New Wellness Books To Read In 2018 |
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A new year brings a whole new crop of wellness reads, and 2018’s selection looks seriously set to help you beat those January blues. From mindful recipes and ways to boost your mental health, to the book those doing dry January won’t want to miss, here’s whats on our list…

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    Slow At Work by Aoife McElwain, £10.99

    Feeling burnt out, anxious, like an imposter, or caught in a cycle of procrastination? This life-changing book contains all the advice you need to restore your balance at work.

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    Calm by Fearne Cotton, £13.99 (was £18.99)

    Calm is Fearne's mission to find the simple things in life that can help us find our way back to a more relaxed state of mind, including easy activities everyone can try.

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    The Sober Diaries by Clare Pooley, £14.99 (was £16.99)

    A brilliantly comic book charting a year in the author's life after she decided to ditch booze. It's also jam-packed with research and advice for those who think they may be drinking too much.

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    Soulful Simplicity by Courtney Carver, £12.17 (was £12.92)

    The ultimate modern guide to practicing minimalism, and all the ways clearing physical and psychological clutter can improve your life.

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    Judgement Detox by Gabrielle Bernstein, £12.99

    The latest release from spiritual thought leader Gabrielle Bernstein reveals how both being judged and judging others is at the core of our discomfort and the root of many of our life blocks.

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    Eat Happy by Melissa Hemsley, £14.99 (was £20)

    Filled with flavoursome, comforting recipes that even the most time-poor cooks can put together. This is healthy fast food that puts taste first.

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    Recharge by Julie Montagu, £12.99

    One of the world's top holistic health icons, Julie Montagu has created a month-by-month self care bible to help replenish your mind, body and soul.

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    Eat Up! by Ruby Tandoh, £12.99

    Great British Bake Off star Ruby Tandoh has written the ultimate antidote to fad diets, clearing away the clean eating fog and celebrating the fun and pleasure of food.

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    How to Be Human by Ruby Wax, £11.99 (was £14.99)

    Actress and mental health campaigner Ruby Wax teamed up with a monk and a neuroscientist to provide this manual to "upgrade your mind as much as you've upgraded your iPhone".

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    Well Being by Danielle Copperman, £20 (was £25)

    Model, food blogger and creator of healthy eating brand Qnola, Danielle Copperman knows a thing or two when it comes to mindful living. Expect everything from yoga postures to vegan breakfast recipes.



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