Can you imagine how this world would look like without women? For sure, it would be dull, boring, and untidy.
Over the years, women have proven their worth and role in society, and it is safe to say that today is a great time to be alive as women now enjoy equality more than ever.
While women from different industries have proven that they can hustle better than anyone else, there are still some women who are afraid to speak up, step up and be heard.
Now that we are given much free time in our hands, wouldn't it be awesome to use it to learn something new, be it a new skill or something to empower our inner wonder woman?
So instead of wasting your time, why not indulge yourself with some inspiring read, with lessons you can take for a lifetime? Below are the top five women-empowering books that you can easily find on Amazon.
This all-time New York Times Bestselling book, which was written by the so-called "patron saint of female empowerment," is one hell of a read that will liberate women from their tiny bubbles.
Glennon Doyle will make you laugh and cry towards finding your inner voice. The author's incredible insights about the women of today's generation will surely lead you to assess life and eventually liberate you emotionally, spiritually and physically.
After reading this masterpiece, you will find yourself saying yes to love, to life, and the untamed version of yourself.
If you find yourself always reluctant to jump on opportunities, Shonda Rhimes' "Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun and Be Your Own Person" is the perfect read for you.
It will teach you how to say yes to the things you are afraid of in the most liberating way possible. Expect to change your attitude, way of living, and the way you look at life by the end of this book.
This award-winning and bestselling book written by the former First Lady of the United States is an excellent combination of memoir and inspirational thoughts coming from the OG boss babe, Michelle Obama herself.
The 56-year-old wife, mother-of-two, and former FLOTUS shares her deep reflection on the life that shaped her from the kind of woman that she is today. Michelle shares her struggle, triumphs, and disappointment while balancing her role at home and in the nation.
As what the book's sub-heading states, it is "An Office Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace." While we could agree that workplace from all over the world is more diverse right now, there are still a few that look at women in the tiniest way possible.
This book will give you a humorous guide to overcoming office sexism and give you real-life career advice as a strong, professional and independent woman.
Get humorous, insightful, compassionate, and less sugar-coated advice from the famous advice columnist about anything that life throws you away.
"Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar" is filled with letters to Cheryl Strayed (a.k.a Sugar) asking advice about anything under the sun: from love, success, disappointment, suffering down to cancer, adultery and death.
This book gives you a breath of fresh air and lessons from real-life stories, experiences and struggles which you can surely learn a lot from.