Girl, Wash Your Face

“Your dream is worth fighting for, and while you’re not in control of what life throws at you, you are in control of the fight.” ~ Rachel Hollis

Girl, Wash Your Face is a raw, real, and honest book that makes you question some, if not most, areas in your life. Rachel Hollis writes from experience but also challenges us to look into our own lives and see if we are walking in the right mindset or a lie. This book, from the first chapter, inspired me! The advice that you are in control of being happy and not saying no to the things you want to do really helped me step up and do the thing God has been calling me to do for a year, build Inspire-Truth! This book also helped me to stop believing the lies that Satan was telling me.

Each chapter began with a lie that, at some point, Rachel had believed during different seasons in her life. She is brutally honest and shares events in her life that others would want to bury under a rock rather than let millions of people read (like the chapter about sex with her husband)! I appreciate Rachel’s courage to share these lessons in her life because only a few people have the strength to do that. I’ve struggled with it, and I know a lot more people do as well. The lessons Rachel has learned through her life have shaped her into the successful woman she is today. Girl, Wash Your Face is about the tough times she went through to come out on top. It’s an inspiring book but not one that we will completely connect with since we all go through different trials and don’t always face the same challenges.

Girl, Wash Your Face was an incredible, eye-opening book, even if I didn’t agree with everything that Rachel was saying/writing. I loved how she incorporated God and her relationship with Him in this book; it was refreshing to read and learn about someone else’s walk with Him.

This was a thought-provoking book that I’m so pleased made it onto my reading list this year. I feel like this book brings people together as it needs to be shared with friends and family members. So, if you’re reading this review and contemplating whether or not you should read it, I say that you definitely should!

Book Rating [yasr_multiset setid=0] Ages: 17+

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