2.) Plenty Cookbook. I can’t get enough of the Tuscan Tomato Soup in this one. With delicious veggie-based recipes and gorgeous photography this cookbook is pretty enough to act as a coffee table book, too.
3.) Earthing products. For anyone who likes to try out the latest health”technology,” Earthing connects the user with the “electron-balancing” energy in the earth. Users laud the products positive impact on sleep, pain, and inflammation.
4.) Danielle Laporte’s Style Statement (or any of her other books for that matter). My friend, Kate, introduced me to this book and it’s really a fun one to get a sense of your personal style via thoughtful self-interviews in all areas of your life.
7.) Deepak Chopra’s What are You Hungry For? This is a lovely, lovely book for anyone desiring a more holistic perspective to weight in America. Here’s a quote from the book to give you a taste:
“If you stop focusing so hard on diet and calories, the story of overweight in America is the story about missed fulfillment. The solution is simple but profound: To lose weight, every step of the way must be satisfying. You don’t have to psychoanalyze yourself; you can stop obsessing about your body and dwelling in disappointment and frustration. There is only one principle that applies: Life is about fulfillment. If you life isn’t fulfilled, your stomach can never supply what’s missing.”
8.) Healing sessions with an acupuncturist, naturopath, health counselor, or body worker.
9.) Veggie pin-up Calendar. Celebrate all body types, classic pin-up style, a heartfelt cause.
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