It can be so easy to get caught up in stress to the point that you don’t even notice it anymore. But it really gets to us, and puts us down.
It’s valuable to have at least one of these books to help clear our view. Because, in reality, once you notice the stress, these books will guide you on the next steps.
5 Rules of Drama-Free Living where she addresses just this, in a humorous, matter-of-fact, gravity: it’s the law, kind of way. Originally written as essays, given to clients as homework, the 5 Rules in this book will help you manage stress, make mindful choices, increase life satisfaction, and regain power over your emotions. She shapes these lessons through the lens of insight and metaphor. This book combines simple explanations of neuroscience, easily accessible mindfulness skills, and pearls of wisdom gleaned from her experience of helping people reclaim their lives.
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 by nourishing your uniquely beautiful soul.
- Women call it a âhealing spaâ for the body, mind, soul.
- Readers love it because it only takes 3 minutes a day to shift to a wonderful self-care regimen of wellbeing and happiness.
- Female business owners have it handy as a staff copy. Mindfully happy employees make a mindfully happy office and business.
- It shifts you from worrying to happy-ing!
Do you have fun with your own life? How often do you really pay attention and choose things to improve your day?
In 365 Days of Happiness, author, holistic practitioner, and mindfulness teacher Jacqueline Pirtle has created daily inspirations that help you mindfully work towards living a more vivid experience of daily happiness. Showing that you can put in work to change your life while having fun, the practices are full of whimsy and delight. Each day teaches you to find happiness, use those sour lemons, and shift yourself into a “high for life” frequency where you can reach happiness anywhere at any time.”
In 2014 during the prime of her life, what was initially diagnosed as indigestion, she suffered an aortic dissection. A year and a half after the aortic dissection, Jaculin was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Today, in her self-published memoir, “And It Is So: The Power of His Promise,” she recounts her experience through these events gives new meaning to endurance, faith, and hope.
At 49 years of age, grief-stricken, chronically depressed Nita Sweeney takes up running with her dog in an attempt to find a way out of the darkness. Her memoir of pounding the roads with her canine companion will entertain and motivate any reader who has ever fallen into deep despair. Whether or not readers want to follow in her footsteps, they will enjoy reading about her journey.
This book is both an ode and a challenge to women. It tells where we are and where we can be which is actually the place of our legacy. My heart was touched and warmed by the message. I was, even at my age, left pondering changes I can make in my own life to release and nurture my Goddess within. Marianne Williamson writes the way she speaks in her lectures, clearly and honestly. She is focused and stays with her purpose and does not wander off topic. I believe this book needs to be required reading for men as well as women. We all need the wake up call and enlightenment in this book.
Many women worry about finances and so few are willing to set high goals, stay motivated, and chase their dreams. This book is not only an example of a woman who did just that, but it’s a guidebook on how others can do the same.
“I had a passion and a talent for life and career, and I was kicking ass. Thing was, since I was surrounded by #trolls and haters who wanted what I had and who I was.
I started believing what others thought. Looking back, I wish I could have just said to myself, I am awesome and shrugged it off and dismiss it, but I’d wanted to be liked.
What we pretend to be, we have a way of becoming. By acting uncertain, insecure and self-doubting I became exactly those things, and I carried them into adulthood until my ah hah moment.
Don’t just gravitate to the celebrated lie of the princess culture, the so-called eligible bachelors, who are revered and tough-minded and work all the time and may or may not be capable of empathy, who offer a lifestyle, but not necessarily a real relationship.
I hope that, through my experience, you can feed your Glambition and decide to love your life, love yourself and empower your dreams to become a reality. xoxo-Dee”
This is the only book that you need to read if you’re looking to live your best worry-free life. A self-improvement book for women, How To Stop Feeling Like Sh*t, tackles issues like imposter syndrome, your inner critic, and overcoming people-pleasing. Worrying and feeling bad about yourself shouldn’t be your autopilot setting, and this empowering book agrees.