As one of the most engaging, authentic, and transparent forms of contemporary storytelling, a memoir transports its readers to wherever the writer’s heart desires.
If you’ve been struggling to revive your energy during the COVID-19 quarantine period, we’ve rounded up three benefits of reading a memoir to kick-start your inspiration.
Disinfect your hands, fix yourself a hearty grilled cheese sandwich, and read on!
1. Steal Some Inspiration during a Period of Distress
With the current global situation increasing stress and anxiety levels, finding a safe haven is imperative. A memoir is a great way to steal some much-needed inspiration and motivation that helps you feel reinvigorated and positive. We recommend opting for a powerful read that takes you along the journey towards overcoming adversity and coming out stronger on the other side.
Stephanie Hart’s soul-stirring and inspirational memoir, “Mirror Mirror: A Collection of Memoirs and Stories,” traces her journey towards self-actualization and empowerment. She recounts her challenging childhood and navigates the path towards healing, growth, and resilience.
Not only will you feel inspired to get through the ongoing period of difficulty, but you’ll also find a productive and engaging way to get through the day.
2. Learn Valuable Life Lessons
Memoirs are a gold mine of valuable life lessons. Whether you’re struggling to motivate yourself to cut ties with toxic people in your life or yearning for a glimpse of how to overcome defeatism, a memoir will take you by the hand and traverse essential life lessons.
We recommend reading the synopsis and reviews to find the best-suited memoir that navigates the specific life lessons you’re passionate about learning.
3. Bask in the Writer’s Rich Personal Experiences
What better way to catch a glimpse of someone’s rich cultural and social experiences than by immersing yourself into their story?
Embark on a refreshing journey as you familiarize yourself with a variegated and eclectic array of personal anecdotes, travels, events, traditions, and cultures.
In her memoir, “Mirror Mirror: A Collection of Memoirs and Stories,” Stephanie Hart takes readers along her childhood, youth, and ancestral background in an engaging, witty, and intimate manner. Join her as she transports readers to Moscow in the 1950s, recounts her strained mother-daughter relationship, and celebrates the essence and overwhelming beauty of life—the good and bad!
Check out Hart’s powerful collection of memoirs and stories that help readers find the silver lining in adversity. Keep up with her vibrant personality and life by checking out her Facebook and Instagram pages.