Books to Style Your Mind
We are half way through the year with summer travels around every corner and I can’t wait to dig in on my summer reading list. Nothing is more relaxing than taking some time on the beach or poolside to expand my imagination, get lost in a new place and learn a different perspective on life.
With mid-year goals, reading has been a big part of my life and creative processes to support my clients needs. In order to improve myself and stay inspired, I love to read books that elevate me to be a better version of myself. Style, self-improvement, stories of empowerment and manifestation to elevate my soul. You are what you eat and I believe you are what you read so style your mind.
Keep scrolling to check out my summer 2018 reading list.
Melissa Chataigne Summer Reading List
This book helped me heal after the death of my sister. This is a great read for anyone experiencing loss and using your pain as fuel to move forward.
Daily meditations and readings for your everyday prayer or manifestation practice. It will leave your refreshed and inspired.
You can read this as you wish, but it is great for anyone business owner or creative in need of a boost.
This is more of a coffee table book, but a guide to how slaying was created. Slay away!
Gabrielle Union does not hold back with hilarious and heartwarming stories of her life. You’ll leave on her fan club list.
This is the novel based on the hit AMC show starting Joy Nash, embracing body-positivity and rejecting diets.
It is self explainatory, but for anyone who wants to give up on their dreams, read this.
This is the book that started it all for everyone favorite traveling chef. The title of the book was even a show on FOX which was Bradley Cooper’s 1st leading role. This book makes you appreciate how incredible he was.
This book is not for the light of heart as it is discussed stage four lung cancer from the eyes of a neurosurgeon.
What books are on your summer reading list? What are your favorites books? Share with me below!
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