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4 Perfect Books To Give For An 18th Birthday

We all remember our 18th birthday, it’s the time where we first begin to realise that adulthood is-a-looming. Here are 4 books to give to someone on their 18th birthday.

#1 Do One Thing Feel Better/Live Better by Julia Scalise

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Awareness of easy and manageable ways to live one's best life from physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual perspectives matters for anyone at any age, but it's a good foundation to have when entering young adulthood. Health and well-being incorporate more than just physiological aspects. Which is why I wrote and recommend this book. It has been a #1 best seller a few times since its publication in 2014. It is also a book that can be referenced over and over again in one's lifetime, as the tips are timeless and universal.

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Contributor: Julia Scalise, DN, PhD

#2 National Geographic Rarely Seen by National Geographic

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I recommend this amazing natural geographic book. It’s has fabulous pictures that will spark a desire for world travel and culture in your growing 18 year old! Talk together and fantasize about visiting other countries and exploring. Who knows? Your teen may long to travel abroad in collage years as a result of this book. Enjoy! 

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Contributor: Katie Ziskind from Wisdom Within Counseling

#3 Bossypants by Tina Fey

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Fey uses her voice to talk about her transformation from nerd to appearing on Saturday Night Live and her other professional pursuits. Talking about it all, from the pressure to be beautiful to the pressures of motherhood as well as romantic ups and downs, makes this book extremely engaging.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#4 Yes Please by Amy Poehler

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Amy Poehler’s memoir is a great read for any 18-year-old girl. She gives advice on confidence, self esteem, and how to advance in your career and in your relationships. With her relatable story-telling and jokes, Poehler captures readers’ attention and normalizes experiences that we all have.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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