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Wonderful self-help books – CURRENT reads

Hi πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

Today I managed to have some time to myself to re-read these books that I am reblogging. These are two of my favourite self-help books ❀ ❀

I love books that are empowering and help me grow in a positive way. Books that show examples from people who have had experiences on doing things that changed them for the better, and want to share that knowledge with others.

I have another job interview tomorrow, and will hear from the interview I had yesterday by Friday. I am always up for feeling positive about things, but for this I do not want to get my hopes up too much.

It is best to go to each interview and do my best and know that the right job will be offered to me. I am really looking forward to working in Sydney CBD as it will be easier to attend events and visit galleries after work (and I will finally get the chance to do some fun vlogging).

I will reply to comments on my blog this weekend. I hope everything is going well for you, and that you keep doing what you love.

Thank you so much for reading. Have a great day!

 

Capili Jiron x x

Artist by beauty

Life is a personal journey. Each one of us has aΒ different path, and is a unique person.

Self-help books are a wonderful way to guide you on your journey, and can help with personal growth.

I always find it is great to add to my knowledge, the teachings of other people who are wiser and have experienced life for longer. There is no limit to learning new things, and it is always fascinating toΒ discover new passions that you have not thought of trying before.

Post 1 Dec 2016 Pic 1.pngI purchased the following books from eBay. I usually purchase books online as I can search for the best price that includes free shipping. I am currently reading these books, and will review them once I have completed them.

Post 1 Dec 2016 Pic 2.pngYou’re born an original (don’t die a copy) – by John Mason – I have been wanting to get this book for quite some time. I…

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