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8 Books Every Woman In Their 30’s Should Read

Your 30’s are a confusing time. You’re still discovering new things about yourself, and carving a solid career path, while some of your friends might be getting married and having kids. Here are 8 books every woman in their 30’s should read.

#1 The i in Life by Sara Delpasand

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What is “The I in Life”? 

Finding your purpose in life will stimulate behavioral consistency; serving as the motivating force to overcome obstacles, seek alternative means, and maintain focus on the goal in spite of changes to the environment that may interfere with the pursuit. 

Self-Empowerment 

Sara believes that if you uncover a sense of purpose in life and you can survive nearly anything. This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one. 

Business 

Differences between the way Swedish executives operate vs. American business practices 

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Contributor: Nicholas Berson from Lobeline Communications

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#2 You Are a Badass® by Jen Sincero

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 It is perfect for women in their 30's who came out of the quarter life crisis of their late 20's and are ready to kick butt! I am a woman in her 30's and this book resonates with me on another level. 

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Contributor: Sarah Fournier from Caffeine and Conquer

#3 Searching for God in the Garbage

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From an Amazon reviewer: I was completely blown away by her courageous account of her painful preteen and teenage years, her search for meaning, and her struggle with an eating disorder. Despite being an attractive and popular Harvard graduate and medical school student, she was dissatisfied with her path in life, and she searched for a more authentic existence.

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Contributor: Bracha Goetz from Bracha's Books

#4 A Girl’s Guide to Chicago

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This book is perfect for anyone who is looking to move to Chicago or is looking for the confidence to make a big move. A Girl's Guide to Chicago is a fun and lighthearted novel but it's also a guide to help you move to and experience the best places in Chicago.

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Contributor: Kelly Russell from A Girl's Guide to Chicago

#5 Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

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From the Contributor: I only read it for the first time a couple of years ago, so I thought I was a bit delayed reading such a bible for working women. But surprisingly, I've found that a lot of my friends are yet to read it! So for those who haven't read it either, I would recommend Lean In because it provides practical advice and insights about how to get ahead in the workplace as a woman navigating the often tricky world of business and work relations. From salary negotiation to getting your voice heard, it's essential reading for working women who aren't satisfied with just accepting the status quo.

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Contributor: Monica Mizzi from Monica Mizzi Freelance Writing and Digital Marketing

#6 The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau

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The first time I read this book, I knew I wanted to read it at least once per year. This book helped me remember that we all start with humble beginnings but there is literally no limit to what we can achieve. I recommend this book for late-bloomer entrepreneurs and aspiring boss babes.

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Contributor: Melissa Profeta from Prime Press

#7 Wisdom from a Happy Woman by Cynthia MacGregor

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Many motivational/inspirational books exist to tell you how to be a good leader, get ahead in business, etc., but this book tells you how to have a happy life. First in a series of four. (Wisdom from a Happy Woman – Book 2 will be available later this year) 

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from Wisdom from a Happy Woman

#8 You are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero

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From the Contributor: I highly recommend this book for fixing your money mindset as a modern woman in her 30s! Jen told wonderful stories about a long period in her life where she had limiting beliefs, a bad character, and made bad money decisions. She taught me how she was able to turn her situation around, and how anyone can do it too. 

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Contributor: Karla from KarlaSingson

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Written by Taegan Lion