Title: Good Vibes Good Life

Author: Vex King

Publisher: Hay House India

Rating: 3.8/5

Genre: Self-Help Book

Good Vibes Good Life is a book that teaches you how to truly love yourself. If you allow, this book can teach you how to take control of your life and not sing the song of your sorrows all the time.

This book consists of seven parts, namely – a matter of vibes, positive lifestyle habits, make yourself a priority, accepting yourself, manifesting goals: mind work, manifesting goals: taking action and pain and purpose.

It helps one to understand their emotions and turn them into something useful. This book tells you why it is important to be flexible about our beliefs to open the gates for new opportunities. Starting from the issues among peers to social media life, the author has covered each part.

If you are looking for a way to cultivate a healthy lifestyle with balanced emotional drama, this is the right book. This book explains everything briefly in a very simple language. Though I like to read things in detail, I liked how this author has made it simple for a non-reader to understand emotions, the universe, the energy and individuals worth.

This book could have been better with more real life examples. I recommed this book to readers as well as non-readers who want to learn the most important skill – self love.

About the Author

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Vex King is the author of The Sunday Times #1 bestseller Good Vibes, Good Life, which has sold nearly 250,000 copies ​and has been translated into a nineteen languages. Vex King is a mind coach who came to fame on Instagram.

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Ekta Singh

Ekta Singh

Ekta Singh is an Aerospace Engineer. She likes to read and talk about books. She loves to write and aspires to be an author and an entrepreneur.

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