From Passion to Profit takesyou step-by-step through starting a profitable online enterprise in less than six weeks. Creative mamas and makers of all sorts swear by this book for its no-nonsense tips and advice for everything from developing your products and services to branding yourself and getting traffic to your online store. Power of Transparency Are you a mom struggling with work-life balance? Lisa Liberatore gets it, and her book, Power of Transparency , offers a solution: Her story is incredible: Her bite-sized concepts and strategies make this book truly memorable and, more importantly, actionable.
Secrets of Six-Figure Women Dig this: What makes these women able to pull these incomes, even in varied industries? What she found is that, though these women came from different backgrounds and have vastly different careers and work experiences, certain characteristics remain the same. Mama Gena lays it all there for us, ladies.
Check out the podcast , hear what Regena has to say on the magical topic of pussy, and learn to embrace what makes, well… us. The 5 Love Languages This one is just a staple for every woman and man to read. The 5 Love Languages: The Secret To Love That Lasts is such an impactful book because it shows us how we can all give love, and receive love, in the most powerful way unique to us.
You think you know someone, and what makes them tick? You may want to think again. Gary Chapman, author of the 5 Love Languages, puts love and relationships into a whole new perspective, one which might just flip your world on its head.
Never did it occur to me there was more than one kind of unspoken love language, but here we are. And, admittedly, Chapman digs right into you and those around you. This 1 bestseller for the NYTimes is here to stay. Make sure the people you care about are, too, and learn their language.
Divorce Divorce Poison Parental alienation is real, mamas. Warshak discusses this form of abusive behavior in depth in his book, Divorce Poison. Part One offers support and comfort for women coping with the stress and pain of separation and divorce.
Part Two is very practical advice for everything from managing social life post-divorce, helping children cope and understand the shifts, taking care of a home on your own, choosing and dealing with divorce lawyers, and many more guides. Anyone looking for a one-two-punch of compassion and advice in the wake of a divorce should grab a copy ASAP! Her techniques and questions are meant to promote self-analysis and get to the root of relationship and marital issues, which she follows with no-BS, practical advice for relationships — new or old — delivered in a clear manner.
Dinosaurs Divorce Dinosaurs Divorce by Marc Brown has been a learning and coping tool for families for over 25 years. It even helps kids know how things will change once divorce takes place, such as celebrating holidays and special occasions. Knowing why divorce happens and what to expect has made so many kids feel more comforted and secure, and I highly recommend helping them learn with an age-appropriate book like this one. She teeters on the edge of blowing her stack as her little Llama Llama gets grumpy during holiday shopping, refuses to share with his playmates, takes all his frustrations out on the poor woman, and will not stay in bed already.
Stay strong, Mama Llama! In her book, Daring Greatly , she helps her readers understand one of the least-valued traits: She explains that vulnerability and the willingness to trust without guarantee of success, is the key to living a brave and meaningful life. Through countless interviews with people of all walks of life, Brene helps us make the connection between allowing ourselves to fall, get uncomfortable, gain footing again and rise with more identity, truth, and an appreciation for the process.
In this book, she digs down into her own creative process and reveals her unique perspective on the art of inspiration — managing it, growing it, and embracing it. His raw, real, and honest perspective is the opposite of coddling — he wants us to stop running from painful truths, fears and limitations and start seeking the honesty, responsibility, curiosity and strength we need to build the lives we want. In Rising Strong , she discusses the importance of resetting yourself in order to live, love, parent and lead more effectively.
She empowers her readers to allow themselves to transform into whatever they want to be, and to embrace their process. This is a perfect book for divorced single moms, or anyone trying to get back on the horse.
The book includes insight into how we process information and think about things on a basic level, and what impact those little actions and thoughts have on our interpretation of absolutely everything in life. In this part-memoir-part-inspirational book, see how drastically her life became once she started opening herself up to new opportunities, shutting down self-doubt and self-sabotage, and exploring her newly empowered self.
If you ever find yourself too busy to get anywhere in a book hello, raise your hand, single mamas!