Add This Book to Your Summer Reading List, ASAP

And 7 other things to check out on the Internet this week

Here at The Everygirl, we understand the nature of busy women. You barely have time to eat breakfast in the morning, let alone spend the day surfing the web. That’s why this week, we’re sharing some of our favorite articles on pop culture, design, and more.

 

1. This no B.S. memoir is the kick in the pants you need to start recognizing YOU. ARE. BEAUTIFUL. 

Kimberly Rae Miller’s brutally honest, funny, and heartbreaking memoir is essential reading for anyone who’s ever struggled with their body (i.e., all of us). From the first diet she ever went on — when she was four — to her fear she was “too fat” to get pregnant, Beautiful Bodies takes you through Kimberly’s journey while helping you understand and recognize your own.

Buy Beautiful Bodies here.

 

2. Why you should travel alone at least once… because you know you’re the best company.

Other people just don’t get it, amiright.

 

3. This precious little girl cried when she met her hero, Gal Gadot, and excuse me I AM SOBBING WITH EMOTION.

Women are badass. Get used to it, Hollywood.

 

4. Jeff Bezos was the richest man in the world for a few hours this week and the Internet was quick to remind him Bill Gates still exists.

Forbes reported: “Bezos would be nowhere close to being the world’s wealthiest person had Gates not given so much of his fortune to philanthropy.” Oh snap, take that Jeff YOU SCROOGE.

 

5. This woman’s account of making the first move is exactly what you need to read right now.

Girl, you got this. 🙌

 

6. The new White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, is loose and good lord he has a LOT to say.

“What I want to do is I want to fucking kill all the leakers.” This is legit concerning.

 

7. Does Chris Harrison have the cushiest job in the world? An investigation.

But without him how on earth would we know it’s the ~final rose~ of the night??

 

8. Coca-Cola is dropping Coke Zero for a new soda called “Coke Zero Sugar” and how dare you, Coke, you know the world is fragile right now.

Does Diet Coke still exist? asked no one ever.