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Girl, Wash Your Face
Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be | Rachel Hollis
With wry wit and hard-earned wisdom, popular online personality and founder of TheChicSite.com founder Rachel Hollis helps readers break free from the lies keeping them from the joy-filled and exuberant life they are meant to have. Founder of the lifestyle website TheChicSite.com and CEO of her own media company, Chic Media, Rachel Hollis has created an online fan base of hundreds of thousands of fans by sharing tips for living a better life while fearlessly revealing the messiness of her own. Now comes her highly anticipated first book featuring her signature combination of honesty, humor, and direct, no-nonsense advice. Each chapter of Girl, Wash Your Face begins with a specific lie Hollis once believed that left her feeling overwhelmed, unworthy, or ready to give up. As a working mother, a former foster parent, and a woman who has dealt with insecurities about her body and relationships, she speaks with the insight and kindness of a BFF, helping women unpack the limiting mind-sets that destroy their self-confidence and keep them from moving forward. From her temporary obsession with marrying Matt Damon to a daydream involving hypnotic iguanas to her sons request that she buy a necklace to be like the other moms, Hollis holds nothing back. With unflinching faith and tenacity, Hollis spurs other women to live with passion and hustle and to awaken their slumbering goals.
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rrkreader
Mehso-so

Loved the voice of the narrator. It was funny, passionate & uplifting. The humour in the pages jumped out from the voice of the narrator, enjoyed it specifically because it was an audiobook. While I loved the energy of the narrator it was also 1 of the things that I hated by the end of the book as I was completely exhausted after listening to her continuously.
Give it a try to fall in love with the idea of an audio book.

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rizzle4
Mehso-so

Listened to on audible.

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Ifftay14
Pickpick

I loved everything about this! Just what I needed at this time in my life!

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Ifftay14
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Reading before the soccer game. #soccermom #falldays #coolbreeze #warmsun #embracethechaos

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Cfmamareads
Pickpick

Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis is a power anthem to women to get out of their own head and get into their life. It is a powerful, exactly what you need to hear, self-help book.
Rachel does a fantastic job of explaining her own trials and tribulations and making them relatable. She is truly inspiring and makes you want to be the best version of yourself.

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emileereads
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1.5/5⭐️

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Ifftay14
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Early morning snuggles and new book. #girlwashyourface #kitten #11weeksold #maverick

TheSpineView Awww 1mo
Alora Aweeee he looks identical to my furrbaby! A little baby version lol 😍😍😍 1mo
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samanthagutt
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Pickpick

I so struggled with my rating for this book. However, I overall enjoyed it. It was a quick and easy read, and many times I found myself saying “yes! I so needed to hear this”. Other times I found her very cringey and trying too hard to be “liked” and “relatable” to the reader. Whenever she said “tribe” or “I‘m AWFUL at ...” I was thinking ohhh here we go again. But overall she had great things to say and I enjoyed it!

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DrawingSustenance
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DrawingSustenance
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This is so true. I used to have a hard time talking without stuttering or losing my train of my thought. After pushing myself to talk more, I found myself extremely embarrassed about what I've said that day. People constantly corrected me or finished my sentences for me because I just talked too slowly. Regardless, I continued and now, I'm a lot better than I used to be. I'm proud of myself for trying even when I faced failure from time to time.

Freespirit Well done. 👍🏼 2mo
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DrawingSustenance
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"You need to prove to yourself that you can do it. You need to prove to yourself that you are capable of anything you set your mind to."

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DrawingSustenance
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1. Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
2. Pumpkin spice
3. What if making myself into someone better has more to do with my willingness to be of service than my willingness to compete?

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

CogsOfEncouragement 1. For Better or Hearse 2. pumpkin spice 3. And unfortunately the murderer made sure he would never have the chance to tell anyone. (edited) 3mo
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DrawingSustenance
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Girl, I feel ya! 🥤

Reviewsbylola My husband always says you just need to do something for 30 days and it will become habit! Apparently he‘s right. 😆 3mo
cherinium When I was in high school I gave up all carbonated beverages, except for the once or twice a year treat of Root Beer. That lasted about 15 years. Then, I took a job working the graveyard shift. I can't stand the taste of coffee, and tea didn't have enough caffeine. I started turning to Mountain Dew to help me through some of the worst nights. That was 10 years ago, and I now drink 2-3 cans a day. 🤦‍♀️ 3mo
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Callemarie
Pickpick

I def get why this book was so popular for many and not so popular with others. Overall I enjoyed it. No, alot or the kid stuff didnt resonate with me but there were parts that definitely hit close to home. I'd recommend this for anyone who just wants a quick read but is looking for a little inspiration or motivation

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Susanita
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Earlier this year I binge listened to What Should I Read Next, and during one of those episodes Anne talked about #selfhelp books with these podcasters. Fast forward a few months, and I read an article on Bookriot about the tagged book. I found the episode of By the Book when they discussed it, and now I‘m binge listening to another podcast. To bring it full circle, Amanda also mentioned this podcast on the latest Get Booked. #selfimprovementsept

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻💚🙌🏻 3mo
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚😊 3mo
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DrawingSustenance
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Time to wash my face.🚿

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danibel
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Currently reading

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Thedestinydyer
Pickpick

This book is so good! Especially if you feel stuck in life because she tells you like it is while also giving you practical life advice.

