“Girl, Stop Apologizing” written by Rachel Hollis is another one of Rachel Hollis’s inspirational and motivational books. Giving tips that women should live by.
My first though when I heard that Rachel had this other book, I didn’t really care for it because I thought it was going to be the same concept as “Girl, Wash Your Face.” However, I was watching an interview where Rachel was promoting this book and how she got inspired to write this particular book. She got her inspiration from Demi Lovato’s song “Sorry Not Sorry” about how Demi has stop apologizing for who she was. I was like if there is a book out there inspired by this amazing artist and song, I am going to read it! That is why a chose the book to read in the first place.
The message behind this book is so important for not just all women to hear but for everyone to hear. I feel as if we live in a world where it seems wrong to want to aim for bigger dreams. That it might be considered selfish if we want to be the center of attention and be rich and famous. This book tells you that you don’t need to apologize for wanting bigger things. If you achieve them the right way with hard work and determination.
This book gives tips about how to balance your personal and professional lives. It also gives you permission to say no when you feel it is right to do so. Rachel also reminds us that in the process of following our dreams, we need to ask for help. Any dream cannot be accomplished by just one person. It takes a whole team of people big or small to helped out. Especially in situations where there is children involved.
I would recommend this book to any one who is sick and tired of apologizing for having the dreams that they have. This book is for anyone who might be overwhelmed with either family of professional goals. This reminds us that it is OK to make mistakes and that no one is perfect and we have to stop apologizing for it!