Thursday, September 16, 2021

4 Books To Get You Through A Bad Day

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Tulika
A law student, wading through life with books, music and a dash of sarcasm.

Some days are good, others not so much. If you are stuck in the latter, here is a reading list to give you perspective.

Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

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A women travels across countries to find something she later realized can only be found within herself: Happiness. If you are having one of the days where you can not find happiness and peace anywhere, read this and you will realize that the only person in this whole wide world who can make you happy is yourself, everyone and everything else can only be a cherry on your self-baked cake.

Perks Of Being A Wallflower By Stephen Chbosky

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Perks of being a Wallflower is a book as a series of letter which the protagonist writes to a friend who remains a mystery. The letters contain some very beautiful and simple life lessons which will make you realize life goes on whether or not you want it to, you might lose some people along the way, and you somehow have to make peace with it. The book will help you recognize the fact that sometimes it is okay to not be okay, and the most important thing is to be yourself.

Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte

4 Books To Get You Through A Bad Day 3 Jane Eyre tells a story of an orphan girl who faced all the obstacles life threw at her with confidence and grace. The story will make you realize it doesn’t matter what lies in your past, as long as you are working hard to mend your future.

Bridget Jones’ Diary By Helen Fielding

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Have you been feeling that you need changes in your life? If your answer is in affirmative, get yourself a copy of Bridget Jones’ Diary. The book revolves around the diary of a 30-years-old woman struggling with the issue of self-image. The book will give a liberating sense of confidence and the courage to give yourself the life you want to live.

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