LitsyWelcomeWagon Welcome to Litsy! Here are links to #Litsytips: http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU. There‘s lots of fun things to do: book exchanges, buddy reads, photo challenges and more! @litsywelcomewagon 2mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🤗 2mo
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SauerPatch
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📚 Girl, Wash Your Face
🎥 Psycho
🎵 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

#ManicMonday

JoScho Thanks for playing 🧖🏽‍♀️💙🧖🏽‍♀️ 3mo
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Savagebrowncoat
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Going to finish this today! 😂🤷🏻‍♀️📚 #mbcreads #mbcfrogsread3

MonthlyBookClub Entered 3mo
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kaitlynlc29
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Pickpick

Instant fave. Uplifting, tear inducing (in the best way since she has a way of piercing your soul), totally relatable, funny, and just great. Don‘t pass it up.

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Bldough
Mehso-so

Good book, motivator and reassurance, funny

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Karen.reads
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I just started this on audio and it‘s already pretty cringey. I want to finish it for work purposes but I think it‘s going to be a struggle to get through.

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the_next_chapter101
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Pickpick

An inspiring, heart felt story. This is more of a Christian memoir. I normally don't read memoirs but this one hit home. Highly recommend! (Listened via scribd)

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Janelle5
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Mehso-so

I listened to the Audible version read by the author. At first I enjoyed her reading, but by halfway I was finding her a bit annoying. At times I felt like she was yelling at me. Girl, I'm old enough to be your mother! Which might be the problem here. There were definitely some thought-provoking bits, but I feel that much of her advice did not apply to me.

Ericalambbrown Hahaha! 🤣. I bailed on this one. Welcome to Litsy!!! ❤️📚😊 @LitsyWelcomeWagon #LitsyWelcomeWagon 4mo
RaimeyGallant Welcome! 3mo
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paulareadsallthetime
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Mehso-so

Some of the chapters really hit home and some did not

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peaknit
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This feels like a book of advice I should have read 15 years ago. But...I‘m here with it now so might as well read this little book of insights.

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Momma_Jo
Mehso-so

I don't know what I was expecting going into this book but the first few chapters definitely threw me for a loop. Once I got a feel for her style of writing (felt like inspirational articles I would find on the internet) I had a new appreciation for the book. It was exactly what I needed at this moment in time. Not something I'm going to read religiously but definitely something that I can use to remind me to keep chugging along in life.

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brilremy
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Pickpick

Honestly, jumping in to a book about self improvement and basically becoming the best you, I was pretty skeptical. I figured I would be bored or just laugh at the motivational speaker.
I was so wrong. This book was truly inspiring and really made me look deep within myself. I‘m not usually huge on audiobooks but having been so busy and having a one year old as well, audiobooks have become so helpful for getting a good book in.

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MallloCup
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Amazing weekend weather (so far) to visit and read!

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sailu112
Bailedbailed

May be it works for people with kids or may be someone in a similar phase like the author. I couldn't relate to it.

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TheDaysGoBy
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1. I work in the Finance department for a health insurer. Not exactly a great place for book recs 😂
2. Yes
3. The last one I read was Girl, Wash Your Face. Not sure it taught me anything new, but definitely needed reminding about getting stress under control
4. I actually have one right now. I started Lolita 2 years ago and…😳 I‘d still like to finish but man that‘s a slow go for me

#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

Eggs #1 😊 Thanks for joining in ❣️ 6mo
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thricerenewed
Panpan

This was a book club read. Not my favorite. The first two chapters were ok, but that was about it. Halfway through the book the Christian vibe got stronger. It read like a very long blog post, which made sense after learning that‘s the author‘s job. Most of the chapters were like reading the blog before the recipe - get to the punchline. I wanted to give it a so-so because it definitely could have been worse, but it just wasn‘t applicable to me.

thricerenewed I‘m keep thinking more about why I didn‘t like this book. And I‘m disliking it more the longer I‘m away from it. Sure I generally don‘t care for Christian commentary, but hers felt particularly put on. I read books intro to acknowledgements and this is the first book (or one of very few since I can‘t recall others) that had Christian themes and yet God wasn‘t thanked in the acknowledgements. It felt written by a persona and instead of a person. (edited) 7mo
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Madelpadel
Panpan

Although Hollis is fun, relatable, and upbeat, I didn‘t find anything in her book I can‘t find from online inspirational posts. And I found it hard to relate to her chapters on children or her reliance on religion. Unfortunately I think Hollis‘ privilege shows in the pages and her stories, and despite her great advice, I think it‘d have more affect when it isn‘t in response to barely peeing your pants in front of your young sons.

