During the month of March, we are focusing on Mindfulness,check out our Instagram to join us on our mindfulness journey! With that beingsaid, I am rereading Girl, Wash Your Face, by Rachael Hollis. I first heardabout Girl, Wash Your Face on Facebook. It seemed as though the book took offovernight. Based off of the quotes consuming my daily newsfeed, I knew I neededto order this book ASAP. I am also a sucker for a good “self-help” book!
Girl, Wash Your Face aims to help its readers see thelies that we tell ourselves every day. Racheal uses lies she has told herself, whichmakes the book very relatable. She uses each chapter to discuss a certain liesuch as; “Lie: There’s only one right way to be,” “Lie: I should be furtheralong by now,” and “Lie: I don’t know how to be a mom.” With each chapter, shedebunks those lies in a “Things that helped me” section at the end. We get tolearn from her experience, an experience that, in all likelihood, we can relateto hard.
I have already read this book once and it’s an extremelyeasy read and a reflective read at the same time. There are so many helpfultips and tricks that I am still taking notes the second time around.
Have you read Girl, Wash Your Face? If so, what did you think about it? Do you have any suggestions on books that are similar?