This week, WF reader ambassador Bec Tippet reveals the three books that give her endless inspiration.

“I must admit I’ve never been the type of person to be completely invested in a book. However, I have started trying to make reading part of my everyday routine. I like reading books that will help gain another perspective or add to my knowledge, especially in the areas of health, fitness, travel or food.

My following recommendations are books that I’ve read and have helped given me ideas to better myself or my life, and they could potentially help you too!

Mastering Your Mean Girl by Melissa Ambrosini

I could not speak more highly of this book! This book touches on a lot of general issues that seems to be affecting a lot of girls and women. Melissa combines her own experiences to help show you how to change your mindset and silence your inner critic that controls doubt and negativity in order to make sure you’re being the best possible version of yourself. She also puts into perspective topics like career, money, relationships, which have helped me.

Living The Healthy Life by Jessica Sepel

Okay, if you haven’t heard of Jessica Sepel by now, go follow her on Insta! She’s a nutritionist who has become famous for her recipes and health and nutrition advice. This book has so many recipes for all types of eaters – gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, everyday eating, etc, and she also invites readers to embark on an eight-week eating challenge using some of her recipes and guides. She focuses on healthy living as a whole rather than just what you eat. I love her recipes and her approach to health which is why I love and recommend this book.

Wild Swimming Sydney Australia by Sally Tertini and Steve Pollard

Even though this is not a book to sit down and read as such, great adventuring awaits. I love adventuring, swimming and the outdoors, which is exactly what this book has inside. It is just NSW, however but I’m sure you could find something similar if you live in another state. Wild Swimming has everything you need to know about your next adventure – from the distance of a hike, where to park, dog-friendly places, and most importantly the best swimming spots in the most random places!”

Read Bec’s last blog here.