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QuoteQueen
Pickpick

4.5/5💚

I bought this book on Tues & finished it Sat. It‘s an easy read with both humor and honest stories of embarrassing & difficult moments in life. This book examines some of the lies women believe and how the author discovered them & got through them. At times some of what she wrote about made me think of #Stoicism & I wondered if maybe she is a congenital #Stoic. I participated enjoyed the honesty & advice in the book.

#therapistbooks

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Kaila-ann
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This knocks out the shiny cover prompt. #mayscavengerhunt #maymadness

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Kaila-ann
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Pickpick

Nothing earth shattering in the book but it never hurts to get a friendly, upbeat reminder that it‘s ok to take care of yourself and that we‘re all in this together.

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Kaila-ann
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Each chapter is labeled with a lie that the author has believed and then the chapter goes on to explain how she moved passed it. While most of the advice and stories in this book have been fairly common sense, I think that it‘s good to be reminded of the small steps that we sometimes forget in the grand scheme of life. This chapter tho, hits home and I think it may be one of my biggest struggles personally.

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Kaila-ann
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Picked up my #libraryhold today. It‘s a short book so I should be able to breeze through it - I should probably work on clearing my shelves a bit 🤔🤣.

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QuoteQueen
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Reading this for a #therapist book club!

#therapistbooks

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Jsara5761
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Thanks to @sudi for tagging me! 😊
#bookishquestions @Clwojick
1. Sci-Fi, Mystery, & Fantasy
2. Non Fiction - Historical Fiction
3. Romance
4. Accurate Historical Fiction
5. The Angel Of Mercy Series by Al Lacy (I‘m surprised I actually liked a romance series 😂)
6. The Time Machine by H.G. Wells (but I‘m going to give it another go!)
7. ⤵️
@a_bit_bookish
@cairethescary
@Mr.Labu
@BookLover_25
@OatmealSlip
@rabz_j
@Waddy
@ValentinaCano

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sudi
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Thank you for tagging me @DaveGreen7777 😊🤗
#bookishquestions @Clwojick
1. Non Fiction, Mystery/Thriller and Fantasy(if it's good)
2. I try and read across all genres, so i'd say i've covered most of them
3. Romance, i'm very cynical when it comes to romance
4. Can't think of one
5. I somewhat enjoyed Me Before You, only because of Louisa. The rest of it wasn't great.
6. The tagged one, it was bad 😑
7. 👇

Ericalambbrown Completely agree on your tagged book. It‘s the only book on which I‘ve bailed in recent memory. I skimmed to see if it got better and just kept thinking “No. Just no. And that‘s a hell no! “ 7mo
sudi @Ericalambbrown i picked it because of so many five star ratings on goodreads, so i kept reading thinking it would get better, but it only ended up getting worse 😕 7mo
SuhaniKayal Thanks for the tag!! @sudi 🙂 7mo
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Paula3
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I love listening to books narrated by the author. This one was a win for me ☆☆☆☆☆. I didn't know who Rachel Hollis was before this book, but man I'd sure like to hang out with her.

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Llanphear
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Pickpick

This book was exactly what I needed. I listened to this book on audible and she was a great narrator. You can definitely tell she is a wonderful public speaker. It‘s a wonderful read if you are young mother, growing a new business, or just need a little motivation in your life. 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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hjreviews
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Mehso-so

⭐️2/5
Not any different than any other self help book. Same messages, same “despite how perfect I look I‘m just like you” rants. One of my dislikes may be due to the differences in who we are as people. She‘s religious and a mother and a small business owner, and I‘m none of those things and I don‘t want to be.

SW-T Good review. Great that you reviewed the book, but also why you didn‘t like it. Helpful for folks who are on the fence about reading it. 7mo
Emilymdxn I have issues with Rachel Hollis myself and it‘s great to see someone agreeing with me! 7mo
NeedsMoreBooks I was thinking of reading this but I won‘t. Your review helped me, thank you! 7mo
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hjreviews
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Book might not be my favorite, but not a bad way to end a day

Erofan 😻😻😻 7mo
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hjreviews
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Henry James is a little ashamed. I caught him trying to eat the book… again 🙄
#catsoflitsy

BookNAround Ozzie the Rotten does this sometimes too. Not exactly what I meant by devouring books. 😉 (edited) 8mo
DGRachel I ❤️ his name! 8mo
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hjreviews
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“You are more than you have become.”

Surprisingly find this reaching out to me.

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