No matter how hard you try, there is no escaping the words reminding us of the current state affairs – the pandemic, lockdown, and COVID-19 effects. We see, talk, and read of the impacts of it on the daily. It’s affecting the way we live, which is precisely the reason why overall wellness is more important than ever.
“60% of Americans say they’re more focused on their health and wellness since COVID.” – The 2021 Mindbody Wellness Index.
Do you feel the same? Then what better way to achieve your wellness goals than to get books by experts in the field? I recommend you check out these three books to improve your health and wellness.
Intermittent Fasting for Dummies
I get it. Trying to lose weight and stay fit during the pandemic is a huge struggle. Some of you may be wondering how you could build muscle, boost your immune system, or prevent diseases without giving up on your diet plan. Wherever you are in your health journey, you’ve got to give “Intermittent Fasting for Dummies” a shot.
The book is written by internationally renowned nutrition and fitness expert and disease prevention specialist Janet Bond Brill. You may see her on TV, where Dr. Janet is a regular on countless health and nutrition shows.
“Intermittent Fasting for Dummies” provides sensible, science-backed advice to help you identify an intermittent fasting plan that suits you. You will realize how Intermittent fasting is so much easier to maintain than the other highly restrictive, calorie-controlled diets out there. Before you know it, it will become an effective part of your regular, healthy routine.
Now get ready to make the 40+ healthy and delicious nutritionist-approved meals included in the book. Order your copy of “Intermittent Fasting for Dummies” today.
A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method
The lockdown has forced adults to work from home and children to attend virtual classes, leading to recurring stress in some households. But in those fiery moment, it’s important to remind ourselves to be kind to our loved ones. So, when we feel cranky, we must find a more efficient way to exercise our crankiness while maintaining happiness and peace for those around us. That’s where “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method” can come in handy.
Author Steven Joseph is an award-winning author of the kids’ book, “The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TyrantoCrankaTsuris.” The follow-up book for adults explains how crankiness is part of our nature and lays out easy-to-follow techniques for effective crankiness.
In “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness,” learn how to create space to accommodate your and your family’s crankiness. There’s a cool “team” approach to manage our emotions while keeping it fun and light. It encourages you to diagnose and avoid excessive crankiness efficiently. The best part, you’ll improve communication with friends, family, and people you care about.
Want to get “A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The Crankatsuris Method” and make the world a happier place? Order your copy today.
A Fat Girl’s Confidence: I’m Fat. So What?
If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the last year, it is this, to embrace ourselves and others for who we are. Positive self-worth and confidence are vital elements contributing to our emotional well-being. “A Fat Girl’s Confidence: I’m Fat. So What?” inspires you to look for the beauty within you.
Author Patrice Shavone Brown has served her community as a Mental Health Counselor for two decades. Her passion lies in empowering others and helping people heal through the power of words. Patrice is a founder of the “Confident Fat Girls Movement” for women who struggle with overweight issues with a higher chance of suffering from depression, mental and emotional problems.
Most of the commercials on TV propagate negative inferences about big girls. “A Fat Girl’s Confidence: I’m Fat. So What?” helps you discover the beauty they all said you could never be. While some people think that fat is sloppy or unattractive, you’ve to learn to embrace yourself.
Do you choose to live your life fat, free and fabulous? Then get your copy of “A Fat Girl’s Confidence: I’m Fat. So What?” now.
If you’re like me, you probably miss visiting book fests and meetups. I will be attending a free online event this April. Want to join? To explore more exciting books to read, watch engaging bookish discussions, meet other like-minded readers, and win fabulous prizes, head over to The BookFest today. Sign up for Free.