2016 is coming closer. Do you have your New Year’s reads list ready yet? Entering into a new year, most of us are looking for a boost in our dietary lifestyles and emotional well-beings. These 6 inspirational books are geared for just that. Their release dates are set for 2016, so mark your calendars and cozy up to these highly-anticipated books.
6 Inspirational Books for 2016: Fitness, Health, and Happiness
Kate Hudson joins the ranks of Cameron Diaz, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Alicia Silverstone as an actress-cum-lifestyle guru with her first published book. Hudson shares her tips to staying in shape and living a healthy lifestyle. Her philosophy keeps it real, encouraging readers to shed the pursuit of “perfection” and instead to focus on leading a simple, accessible, and positive life. In addition to her acting career, Hudson is also founder of active wear line Fabletics. Pre-order the book now. It will be available February 16, 2016!
Dr. Ski Chilton’s enforcing tone will make for the perfect summer read. Coming out August 2, 2016, “The ReWired Brain” teaches you how to understand and then control negative thought patterns that stint your emotional progress. The book motivates you to overcome your fears by rewiring your brain so you can live fearlessly and happily.
Riding off the popularity of her UK-based blog Deliciously Ella and its namesake first book, record-breaking bestselling author Ella Woodsward is now releasing a second installment, which will be available January 21, 2016. This book will feature 100 recipes that are plant-based, dairy-free, and gluten-free. In addition to the recipes, Ella advises how to get organized in the kitchen and other quick and easy ways to stay healthy on a daily basis.
Some 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain but are often treated with drugs instead of encouraged to change their diets so that they get rid of the source: gluten sensitivity and food allergies. Hitting shelves January 26, 2016, this 30-day diet plan promises to rid your body of chronic pain. Dr. Osborne explains just how grains weaken the body, causing tissue inflammation, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and an autoimmune response that makes the body literally attack itself. He then outlines how you can naturally overcome chronic pain with a gluten-free diet and ultimately rid yourself of it within 30 days.
Inspirational books can often be found in unassuming places. Change your life by…organizing? In this book, set to release January 5, 2016, author Marie Kondo lays out the premise to her “KonMari Method”, a way of tidying that declutters and organizes specific items throughout the house in order to spark joy at home. The manual is heavily illustrated, making it easy for readers to adapt the patented KonMari Method to their lives. Readers walk away with unique knowledge in folding shirts, pants, socks, and jackets as well as properly organizing drawers, closets, cabinets, and other furniture in just about every room in the house.
Trainer to celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Gabby Reece, Melissa Rauch, and Baron Davis, Lauren Roxburgh brings you THE ultimate foam roller guide to complement your exercise regimen. Foam rolling hones in on fascia, the connective tissue wrapping around muscles and organs, where the body stores tension and toxins. Foam rolling helps to relax and release the stress in fascia, keeping you supple, flexible, and strong. Foam rolling can also reshape and elongate your muscles so that you look taller, slimmer, and younger. Lauren outlines a 21-day program that focuses on the shoulders, chest, arms, legs, hips, butt, back, and stomach. The book releases February 2, 2016.
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