Discovering how your mind works and what makes you tick is all part of the process of learning to trust yourself. These books will inspire you to look within and unearth your own strength and power, leading you to trust yourself. From detailing inspirational stories of overcoming setbacks to guiding you through helping activities that will help you build trust, these books have it all.
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I highly recommend the Deliberate and Directed 2-in-1 journal/planner. This journal/planner has been transformational for me in that it takes a 30-day in-depth approach to uncovering hidden limitations in our lives we don’t even think about that stunt our growth and trigger self-doubt. It deliberately speaks to things like self-forgiveness, mindfulness, and moving forward in a bite-size way that can be easily integrated into a busy lifestyle. All it takes is about 5 minutes each day with this journal for 30 days, to really hit reset on your life and jumpstart a clean perspective on life and personal goals.
This book is about trusting yourself. No one is responsible for your happiness but you. 50 After 50 – Reframing the Next Chapter of Your Life is about self-care, overcoming setbacks, learning to love one’s self and stretching one’s comfort zone. Women can choose at any age to redesign their lives with healthy eating or otherwise.
Maria was able to overcome significant trauma by, when she turned 50 years old, going on a crusade to make the most of whatever time she had left. She set out to do 50 new things that were significant, at least to her. The list spanned physical challenges, adventure travel, and lifestyle changes. Each taught her something about herself and about how she wanted to lead the next years of her life to come.
This work follows the work she did to overcome addiction and trauma to accomplish those 50 new things and shows readers how to make their own action lists – whether it be joining a knitting club or hiking the Himalayas, every item has significance for each individual and speaks to her needs and desires. The list is the match to spark the fire that will light the years after 50. Readers will hear about Maria’s adventures and the rewards of each. Accomplishing new things, learning new skills, deepening personal and spiritual relationships, and seeking out challenges will add the spice to a life that may feel repetitive, insignificant, inauthentic, or just plain boring. It’s your life; it’s up to you what you do with it!
This workbook guides the reader through the ten principles of intuitive eating using written activities to help readers reconnect with their internal body signals and rediscover satisfaction in eating. By completing the workbook exercises, the reader can practice becoming the expert of their own body.
It’s written by two vegan registered dietitians, Jack Norris and Virginia Messina. It communicates nutrition and science in an approachable and understandable way. It includes chapters on common nutrients of concern for plant-based eaters along with meal and snack ideas.
It’s filled with information on preventing diseases common in women such as heart disease and osteoporosis and strategies for managing female health concerns such as fertility.
Experience what goes on inside the mind of a Harvard grad who broke the habits that were imprisoning her in this raw, candid, and fascinating memoir about overcoming food addictions. Learn how to fill the inner emptiness and trust yourself by nourishing your uniquely beautiful soul.