Self Care, and why its so important.
Self Care books are something that is getting more and more popular today, and for good reason. With how hectic most of our lives seem to be, we often forget that we need to take care of ourselves.
Using a self care guide is the perfect way to reset you mind, take the necessary steps to better mental health, and get on the track to better physical health too.
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The Top 7 Self Care books you need to read this year
30 Days to Inner Peace by Leah Harris
Yes, this ebook is written by yours truly!
I listed this first because I believe with all my heart that you can benefit greatly from doing my 30 day challenge.
I designed 30 Days to Inner Peace with a daily devotional structure. This means that it is meant to be spread out over a whole month.
I break the sections down my Mental, Physical and Emotional peace.
At the last week, we see how each one plays into the others.
Each day you get an inspirational quote, lesson for the day, and a challenge page to challenge you and keep you motivated towards reaching your goal of true, Inner Peace.
As far as Self Care books go, this is definitely one that you need in your life.
52 Lists for Calm by Moorea Seal
The 52 Lists books are written by author Moorea Seal, and are designed to help you soothe anxiety and create a more peaceful life.
Moorea has written multiple books for this series, including 52 Lists for Happiness and 52 Lists for Togetherness, as well as a planner, notepad and post cards.
You can check out her website here and see what other mindfulness goodies she has to offer!
Practicing Mindfulness: 75 Essential Meditations to reduce stress, improve mental health, and find peace in every day By Matthew Sockolov
This meditation guide written by Matthew Socklov is perfect for anyone needing to practice mindfulness in a deeper way. This book is meant to help you integrate mindfulness into your daily routine through 75 essential practices.
For those who are unsure of what mindfulness is, Matthew starts by breaking down the basics for you in his introduction: Mindfulness 101.
The Book of Self Care: Remedies for Healing the Mind, Body and Soul By Mary Beth Janssen
The Book of Self Care: Remedies for Healing Mind, Body and Soul is a cute, self care guide for anyone needing some extra mindfulness practice in their life.
Mary Beth Janssen put together this small guide to help you learn how to use intention, self love and ritual to heal your heart and mind.
Some of the chapters include Karma Cleanse, Emotional Housecleaning, and Setting Healthy Boundaries.
All important things to learn if you want a healthy and balanced life!
You can get your copy here!
I love this journal. Personally, it is aesthetically one of my favorites as far as Self Care books go!
This Self Care guide was written by Aimee Chase for women struggling with busy-ness and unrealistic expectations.
This journal style self care book is fabulous, and is a fun way to check in with yourself mentally.
Learning how you can better re-connect with yourself and really introspect is important. This is something we could all learn to be better at.
You can find Aimee Chase’s self care book Present, not Perfect here!
Practice You: a Journal by Elena Brower
I kind of fell in love with this journal the first time I saw it in the bookstore.
The water color images are so soothing, and create a perfectly Zen atmosphere for writing and introspection.
In this book, Yoga teacher Elena Brower gives us a space to explore our thoughts, doodle, and jot down what we are feeling in the moment. This journal is for reflection, inspiration and finding yourself.
Find her journal here.
I love the idea behind this book.
Another book by author Elena Brower, this Yoga practice workbook is a great investment. Self Care books don’t always have to bluntly say “self care book” on the cover to be beneficial.
This book is all about movement based meditation and mindfulness, and how being more aware of your body can a very healing thing.
I know that in my life, yoga has definitely helped and inspired me to take better care of myself.
I feel like I am more aware of my body, what it needs and how I am feeling because I feel more connected to it.
Learn more with Elena’s book, the Art of Attention.