Have you read the book Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis yet? Every woman I knew was ranting and raving about this book last Spring. At first, I worried the hype of this book would leave me disappointed in the end. What I discovered was quite the opposite. I found myself marking pages, taking screen shots of powerful paragraphs and sending them to friends or family. In one page Hollis would share embarrassing stories that would leave your stomach aching from the laughter then share shocking statements that would shake your core with it’s truths.
Raw, Powerful and Life-altering
“I peed my pants last week. ” That is the first line of Girl, Wash Your Face. If this doesn’t set the tone for the rest of the book- I don’t know what will. Throughout this novel Hollis shared embarrassing and tragic stories about herself, exposing raw emotions that many women, many people can relate to.
If you haven’t had a chance to read Girl Wash Your Face- I urge you to reconsider. Hollis directs her readers to stop believing the lies about who you are, so you can become who you were meant to be. In each chapter Hollis shines a light on the lies she once believed through her life experiences and ends each chapter on the three ways you too can stop believe those lies.
Hollis shares raw stories, empowers her readers and encourages life-altering advice in each chapter on each page. Girl, Wash Your Face is the perfect book to host a book club about. In fact, several weeks ago Mommy Convos hosted their first live- book club night. We were honored to share our thoughts and feelings with so many of our readers. If you are hosting a book club of your own, good for you! Glad you found your tribe, it’s important to have people in your corner. We’ve created a new freebie for you to head up your own book club and we think you’ll love it! Just click here to sign up and grab our latest free Book Club Series ebook. Not apart of a book club? Well Mommy Convos would love to host a virtual book club night twice or maybe even three times a year!
Have you read any life-changing books lately? What kind of books would you like to see our Mommy Convos community chatting about? It can be: parenting books, self-help books, money managing book could be interesting! Maybe we can all agree on a fantasy or mystery novel? I don’t know- I’m just throwing out ideas- let’s get the conversation rolling!
Hoping to chat and read a book with you soon,