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Review: Project Inspired By Nicole Weider with Kristin Billerbeck

Updated on July 28, 2015

Disclaimer

I received a complementary copy of Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are By Nicole Weider with Kristin Billerbeck from BookLook Bloggers for only my honest review of the book.

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

A bit about the author:Nicole Weider

This book was based on the Project Inspired website created by Nicole Weider, Nicole is a model and actress who used her experiences to helps teenagers thirteen and up to discover the positive ways they can can uphold their own values in today's world. Nicole's mission is to help young girls to avoid the traps and bait set by today's culture that cause young girls to think that they need to sacrifice their self-worth if they want to become beautiful and popular.

Summary

Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are By Nicole Weider with Kristin Billerbeck.

Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are was inspired by Project Inspired; both the website and the book share the common them of helping to teach young girls how to analyzes pop culture and live with their true and real authentic beauty. In this book Nicole shares tips ,that she learned the hard way herself, on ways for young girls to stay true to themselves and the person that they were created to be. She shows girls how to be fashionable while still being modest, how to make a positive effect on the world, and how to enjoy their lives without sacrificing themselves or their faith using a combination of real stories from her own experiences in the the fashion world and photographs.

Review

As I wrote in the disclaimer "I received a complementary copy of Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are By Nicole Weider with Kristin Billerbeck from BookLook Bloggers for only my honest review of the book." I found this book to be different than what I was expecting. I was expecting an adult style chapter book and instead I got a book truly geared towards teenagers. The book has numerous pictures scattered through out the book. I found parts of the book interesting; for instance I liked the section on acne help, nail tips, and on how to get more out of perfume. I found many of the tips enlightening and I plan to give some of the mentioned acne products a try. I liked how the author talked about the best products she h ad used, but also understood not everyone could afford those so she also talked about the good less expensive products.

The author did hold my attention in the above mentioned sections and I liked reading about her charitable contributions. I even feel inspired to donate to some of the authors charities because they sound like good causes.

The book was not really cohesive, and yet the information was presented in an appealing manner. The book jumps around a lot, but it kind of adds a fun aspect to the book that a young teen crowd could enjoy. I would say that Nicole Weider successfully conveyed Biblical truth in Project Inspired: Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are Tips and Tricks for Staying True to Who You Are.

I would recommend this book to young teens looking to go into modeling, become popular, and/or go into acting. It offers good advice and Biblical truth in a way that teens can get and understand. The book does not use complicated language, but instead present everything in a simple manner that is easy to understand.

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