In this guide, a former model presents tips on hair-care, skin-care, make-up and style from models such as Jerry Hall and Kate Moss. There is advice on: stress-busting; how to keep your body the right weight; hair styles to flatter your face; supermodels' top five classic fashion buys; and more.
An inspiring self-help book for women that encourages them to identify and develop their psychological and social strengths rather than dwell on their problems. The book gives women the tools they need to transform their lives, their work and their relationships.
Is what you eat making you ill? 'Hidden Food Allergies' identifies the most common allergens, helps you to diagnose an allergy, and contains a full action plan to guide you through getting tested, elimination diets, lifestyle and dietary changes.
Karen Kingston has pioneered the study of a specialized form of feng shui known as space clearing. Clutter is stuck energy, and the simple act of clearing clutter can transform your life - releasing negative emotions and generating energy.
Encouraged by a fast-paced analytical culture, people, especially women, spend countless hours dwelling on negative ideas, feelings and experiences, which the author refers to as 'over-thinking'. This title explains why women do this and reveals techniques for overcoming it.
This new book from bestselling author Susan Nolen-Hoeksema helps women to discover, develop and harness their distinct psychological and social strengths so they can build their confidence and achieve their full potential in all aspects of their lives. The author believes that women are generally extremely hard on themselves: they concentrate on their flaws and shortcomings, trying all the time to fix problems that no one else can see. Her 25 years' research reveals that women have exceptional skills and, despite being ignored or dismissed over the millenia, have shown that they can be superb leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators. Women do much more right than they do wrong. Using the latest thinking in cognitive and behavioural therapy, motivating case histories and easy-to-follow exercises, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema introduces a new programme for step-by-step change. She helps women to understand what is holding them back and inspires them to transform their lives, their work and their relationships.
If you have a dream, you can make it come true. You just have to understand the laws of reality creation - then get out of your own way, so that the Universe can deliver its gifts. This book helps you to clarify and focus on what you desire, align your desires with your beliefs and expectations, and let go of anything that blocks your energy flow.
W hat is the relationship between the mind and the brain? In Living in a Mindful Universe , Dr Eben Alexander, author of the international phenomenon Proof of Heaven, shares the next phase of his journey to understand the true nature of consciousness and how to cultivate a state of harmony with the universe and our higher purpose. 'Dr Alexander's life-transforming NDE during a coma had shattered all of his former beliefs about the nature of consciousness, the roles of the mind and brain, and the meaning of life and death. Living in a Mindful Universe illuminates the many steps he took to expand his understanding of a much larger, richer, and deeper cosmos' Bill Guggenheim, coauthor of Hello from Heaven When eminent neurosurgeon Dr Eben Alexander experienced a startling near-death experience, he was plunged into the deepest realms of consciousness and woke a changed man, certain of the infinite reach of the soul and a life beyond death. In Living in a Mindful Universe , the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Proof of Heaven and The Map of Heaven shares the next phase of his journey to understand the true origins of consciousness and uncover ways to cultivate a state of harmony with the universe and our higher purpose. Questioning, thoughtful but also practical, Living in a Mindful Universe demonstrates how we can tap into our greater mind and the power of the heart to enhance many facets of our lives, including healing, relationships and creativity.
'This book is brilliant - read it and be prepared to reset your mood to happy. Your life won't be the same again' Daily Express Everyone wants to be happy and successful and yet the pursuit of both has never been more elusive. We are urged to craft careers that matter, to achieve more and waste no time on the small stuff, to be actively engaged in our communities and, while we are at it, to relish every second. Rather than thriving, all this pressure leads to declining wellbeing, relationships and, paradoxically, productivity. In The Happiness Track Emma Seppälä explains that behind our inability to achieve sustainable fulfillment are counterproductive theories of success. Success doesn't have to come at our personal expense. Drawing on the latest research into resilience, willpower, growth mindset, stress, creativity, compassion, mindfulness, gratitude training and optimism, Seppälä shows how nurturing ourselves is the most productive thing we can do to thrive professionally and personally. Filled with practical advice on how to apply these findings to your daily life, The Happiness Track is a life-changing guide to fast-tracking your success and creating an anxiety-free life.
A straightforward, ten-step approach to overcoming low mood and depression based on simple nutrition and lifestyle changes
'Eating, Drinking, Overthinking' offers an original insight into women's mental health as the toxic triangle affects hundreds of thousands of women.
A practical, in-depth examination of how you can use nutrition to improve your mind and prevent mental health problems such as depression and memory decline