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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Things Every Goddess Should Know: And We Are All Goddesses by E.J. Divitt is an interesting book that celebrates the essence of being a woman and gives one the confidence to grow and evolve. The author tells readers about the advantages of being a woman and highlights their strength and beauty, giving useful advice and tips. The book covers exciting topics that range from relationships, love and sex, money, home, garden, self help and self improvement. The tips and advice are put forth in a manner that can be comprehended easily and can be practiced without difficulty.
The book is enjoyable to all women who can look at it as a guide for self improvement. The tips help readers to analyze and look at themselves and their behavior with a different yet positive perspective. It is difficult to decide which advice tips I liked the most because all of them are profound and they do help you to change your outlook and living. What I found very appealing about the book is that it covers almost all relevant topics and in a way that enables readers to connect to them easily.
The book also shatters the myth of perfection and being perfect, instead telling readers to pursue excellence. To search for colors in every person instead of their sunset is again another piece of inspiring advice and reiterates the fact that all us can make a difference to the world.