In a hectic and stressful world, it can be challenging to find that inner sense of peace and calm that we desperately desire. Many people aspire to live mindfully – but few have truly mastered this sacred art. Those who can mindfully cultivate inner peace and happiness are some of life’s greatest teachers – and Kalyani Adusumilli is one of those people. Her book, The Happy Wildflower, is timely and relevant for all readers who seek to find joy in life’s journey.
With all the joy life brings, there also comes inescapable grief and sadness. During these difficult moments, it’s important to remember that you are not alone in this experience. Loss is the ultimate commonality – no one goes through life without experiencing it in some capacity. If you are struggling to cope with grief and loss, check out some of these heartfelt books written by independent authors who have been there – and made it to the other side.
Diane Simard will touch your heart, move you to tears, and inspire you to face your fears with sheer tenacity and unrelenting courage. Her book, The Unlikely Gift of Breast Cancer, blends the self-help and autobiography genres and shares her remarkable story and lifechanging experience surviving cancer.
Dr. Green’s book is an essential read for any parent, caretaker, teacher, or mentor of teenage girls. Her approach combines holistic medicine with logic and common sense to offer a sustainable approach to mental health that young women can use for the rest of their lives.
“Everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about”. This adage is definitive of Diana Hawk’s new young adult masterpiece that mixes the drama and intrigue of Gossip Girl with the magic of the friendships of Harry Potter
If you have a case of the Monday blues, this might just be the perfect book for you. Lisa Hammett’s book, From Burnout to Best Life is an empowering guide to create positive change. It inspires you to act and create your fantastic, best life.