Everyone says the most important relationship we have is with ourselves, but how do you actually DO that? These books have tips to help you stop and take a moment for self-care, self-reflection, and self-love.
Nothing makes you feel better than eating healthy, but some think eating healthy means bland, flavorless food. Adeline Waugh’s colorful Instagram feed proves that it can (and should!) be anything but. The brilliantly colorful and healthful recipes in Vibrant and Pure will make you want to eat healthy, and, let's be real, to show it off on Instagram too.
For those who want to infuse their self-care routine with a little magic, this mystical guidebook provides readers with simple spells to enhance their daily lives. From self-love, to relationships, to emotional health, Spellwork for Self-Care has everything you need to tend to yourself.
After Arianna Margulis was dumped because she “interfered” with her boyfriend's “meditation schedule,” she had a quick cry, then got to doodling the hilarity and the heartbreak, and But Like Maybe was born. Arianna chronicles her misadventures on Instagram, and now in her new book, But Like Maybe Don't?, and shows how to persevere and be true to yourself through all the craziness of dating in the modern age.
Rachel Mansfield knows that living a healthy lifestyle doesn’t mean adhering to restrictive diets or giving up all the foods you crave, and her debut cookbook proves that! Using better-for-you ingredients, such as grain-free flours, collagen peptides, and coconut sugar, you can indulge while still maintaining a balanced approach to eating. Just the Good Stuff will help you feel your best on a plan that works for you!
When we're busy, we tend to let our bodies take a beating, less sleep, less exercise, and less nourishing food. The Self-Care Cookbook shows how to eat wholesome food on a busy schedule, to keep you fueled throughout the day, plus happy, engaged, and energetic. The Self-Care Cookbook hits shelves May 12, but you can preorder it now!