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Books Every 27 Year Old Woman Will Enjoy

About to get into their third decade of life, 27 year old women need a little bit of a change in perspective as they near this new stage.

No longer to be considered young adults, but fully fledged adults, they are most likely approaching the age their mother had them! To learn beforehand how to navigate those upcoming challenges, we present you the best books for a 27 Year Old Woman.

#1 Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose your Mind and Create a New One

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose your Mind and Create a New One
This may be one of my favorite books of all time. Dr. Joe Dispenza bring together the topics of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to prove that what we do really becomes who we are. It provides several studies to back its findings, some of which I have attempted myself with surprising results! Could someone who has had lifelong depression actually change their brain chemistry to eliminate its symptoms and live a happier, fuller life? Yes. I recommend picking up this book up if you want to learn how to change your own brain to achieve the goals you want in life. As a 27 year old woman with all your life ahead of you, now is the time to learn these secrets to make the changes that will lead to your future success.

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#2 Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This book is a gamechanger. Napoleon gives us the simple steps we must take in order to reach success. This is a classic and is a highly discussed book at business events. It’s a good one to have in your back pocket as a 27 year old looking to grow and develop in the workplace. If you have a passion or burning desire to achieve something and want to know the way, this is the book for you. I have had several successful friends preach to me about this book and I didn’t understand why until I experienced it for myself. Now I’m passing it onto you so that you can let it work its magic in your life.

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#3 The Art of War by Sun Tzu

The Art of War by Sun Tzu
It’s a #1 Best Seller for a reason. The book summarizes ancient Chinese military strategies that as a pleasant surprise can actually be applied to every day scenarios! Reading this has changed the way I negotiate with others and in the workplace. It’s a great way to understand your competition whether it be in sports, on the job or elsewhere- and how to come out on top. I’ve spoken with several others about how this book has impacted their careers and have only received positive feedback about its influence. It is a great business management tool and a masterpiece of wisdom that will give women an edge.

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#4 I Remember Union by Flo Magdalena

I Remember Union by Flo Magdalena
While this work is a story of Mary Magdalene’s life, it is from the perspective that both she and Jesus remember why they are here on this earth on this journey. They remember the impact they agreed to make when they were born into this life and we see how they use this knowledge to accept the events that happen to them with peace and compassion. I Remember Union is an amazing opportunity to question how differently we could handle the events that happen in our lives if we remembered why we were on this earth. If we could see the big picture.

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#5 The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer

The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer
Michael Singer decided to undertake an experiment while he was in his twenties in pursuit of enlightenment. He decided to see what would happen if he stopped giving in to his personal fears and desires. He decided to surrender to whatever life had in store. His journey led him to living alone in the woods to becoming a computer programmer and finally a corporate CEO. By saying “yes” to the opportunities that were placed in front of him by the Universe, and that he had many doubts about, he created a thriving spiritual community, a transformative software package, a company whose achievements are archived in the Smithsonian, and a book that became a bestseller.

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#6 Light Is the New Black by Rebecca Campbell

Light Is the New Black by Rebecca Campbell
Light is the New Black is all about letting your light, or as I like to call it, your authentic self, shine out. It is a must read for anyone who knows that they are keeping parts of themselves, the parts that make them most special and most valuable to this world, in the dark. It is for the people who know who they are but are afraid of showing it. Afraid of shining too brightly. If this is you, I suggest picking the book up today!

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#7 Well – A Memoir by Alias In Town

Well - A Memoir by Alias In Town
Anyone dealing with depression, chronic illness, or addiction will find this unique book inspiring and life changing. It contains essays, original artwork and verbatim excerpts from the author’s journals. It is a raw and vulnerable account of the author’s journey. Additionally, it contains excellent information on tangible coping skills. The author chose the pen name Alias In Town (an anagram of her name) because there are alias people in every town who suffer with depression, chronic illness or addiction. She addresses these taboo subjects with alacrity.

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#8 The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

The Lying Game by Ruth Ware
This book is about four friends who remained friends because they all were keeping a secret for one another. It’s a story of more of a twisted friendship. The end is a total game changer. You’ll be hooked by the third page.

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#9 Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn

Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn
This is the story of a reporter who needs to return to her hometown to cover a story about missing girls in the town. She has to stay at her childhood home and has a terrible relationship with her mother. She finds that she relates to the missing girls a bit too much. She must unravel her past to survive this homecoming.

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#10 Old Money, New Woman by Byron Tully

Old Money, New Woman by Byron Tully
This important book provides perspective, information, and inspiration that young women can embrace, digest, and implement to increase the quality of their lives. From cosmetics to careers, etiquette to education, the variety of topics and the detail in which they’re covered are sure to benefit every young woman as she’s starting out in her life and work. The book also reveals 8 Old Money Secrets which are used by affluent women around the world, and which any woman from any background can adopt in order to make the most of every opportunity.

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Contributors to this article
Stephanie Hammell from Provence Wealth Management Group

Elyse Hudacsko from Boundless

Anita Wilson from AliasInTown

Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

Byron Tully from TheOldMoneyBook

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