Editor's Picks: 3 Wellness Books To Read For An Inspired Life
Check out our round up of three beautiful wellness books you should be reading right now
At the start of the quarantine, a lot of us got excited about revisiting the pile of books sitting on our bed side table, for all the free time we now have on our hands will finally allow us to do so! From novels to biographies, the choices are plenty, and can surely add to our entertainment needs, especially during these stressful times.
While books in general provide an escape, wellness books are able to enlighten, educate, and inspire you to live a better life! I personally treat my wellness books as a bible for how to live well—ranging from topics on how to eat healthier, how to clean up your beauty routine, how to live a happier, more mindful life, the topics are endless! Unlike books that have a specific story, wellness books can serve as a guide you can keep checking back on, and get inspired by at any point in your life.
Scroll ahead to see our favorite wellness books of the moment, why we love them, and how you can purchase it (or listen to it if audio books are your thing!) Enjoy!
Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life
Everyone wants to live a long and happy life, but the Japanese concept 'Ikigai' tells us that everyone has an 'ikigai' or a reason for jumping out of bed each morning. Find your purpose and passions, one page at a time! Available on audio book version on Audible. Available for print version in the link in front.BACK
High Vibrational Beauty
There are beauty books, and then there are high vibrational beauty books. Authored by CAP Beauty's founders Kerrilynn Pamer and Cindy Morisse, this book si filled to the brim with clean recipes and beauty tips, as well as wellness rituals for 'a life of true beauty, to radiant skin, sinuous bodies and radical health.'BACK
The Self-Care Solution
This book was made for ringing in the New Year, but who says you can't start on your wellness journey today? The way it was written is for us to be able to navigate a year-long plan of improving emotional and physical health, to eventually come out better people able to give more to our loved ones.BACK