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Find out how to look deeper into yourself so you'll never settle for second-best.

Soul Girl drew me in with its tagline, "For souls that don't know where they're going but are in the rush to get somewhere..." I sometimes feel like I have no future, I have no realistic 5-year plan and I have no idea where I'm going but I could say that I might be in a rush to get there. The author, Kristina, early in the book pointed out "you are not alone, not now, not ever." and while it may seem like I am the only one with these struggles, I very clearly am not because if I was - Kristina wouldn't have gone through this as well and she would have had no reason to write this book to help out the rest of us! 

A lot of these self-help books are "this is what I did, and you can do it too", but Kristina notes that her Mom taught her independence and how to be self sufficient when she was a child and she sent her to buy the crayons she needed for school. Yes, Kristina tells us what she did, but in addition to that she asks the readers questions to figure out things for themselves. Much like her Mom and the crayons, Kristina is teaching us to think about ourselves positively and find our strengths that will ultimately lead us to being self sufficient for ourselves in a way that we need it, even if that may be different than what Kristina needed for her life. Another quote that resonated with me was "if I could travel alone, I could do anything in the world." and while it may not be possible for everyone, I did find traveling alone does have a sort of liberating feel to it. You don't have to make plans based on what everyone else wants to do, you can sleep late if you want and no one will be groaning at your for missing out on time sightseeing. You do what you want when you want and that's an empowering thing.

If you are looking to look deeper inside your soul and find out more about yourself, then I think you should give Soul Girl a read.

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About the author

Kristina Razinska is a fashion merchandiser by trade, turned life coach and author. She is exploring trending views on relationships, and attitudes towards life, love, and self-love. She is also the founder of www.passionistahub.com where she inspires others to live with the heart. view profile

Published on October 01, 2020

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Genre: Inspirational

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