The SuperShe life, is one that is alway on-the-go. Whether we’re waiting in the airport terminal to catch yet another flight or lounging on the beach in Hawaii, we fill our brains with knowledge and know how. Here are 4 books the women from SuperShe recommend you must read this Spring.
The Anatomy of the Spirit by Carolyn Myss M.D.
This is a book we wish everyone would read. Carolyn Myss is an acclaimed medical intuitive. Her book decodes how your emotions positively or negatively affect your biology. Dr. Myss breaks down the truth behind the saying that your biography becomes your biology. Meaning, the way you live your life, your perspective, your happiness, your stresses do affect the biological make-up in your body that can lead to disease if not cared for. Everything starts with your emotions. Read this book to learn how happiness can keep you healthy. Carolyn, “Everything that is alive pulsates with energy and all of this energy contains information.”
Just Kids by Patti Smith
Patti Smith, a rockstar turned writer! You may know her for her music, such as “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Because the Night” but she is more than a musician. Her book “Just Kids”published in 2010 is one of love and life.
Gondola by Donna Leon
Lose yourself in a mystery. All of Donna Leon’s mysteries take place in Venice, Italy. Even if you’ve never been to Venice, Donna Leon writes with a vivid and inclusive fashion that will allow you to travel in and out of the cities hidden places.
This Changes Everything by Naomi Klein
The New York Times stated “Capitalism vs. the Climate is a book of such ambition and consequence that it is almost unreviewable. To call ‘This Changes Everything’ environmental is to limit Klein’s considerable agenda.” This is a must-read for every international SuperShe concerned with responsible consumption and world health.
TIP: Audiobooks Part of being a SuperShe is packing like a minimalist. Luckily, in this day and age you don’t have to shove books into your Gucci bag. Download audiobooks to your phone, one less thing and you can listen as you lift off.