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Review: I’m Judging You

Hello friends, happy Wednesday, I hope you’re all having a great week so far. Today I’m posting my review of Luvvie Ajayi Jones’ book I’m Judging You.

I’m Judging You

I’m Judging You by: Luvvie Ajayi Jones: This book was a collection of essays that gave tips in different areas as to how we can do better and be better human beings to one another. From the online world, to real life, spanning from culture to social media and everything in between, this is a must read for everyone. This book was unabashedly witty, honest, raw and real. Luvvie wasn’t afraid to dig deep into social issues and even call herself out. It was a great reminder to us all that we’re not all perfect beings and that, if we do something wrong or bad, we should get called out for it and use that as a reason to do better. Luvvie’s voice was just the right amount of judgement to the right amount of truthful that really gave all her points that balanced feel of being very real on very serious topics to making wise jokes on less serious topics. She made so many valid points in each of her essays that the reader couldn’t help but root and nod along. This had the reader laughing out loud at some of the wild things people do or say. The personal anecdotes that she used to tie everything together was also really well written and let her connect with her audience even more. This book was short, and touched on so many topics yet explored them so well and so deeply, whether they were on the heavier or lighter side. This book had enough side-eye to hopefully encourage others to do better. This is a definite recommend and must read.

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