A new year, a new read. After receiving this book for Christmas, I couldn't wait to get started. I had picked it up while I was at Target a few months back and was deciding between this book and Grace, not Perfection that I have mentioned in a previous post.
100 Days to Brave is a journey, a gospel-focused self-help book, about how having courage in many situations can change and help any aspect of your life. If you know me at all, you'll know self-help books are my thing. I choose to mostly read accomplished women authors for the simple fact that when reading these books I want to feel inspired.
If you haven't check out my last blog post about good reads you can do so now!
100 Days to brave has short daily reads for 100 days about being brave in some area of your life. The read starts out every day with scripture and some advice from none the less but heavily farther himself. Having very limited religious upbringing until I met Walker, I found this book didn't only help me be brave in daily acts of life but in my faith as well. The daily reads end with an activity to do to be brave or as suggested by the author to get a journal along with the book to write about your journey, the book has small and reflective topics to journal about throughout.