- Mindfulness, yoga and nutrition tips for busy people
- Busy? Stressed? Downright frazzled?
The wellness tips in Lonely Planet’s new book 101 Ways to Live Well - published this December - provide tangible solutions to the stresses and strains of everyday life.
101 Ways to Live Well ditches the generic, one-size-fits-all approach and embraces the targeted, let's-get-this-sorted attitude, with tips from experts covering everything from craving-crushing snacks and yoga twists to stimulate digestion, and mindfulness exercises to help you sleep better.
Be a calmer, more productive, healthier you, without sacrificing precious hours in the process. Discover the secret wellness hacks you can incorporate into your regular routine – whether it’s a five-minute focus exercise on your commute, 10 minutes’ mindfulness at lunchtime, or balanced nutrition ideas for your next overseas trip.
Following the success of Lonely Planet’s previous mind-body-spirit best-sellers Calm (2013) and Happy (2011), Lonely Planet’s 101 Ways to Live Well promises to help you declutter your brain in the most efficient way possible. So whether it’s on your daily commute, in your lunch-hour break or in the checkout queue, use this book’s techniques to become a calmer, more productive and happier you – whatever life throws your way.
About the AuthorsVictoria Joy is a health and wellness journalist and editor based in London. She writes regularly on all things health-related; from scientific revelations about female fertility to how adventure sports can improve an individual’s career prospects.
Karla Zimmerman has been writing about wellness and travel for more than two decades. She believes in the restorative power of turmeric, mindful walking and the occasional large donut.
Lonely Planet’s 101 Ways to Live Well
Published December 2016
H305mm x W305mm