Review: Settle for More

Settle for More Settle for More by Megyn Kelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I admit that I picked up Megyn Kelly's book since I remember her recent altercations with our new president, but her story is so much more than that.

Megyn, who was raised in a family where money was always tight, learned to work hard and long from an early age. On sheer will and perseverance, she became a successful attorney but then realized that the long hours and constant acrimony were not for her. She has always chosen to "settle for more" and therefore figured out how to transform her experience as a lawyer, and her related talents of research and storytelling, to become a successful journalist.

Along the way Megyn left a bad marriage, found her soul mate, had children, learned to juggle them all to varying degrees of success and yet stay true to herself and not settle for less.

Regardless of your political leanings or whether you're a Fox fan or not, Megyn's memoir is a fascinating and well-written book on a woman's journey to find her calling and self while settling for more. I highly recommend it.

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