We did it! We finished Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis!
So, how do you feel? What did you think?
In this post, I invite you to both gush over your favorite Rachel Hollis quotes and complain about the parts you didn’t quite like. Which parts didn’t fully make sense, and which ones can you apply to your life right now?
What were your favorite Rachel Hollis quotes from Girl, Stop Apologizing?
When I finish a book, I flip through to see what I highlighted or scrawled in the margins. (Hey, I’m an English professor. I read actively and annotate heavily like the professional nerd that I am.)
Which lines made you stop and excitedly shout, “Yes!”? Or, if you’re like me, the more accurate way to word that question would be to ask which lines made you quietly nod and say, “Damn.”
Below are my top five Rachel Hollis quotes from Girl, Stop Apologizing, complete with page numbers in case you want to revisit those pages. If any of these resonate with you, or if there are others that made it onto your list, let us know in the comments below.
Favorite Rachel Hollis Quote #1
It’s not that you’re not enough to cross the finish line; it’s just that you haven’t yet figured out how to run this particular race. – page 31 of Girl, Stop Apologizing
Favorite Rachel Hollis Quote #2
We are afraid of many things when it comes to our dreams, but the biggest fear is of being judged for having them in the first place. – page xx of Girl, Stop Apologizing
Favorite Rachel Hollis Quote #3
The problem isn’t that you aren’t accomplished; the problem is that you don’t give yourself any credit for the things you have done. – page 36 of Girl, Stop Apologizing
Favorite Rachel Hollis Quote #4
If you can’t find a single hour for yourself in a twenty-four-hour period, you need to look at your priorities. – page 125 of Girl, Stop Apologizing
Favorite Rachel Hollis Quote #5
Doubt will kill more dreams than failure ever will. – page 209 of Girl, Stop Apologizing
These quote graphics make great phone wallpapers!
As I was creating the Rachel Hollis quote graphics for this post, I realized that they would look great as a background or lock screen for my iPhone. So if you’re reading this on your phone, take a screenshot of your favorite one and save it as the lock screen or background for your phone for daily inspiration.
If you’re following @happyasannie on Instagram, keep an eye out for them in my stories. You can easily take a screenshot of them that way as well.
Not quite done with Girl, Stop Apologizing?
Want to revisit or catch up on any of our discussions on Girl, Stop Apologizing? Here they are for your convenience:
Ready to move on to our next book club pick?
Lastly, it’s officially time to start reading our next book club pick! It’s The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman.
Happy reading, ladies!