Best Wellbeing Books


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Sleeping Baby, Happy Parents

“Concise, quick to read guide on everything baby sleep related”

Read this book if you want to learn how to get your baby to sleep quickly. This book contains the most up to date thinking, references well-known experts and includes tips and techniques on how to get your little one to sleep. It starts by focusing on your wellbeing before looking at life from your baby’s perspective. It includes understanding sleep cues, sleep cycles, creating sleep routines, exploring parenting styles, creating a great sleep plan and finishing off with quick fix sleep solutions for both you and your baby. It is written in a simple, concise style that is easy to read allowing you to learn, make decisions and quickly enjoy the benefit of better sleep. Being the parent of a young baby should be a wonderful time in your life. It will only feel like this if you and your baby are getting enough sleep. Indeed, it’s fundamental to your baby’s development to get enough good quality sleep and, be cared for by someone happy and calm who has also had enough sleep!

Read this book so that you have all the information you need to help you make the right choices for you, about the kind of parent you want to be. It will also help create great memories of this very precious time, which are lovely to reflect on when the teenage years kick in!

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Your Pregnancy Wellbeing at Work

“Make the most of your pregnancy while at work”
Read this book if you want to make the very most of your pregnancy journey while working. This book is written by a mum of three who has a diploma in both antenatal and human resource subjects as well as drawing on many other mothers’ experiences. This book covers topics such as planning for your maternity care, how to look after your pregnancy wellbeing, keeping your stress levels low and how to communicate with your employer effectively. It also offers a step by step guide on how best to plan your pregnancy journey at work. It’s full of practical advice and no-nonsense self-help tips including a pregnancy week by week checklist with key dates and deadlines.

Don’t waste your time trying to work out the best way to deal with being pregnant and working. Get this book and do it the easy way and get the best out of a very unique and happy experience.
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My Happy Pregnancy Cook Book

“Tasty, safe and a little bit naughty recipes for pregnancy”
Read this book to feel confident about what’s good to eat for you and your baby when you’re pregnant. This pregnancy cook book is written by a mum of three who has a diploma in antenatal teaching, loves to cook and has researched and summarised all the latest thinking on this subject. This lovely, feel good cookbook is filled with delicious, nutritious pregnancy recipes that are quick, easy and safe to eat in pregnancy and allow for a naughty treat now and then. There are many conflicting stories about what’s good and not good to eat while pregnant. This book cuts through the fads and fashion and confirms simply what is safe, good, tasty and easy to make.

Food is a great way to celebrate any special occasion. Get this book and celebrate your pregnancy at each stage by enjoying great food that makes both you and your baby very happy and healthy.

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How to Laugh and Live

“Happiness is a state of mind that we can all achieve”
Read this book if you want to know how to be happy and enjoy life. It sounds too easy, but laughing is one behaviour that really does make you feel great. Think about the last time you laughed? How did you feel? Laughter triggers a chain reaction in your body that promotes well-being. It releases endorphins, which boost energy, act as natural painkillers and enhance your mood. It helps reduce stress hormone levels that often lead to excess fat, heart disease and high blood pressure.

You owe it to yourself to read this charming one-hundred-year-old book, written by famous actor, Douglas Fairbank. It captures, in very simple and amusing terms, why it’s so good to lead a good life, love yourself and indeed how to laugh and live!

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Beat The Mid-Life Blues

“Live the life you want. You’ve earned it”
Read this book if you want to feel happier, better about yourself and excited about your life! Mental health experts say that the time period from the age of 37 to the mid 50’s is when people can feel a little low, adrift or depressed. Often incorrectly labelled a ‘midlife crisis’, this period is actually a very natural midlife transition. Managed well, this transition should be a period of tremendous growth and opportunity. This book provides chapter by chapter focus on each aspect of your life and provides key actions on how to make changes in order to live the life you want.

The time is now! You owe it to yourself to read this book. You’ve done the hard bit reaching midlife. Now it’s time to take stock, make a few simple changes and make the very most of the next stage of your life. Happy living!
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