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Really Good F Words by Lorrie Forde

I received Really Good F Words written by Lorrie Forde to review through iRead Book Tours. As always, all the opinions shared are my own.

There were two things that affirmed this book and I were going to work out well together. Flipping through it, the first sentence my eyes landed on was: “Self-care is not selfish. It is a healthy practice and essential to our ability to care for those around us.”

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Emotions and Self-Love #CreativeSelfLove

Disclosure: I received a complimentary digital copy of Cheryl Bridge’s book “Me, Myself, & I ~ 28 Days of Creative Self-Love”. My opinion and my inner wisdom are authentic and 100% my own.

#CreativeSelfLove is definitely different than any other self-help or journaling activity I have participated in. The key is to create a multidimensional experience through words, music, creative exercises and journaling prompts. Yes, it covers all aspects of your creative side while providing genuine reflections on the different areas and concepts of self-love.

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When Dreams Touch by Rosemary Hanrahan

I received When Dreams Touch by Rosemary Hanrahan to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, as always, all the opinions shared are my own.

Caught between the 1980’s HIV/AIDS global pandemic and the devastating January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, three women strive to realize their dreams.

Pregnant and uneducated, 16-year-old Adelaide trades her dream of escaping the grinding poverty of her rural village for hopes of a better life for her unborn child.

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Mind Over Bullies by D.K. Smith

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of Mind Over Bullies: A MOB Forms by D.K. Smith through my affiliation with iRead Book Tours. After reading my review, head here to read the thoughts of others on this book tour and to enter a giveaway for a $100 Amazon Gift Card and one of 5 MOB logo wristbands.

People that feel bullied just need to toughen up.

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Calming the Chaos by Jackie Woodside

The introduction of Calming The Chaos sold me. The author mentions the struggles of living and thriving with an attention deficit disorder and I knew this was the book for me. Often it is hard to explain (and contain) the numerous thoughts and actions swirling through one’s brain if you have Attention Deficit (Hyperactive) Disorder and Jackie Woodside seemed to GET it! Whether or not you have ADHD, you’ll be able to take the practical ideas and habits outlined in Calming The Chaos to bring order to any and all areas of your personal and / or professional lives.

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Lessons In Military Leadership for Entrepreneurs: An Army Wife’s Perspective

Sometimes your lessons in entrepreneurship come from the most unsuspecting sources.

I was first drawn to his quiet command. A man of very little words, a smile that started in his eyes and slow to reach his lips. When he spoke, it was concise and to the point. He was a watcher. I noticed him watching me (but he’ll swear that I was watching him first) and gave a slight smile and “Hello”

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Do You Have The Courage To Be You? by Jenny Williamson

I received a free copy of Do You Have The Courage To Be You? written by Jenny Williamson to review through iRead Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.

The title of this book quickly drew me in and piqued my interest. As I began reading, I was hit with familiarity as the author shared an experience with an authority figure that wrongly misconstrued her actions,

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