13 Women Discuss The Books Every Woman Should Read

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Yes Please Amy Poehler

“I think we should stop asking people in their twenties what they “want to do” and start asking them what they don’t want to do.”

I really loved Amy Poehler’s “Yes Please.” It’s funny, witty, gives insight into how hard she worked to get to where she is, and really, really touching and honest and moving. You feel like Poehler is the big sister you never had, the one who just wants you to learn from both her mistakes AND her triumphs. She also gives you a lot of advice and feel-good mantras without beating you over the head with them. It’s just very measured and real. (But I love Amy, and I understand she might not be for everyone, so what it really boils down to is to read the memoir or essays or biography of a woman whom you truly, truly…

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