the publisher. I need some tips because looking younger than you are isn’t the only way to age gracefully. I may have good genes for a young-looking face and healthy skin (for the most part), but I have bad genes when it comes to heart health and joint pains!

Aging Brilliantly walks you through the importance of eating right, staying active, and even the reasons why you need to take time out to relax. Part of aging gracefully also comes from the right stimulation, which means connecting with people and finding the things that make you happy.

How To Win With Willpower by Aliya Levinson

410HnIS9y4L._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_ (1)How To Win With Willpower will help you learn to be stronger about a lot of things in your life. It’s separated into 75 strategies you can start implementing immediately (if you choose).

It’s a very immersive book. Each strategy includes a description to let you know how the strategy is going to help you, followed by the steps to help you do it.

I love that there are so many ways offered in here to help you learn self-discipline and gain control over your wants. These lessons include learning how to develop an attitude of gratitude, how to create calm within yourself, how to lower the stress in your life, how to build new habits, and so much more.