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12 Books 30 Year Old Women Are Delighted To Read

For the girls just arriving at chapter thirty of their lives.

It is finally here, the dreaded time so many warned you about and that you and your girl friends have but recently started to consider as very real and threatening. All bets are off. Run for your life! You’ve just become thirty years old!

… And that’s the end of the silliness. All the myths around women turning thirty are simply baseless old wives’ tales. Age is nothing but a number and we know it. Still, sometimes you need a little reminder of how insignificant it actually is, and for that, there are these books 30-year-old women can really relate to. Ditch your fear about the number and entertain yourself reading these.

#1 Incremental Improvements: Change Your Life One Small Step At A Time

Incremental Improvements: Change Your Life One Small Step At A TimeGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

The author shares ideas and strategies for making improvements in many aspects of one’s life. For a 30 year old woman who is trying to juggle her career, her relationships, her family, and possibly even motherhood, this book suggests many potential actions and behaviors that can help to lead the reader on the path to success and personal development in a more manageable way. The reader may also learn techniques for dealing with life’s various challenges without becoming overwhelmed.

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#2 The Last Romantics: A Novel by Tara Conklin

The Last Romantics: A Novel by Tara Conklin Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This book is about love. The love we have for our spouses, the love for ourselves, but above all, the love we have for our siblings. The book has nothing to do with romance, but rather how 4 siblings are shaped by a dark time in their childhood when their father dies and their mother goes into a deep depression.

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#3 365 Days of Happiness by Jacqueline Pirtle

365 Days of Happiness by Jacqueline Pirtle Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

In 365 Days of Happiness, author, energy healer, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight. Each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a “high for life” frequency where you can reach happiness anywhere at any time.

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#4 Negotiate It! by Lynn Price

Negotiate It! by Lynn Price Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Often, young women don’t negotiate because they either have a fear of negotiation or simply haven’t been taught. This book discusses the fears associated with this skill and tangible ways to overcome them. It provides low-risk scenarios where women can practice making the ask. It also teaches the formula of the Three R’s which will enable women to confidently adopt the Don’t Ask, Don’t Get philosophy.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#5 BOGUS BEAUTY by Richard Pawlowski

BOGUS BEAUTY by Richard Pawlowski Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

I loved it! He really hit the nails on their heads. I have watched women my entire life, often wondering why they do what they do, to each other and themselves. Richard breaks down the different psychosis into organized archetypes. His insights are thought provoking and he tempers the volatile subject matter with his brand of humor, which I appreciated also.

Sadly I am sure many thin skinned PC femmes will be upset by the reading of this, but if you truly wish to be a better woman you will not prolong facing these dark parts of our gender any more than you must and stop the madness! It should be required reading in Women’s Studies courses 🙂 seriously. You are a brave man for writing this book and I think your insights are a valuable resource Richard , Bravo!

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#6 The Uterus’ Guide to Raising a Baby

The Uterus' Guide to Raising a BabyGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

A great book for new mom’s preparing for motherhood! It brings to light all the little moments that aren’t talked about during motherhood and gives a humourous twist to it. Being a new mom is hard and I read this nodding my head and laughing at each page because I can relate to all of this! A great read and I definitely recommend it. It would make a great baby shower gift or new baby gift for any mom.

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#7 Follow Your Detour by Lindsay McKenzie

Follow Your Detour by Lindsay McKenzie Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Follow Your Detour is a perfect book for any woman, but especially at 30, when the reality that life rarely goes as we plan it to starts to set in. Young women spend a lot of their youth and early adulthood planning out their lives – when they’ll get married and have children, their careers, purchasing their first home, etc. We’ve always been told to follow our dreams, but what happens when those dreams aren’t working out? Divorce? Infertility? Loss of a job or a loved one? We quickly learn that often times those plans don’t work out and we run into dead ends along the paths we work so hard to create for ourselves. Follow Your Detour is a book about just that! It shares the author, Lindsay’s, own journey of loss and how she embraced the most difficult dead end in her life as a detour. The concept of a detour is critical in life.

Understanding that sometimes detours end up leading us on journeys better than we could have imagined or planned for ourselves helps us find purpose in our pain and faith in the future. No matter what you’re going through, this book will help you find the courage to accept it, overcome your fears of uncertainty, and push forward towards finding the real you and discovering the greatness that’s out there waiting for you. All you have to do is follow that detour!

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#8 Rock Solid Confidence by Jan M. Whalen

Rock Solid Confidence by Jan M. WhalenGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Jan’s down-to-earth approach to achieving confidence in any arena is built on a lifetime of experience and it’s easy to see she’s mastered the climb!

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#9 You Are the Perfect Age by Jan M, Whalen

You Are the Perfect Age by Jan M, WhalenGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

How do you feel about your age? This book explores the worldview of ten women, each stepping into a new decade, from 10 to 100. You will compare and contrast your own life to these women, and glimpse into the future of those ages you aspire to celebrate. The gift of life is ours to celebrate. Celebrate your perfect age.

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#10 I Gave Up Men For Lent by Kacie Main

I Gave Up Men For Lent by Kacie Main Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

In I Gave Up Men for Lent, Kacie tells her own story of self-reflection, but really she is telling the story of every girl who is trying to balance pursuing love with defining her own self-worth; every child trying to build healthy adult relationships with their family members; every young professional trying to understand the intersection of motivation and contribution. Read this book and you’ll better understand yourself and those you love the most. It is a story of being honest about your past to understand your present… and changing your present to go after the future you really want… where you are the best version of you.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

#11 Girl, Wash Your Face By Rachel Hollis

Girl, Wash Your Face By Rachel HollisGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Girl, Wash Your Face was what I needed to read right when I needed to read it. This book will give the 30-something woman the motivation she needs to become exactly who she is meant to be. This book encourages women to chase their dreams even if they feel so far away. It’s a reminder that even the strongest, most well-rounded women, fail and fail again. Girl wash your Face is the the woman who needs a little push to do the thing that terrifies her!

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#12 Girl, Stop Apologizing By Rachel Hollis

Girl, Stop Apologizing By Rachel HollisGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Girl, Stop Apologizing gives women permission to be successful. This book reminds women that we shouldn’t feel guilty for following our passions, for working outside the home, or for making self care a priority. This should be a staple for a 30-year-old woman and mother who is trying to balance it all while the world is telling her to just stop it!

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Contributors to this article
Mike Brodsky from Incremental Improvements

Candess Zona-Mendola from MakeFoodSafe

Jacqueline Pirtle from FreakyHealer

E. Lynn Price from Lynn Price Consulting

Richard Pawlowski from BogusBeauty

Trina Folse from The Uterus’ Guide to Raising a Baby

Lindsay McKenzie from FollowYourDetour

Kelly Lorenzen from KLM Consulting, Marketing and Management

Kacie Main from Kacie Main LLC

Joyce Santos from But First, Joy

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