Nothing beats a good book for getting inspired to improve your lifestyle. Here are a few of our favourites that you need to add to your bookshelf stat.
More by Lorna Jane Clarkson
Easy to read and packed with beautiful photos, More is perfect for gals with a busy lifestyle who want to find more time for fitness and wellness. All of the tips and advice are realistic for anyone. You’ll find outfit ideas (naturally), recipes, exercise routines and general advice for balancing everything life can throw at you.
I Quit Sugar for Life by Sarah Wilson
More than just recipe ideas (although there are a lot of those), I Quit Sugar for Life documents Sarah’s research on how to take sugar out of your diet in a sustainable way. You will also get advice on how to exercise less with better results (we like the sound of that) and tips for choosing food sustainability.
Mandala Colouring Books
In case you hadn’t heard, colouring books aren’t just for kids anymore. If you’re more of a visual person as opposed to an avid reader, then this one’s for you. Colouring Mandala designs works wonders for mindfulness and relaxation, plus they make a pretty fine piece of art when you’re done.
If you’re in need of something a little more interactive, the Daily Greatness Journal wraps all the inspiration from books like the above into - you guessed it - a daily journal. If you’re not in the habit of journaling, prepare for your life to be changed. Writing down what you what you plan to do each day and what you achieved is super effective for reaching your goals and staying motivated.
A New Model by Ashley Graham & Rebecca Paley
As women we often compare ourselves to others and we all just want to feel great in our own skin. Ashley Graham owns body confidence so if you’re looking for a boost in that area definitely check out A New Model. If you’ve ever witnessed Ashley Graham speak you’ll know her words and stories are super inspiring and this book is no exception.
Off by Tanya Goodin
If you're in need of a digital detox, Off will help you switch off the screens and free yourself from your phone. Now we're guilty of a little too much screen time now and again (Instagram addicts put your hands up) but it feels good to take a break sometimes and just be present in the moment.
What are your favourite wellness reads? Let us know in the comments.