Best Books to Read in your early 20’s

Do you want to live your best life in your early 20’s? If your answer is no then you have a problem. Fetch your life babes! We have all the key books to help you get your life and live your best life.

Nothing is as important as your spiritual growth. Spirituality is not necessarily religion. According to the oxford dictionary spirituality is the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical. To simplify things further; your mind set. “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho is the book we recommend to get your mind set well equipped. The book talks about following your dreams. It speaks the importance to know that the universe is working in your favour to help you achieve your dreams.

The perfect book that complements being aligned with the universe is “The Monk who sold his Ferrari” by Robin Sharma. The book teaches on how to act on those dreams. Daily Planning and Meditating. And most importantly on how to find a balance in your life so you don’t burn out from ‘chasing the dream’. One of the most important lessons you can derive from the book is imagination is more important than knowledge.

Hence why we need Fiction! The perfect book to help you expand your imagination and give you a good vocabulary boost is “Nervous Conditions” by Tsitsi Dangarembga. It teaches about persistence amidst adversity and abject poverty. The book also makes a lot of life changing political commentary, it touches on sexism, feminism, and classism and mental health. These are important for you to start and hold a conversation so that on your first date with future bae you are not limited to celebrity gossip.

We can’t talk about the best life without talking about money or finances. The New York list bestselling book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki will teach you how to run your finances in a healthy way. It’s important to start young, start early and start now when it comes to making the right money moves.

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