Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things Book Review from @kleffnotes

Becca Anderson focuses on female friendships and the powerful bond that women create with each other. Through this inspirational connections support networks are fostered and through them women enable each other to grow and become stronger. In Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things she shares the elements of female empowerment with her readers so that they can see the power of connection between women.

She opens the book by sharing that women spending time together is absolutely essential. While it doesn’t matter how old or young you are, you can find a way to connect and share with the women you hold close in your life. Good friends are key to a happy life and through them they can help you to make it through even the toughest moments. As she moves through the book she shares different elements that make up female friendship through the power of quotes.

As with previous books that I’ve reviewed by Anderson, her ability to introduce and showcase quotes in a meaningful way allows you to connect to each section. There a quotes that are designed to help you work through difficult moments, including dealing with exes, and those that celebrate having other women in your life. If you are looking for a bright and positive book that you can flip through at any time of day Friendship Isn’t a Big Thing, Its a Million Little Things is a great pick. You can get your copy today.

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