Nicole Weider is on a mission: to help young girls avoid the traps that culture sets. The trap that baits you into thinking you must sacrifice your self-worth in order to be beautiful and popular. Nicole launched Project Inspired in 2010 (www.projectinspired.com), a website for teen girls that analyzes pop culture and explores ways girls can live in their authentic beauty.
In Project Inspired, Nicole shares tips for you to stay true to yourself—to how you were created to be—as well as how to dress modestly yet fashionably, how to make a positive difference in the world, and how to enjoy your teen years while standing firm in your faith. With photographs, real behind-the-scenes stories from inside the fashion world, and an honest look at living a life that looks great on the outside and feels great on the inside, Project Inspired is a book you’ll turn to time and time again.
My daughter’s thoughts:
I no sooner pulled this book out of the packaging and my daughter had it in her hands and devoured it in twenty-four hours. So I thought why not let her review it, someone who the book is geared toward? I decided to do it in an interview format. This the opinion of a thirteen-year-old girl.
What would tell your friends this book is about?
Beauty and Jesus.
What is your favorite part of the book?
The chapters True Beauty and Your Wardrobe Essentials and Defining Your Look and Must-Have Accessories.
What was your least favorite part of the book?
It was all good 🙂
Would you recommend this book to your friends?
Why did you like this book so much?
Because I’m very much into beauty, fashion and Jesus.
Her answers are short but I can tell you so loved the book and went on about it, showing me different things and then looking up Nicole’s website. Anything that draws my daughter closer to Jesus I am all about 🙂
Visit Nicole here.
A copy of this book was given to be in exchange for an honest review.