The Singel Women: Life Love and A Dash of Sass 

“If you want your LIFE to be a 5-star reality, you have to stop settling for a fast-food mentality.” 

When I was in my early 30’s I read this book and also followed Mandy on Facebook. She’s a great advocate for living single. This book is full of fun uplifting quotes. 

Mandy gets the struggle with dating, with not feeling good enough. Even if you are smoking hot and have a great career. The struggle is real being single, but she encourages you and gives you comfort that it will be okay. 

“The Single Woman Says: One of the best times for figuring out who you are or what you want out of life is right after a break-up”.

This book is great for single women 20-30 

What the Heck is SelfLove Anyways 

John is a LOVE/ LIFE Coach. I found his work to be interesting. I liked his upfront honest approach when it comes to dating after 35. His, your tube channel is filled with lots of great advice. 

Let face it, sometimes we have no clue what is self-love until someone talks about it. This book is a “self-love guide for beginners”, both men and women can benefit from his book. 

If you are single and haven’t been practicing self-love then you have to start now. Self Love is how you enjoy life on your own, Self Love is how you bring in the person you are praying for. 

This book is great for couples and singles 18 + 


“While everyone loses some perspective after a break-up, the relationship cannot truly be grieved unless it is seen for what it is”. 

When you are single it is so important that you grieve your last relationship for what is it. The grieving process is extremely necessary and is part of your healing process. 

What I like about her book is that she included your kids, what are we showing them, how can we be supportive women to our children and let them know we will choose better next time, or help with the emotions that come along with separation and divorce 

Relationship Inventory was a hard one and a needed exercise in this book. 

I suggest doing the exercise as best as you can in the book. 

This book is great for singles ages 21 + 

        Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help YouFind – and Keep – Love

I am anxious what is your style ?. 

Need I say more. 

This book took my single and healing game to a whole other level. For one, I am not crazy for wanting and needing a relationship and Love. It’s part of my biological make and that doesn’t make me clingy and needy. 

Reading this book made me feel sane like someone finally told me it was okay the way I felt. 

Trust me when You go through a break-up you will come up with a list of 30 + things that are wrong with your personality and wonder why you keep attracting the same type of man into your life. 

The Human race needs connection. It’s the way we are built. 

Why wasn’t this book at my doorstep after my divorce…geez!!!! 

This book is great for 16 + 


Pussy: A Reclamation

I honestly don’t have a review of big recommendations for this book, besides I loved it and it made me laugh. For one she uses the word “pussy”. I think I loved this book because it was written by an older woman. 

There were tons of tales and stories she told that was jaw-dropping and very very interesting concerning the sex and pussy department. 

Reading this book single made me realize that I didn’t know much about my body and the connection I should have with it as a woman. 

I’ll buy the book just for the cover. Can you imagine someone seeing this book on your coffee table …lol priceless !!!! 

This book is great for 18 + 


I am just as shocked as you are that this book made it onto this list. I read it with an open mind. Halfway through I wanted to be done with it, however, I needed to know what all the hype around this book was. 

Then I was like yeah, yeah, yeah I get the point. 

But then something happen inside me…maybe I light bulb moment and I finally got it. 

I often come back to this book in my head when I am thinking about things in my life that I regret. I even wrote a blog post about one of my biggest regret in life concerning my son Zack

Here’s the thing, we can sit there wishing we did things so differently, thought we were supposed to live there instead of here, get married to so and so, work for x company and our list goes on. 

But what if the things we regret actually turned out to be much worst than our present-day ?. 

what will be our state of mind today if we knew the things we regret turned out to be nothing we wanted?. 

will we just live more today ?. 

I couldn’t get on board with not regretting anything in life and I know this is a big teaching in the spirituality and mental health community. However, in my life I thought over the years I had about 5 maybe major regrets, as life went on and even after reading this novel. I know I will always live with one reget in this lifetime and it will never change. 

This book is great for Ages 16 + 


This book is a long read and I do not recommend reading this is on sitting, or even 5. I highly recommend spacing this book out. For me, it was a book I needed to digest bit by bit. 

Think of it as fairy tales for grown women, with some psych, soul and spirituality. 

This book is great for Ages 16 + 


I think the title speaks for itself. 

Here is my take EVERY WOMEN SHOULD READ THIS BOOK. I don’t care if you are coupled up or single. 

This book gave me the boost that I needed, this encouraged me to find “me”, before I ever find a “we” again.


It’s showing you that you are a whole person by yourself even if you are in a relationship. You have to be good with yourself. Find yourself, start making space for yourself and carve out time for things that you like. 

This book hit me more on the spiritual side of things and helped me get more clarity on the things I really value in a relationship and not to put my values on the last of anyone’s list. 

This book is great for Ages 18 + 


When I started to read UNTAMED by Glennon Doyle I had a highlighter in my hand, after a few pages into this book I realized I was going to highlight the entire book and that would have looked bad on my part.  The book stays by my nightstand and randomly opens it to get the message I need for the week. 

I am so glad Glennon’s words came into my life. She writes as if she’s speaking directing at me like she just said what was hiding in my head. 

I love Untamed,  never regretted the purchase. I loved every page, loved the writing style and it encouraged me to just be me. 

I went out and bought her book LOVE WARRIOR and loved it just as much.

Glennon has a way to get her heart across on paper. She truly is a gem.


The Journey from Abandonment to Healing: Revised and Updated: Surviving Through and Recovering from the Five Stages That Accompany the Loss of Love 

My healing journey has brought about some very unpleasant break-ups and hasn’t been a smooth road. 

I never understood why I was attracting that same person into my life, why I always felt left behind and this feeling of always feeling incomplete no matter how many affirmations I did. 

With my last break-up, I had a few tools I learned along the way, but this book has helped me the most along with some others like Attached and Hold me Tight. 

I always think about my son when I read.

 I think about him and I being miles apart and how it could affect him later in his life and how I can be a better mother miles away. 

This book is also preparing me to share useful tips with my son later down the road. 

I will always speak highly about  The Journey from Abandonment to Healing: Revised and Updated: Surviving Through and Recovering from the Five Stages That Accompany the Loss of Love because it made me feel normal for what I was going through in my break-up.

 My emotions, my body and my mind were all reacting and I had no clue what was going on. 

The exercises in the book have helped me out in other areas of my life and I always keep in my mind to be kind and gentle with myself. 


I wish what I knew about money I knew in my early 20’s. I wish my whole life to be different especially the money part. 

Here’s the thing, no school is ever going to teach you about money and if you are like me I was never taught anything about money by my parents and my father is a businessman. 

With my 40’s approaching the thought of retiring early seems like a dream I’ll never have, but I refuse to let that be the case. 

I think about when I get older and nursing homes cost, not to mention I still have goals that I would like to provide for my one and only child. 

Being a single woman is hard enough, being a broke single woman is a f*cking shit show. 

So no matter what your age is you need to learn about money. 

Here is the great thing about money, it’s never too late to welcome money into your life. 

Change your mindset about it, Learn how to pay fewer taxes, Learn how to save and invest. 

Then take your knowledge about wealth/money and pass it down to the next generation in your family. 

Come on ladies, we can do this! 

We can be RICH and SPIRITUAL  

Ch-Chaing Baby!!! 


Rich Dad Poor Dad: 20th Anniversary Edition: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! 



Have you come across any books that has changed you ?.

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