There is a big difference between self-care and taking endless selfies of yourself. These books are not to ‘make you feel special’, but just to help you look after yourself, often in a world that doesn’t seem to care.
Check medications for foods to avoid. Avoid nuts, seed/nut butters for young children, and cut carrot sticks/veggie hot dogs lengthwise and again, to avoid choking. See foods to keep away from pets.
For beauty/cleaning recipes, avoid essential oils near pets or children, and for pregnancy/breastfeeding. For gardening, see make your garden safe for pets to know toxic plants and other items to avoid.
Rest, Replenish, Restore is a tonic to counter the stresses and strains, of everyday life. Dip into this nourishing collection of mindful activities and self-care tips, to help you heal and grow.
How to Live Mindfully (and look after yourself) is a book that you can dip into, whenever your energy is flagging. Packed with tips from easy self-care and gaining strength to invigorating walks, healthy food and slow evenings of face masks and hot soaks. A soothing collection of pick-me-up ideas.
Retreat: Sanctuary & Self-Care For Every Day shows ways to find and create sanctuary, whether you are searching for serenity at home or seeking solace in the great outdoors. This book is packed with self-care tips to help you relax, recharge and rejuvenate.
- The Happi Empire Self-Care Playbook is brimming with hundreds of pages of self-care remedies along with inspirational quotes, and a pink ribbon, to mark your place.
- The Self-Care Planner is a beautifully illustrated guide, to help you feel better. Just 15 pages, it features a meal planner, daily habit tracker, fitness goals, self-care activity ideas, a monthly workout challenge, a vision board, and inspirational quotes.
- Blessing Manifesting has oodles of self-care workbooks (downloadable or print-on-demand, whichever you prefer). This author focuses specifically on helping people have good mental health.
eflect with the seasons. Learn how to reconnect with your body and mind, slow down and pay attention to the present moment. Each season is special in its own way. The book is divided into spring, summer, autumn and winter and covers how to harness the changing seasons and take inspiration from teh natural world, with bite-sized self-care practices for each chapter: better sleep, yoga, breathing, meditation, crafts and seasonal affirmations. Whether you love the first buds of spring, a summer sun, autumn leaves or a winter wonderland, there is something for everyone.