Renowned model and actress Molly Sims has flawlessly navigated the transition from supermodel to super mom, even publishing two books while taking care of her husband and three adorable kids. Here is her list of books she loves!

Everyday Chic by Molly Sims with Tracy O’Connor

“Okay, I know that it’s my book but I have to be honest with you guys… I’m truly obsessed with it. If you haven’t heard me talk about it enough by now, it’s all about making the things in life that take a lot of effort look effortless.”

Ever wonder how celebrities make everything look so easy? Molly Sims breaks down her advice on how to be the effortless host, party planner, meal prepper and more. Everyday Chic is every mom’s go-to guide for how to be a mommy extraordinaire.

It’s Always The Husband by Michele Campbell

“If you loved Big Little Lies as much as I did, you’ll be hooked.” 

Aubrey, Kate and Jenny could not be more different. Really the only thing the three have in common is that they were college roommates. Now years later, one of them has mysteriously died. Will it turn out that a college frenemy is at fault or will the old adage “it’s always the husband” prove to be true?

Spark Joy by Marie Kondo

“I truly feel like it’s my excuse and answer for all of my obsessive-compulsive tendencies. If you’re looking to simplify, this is a must-read.”

Spark Joy is an illustrated guide on “the art of organizing and tidying up.” The sequel to Marie Kondo’s first book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, it is the perfect book for anyone looking for a little help with simplifying their life.

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

“I picked this book up at the airport a few years ago and nearly finished it by the time I landed.” 

The Happiness Project follows the year-long adventure of author Gretchen Rubin as she attempts to pinpoint what leads to happiness in life. If you loved Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert and The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama then you will not be able to put this book down.

Eat Pretty Every Day by Jolene Hart, CHC, AADP

“Think of this book as your ‘beauty bible.’ Instead of verses and psalms, Jolene gives daily tips on how to live clean, eat beautifully and look good doing it.” 

Like a wellness coach and best friend all in one, Eat Pretty Every Day provides daily support, recipes, workouts and more. Divided into four seasons, the readings are an easy way to explore beauty nutrition.

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