Clear Reads – Top Wellness Picks For Change

If you’ve decided to take action and find your path to health and wellbeing from the inside out, what better way to boost your motivation and commitment to change than with books that aligns with your goals. Here are a few books that are transformational and must reads.

Mastering Civility: A Manifesto For The Workplace by Christine Porath (Little, Brown)

Have you ever found yourself in a hostile work environment or confronted with someone who is rude to you at work? Experts say this kind of widespread subtle bulling is have a vast impact on people’s self- confidence and work performance. This is a great back pocket advice book on how to be happier at work.


Radical Contentment: The Power Of  Enough, By Allan Cohen (Hay House)

Allan Cohn, shows us in his thought provoking, moving storytelling, how to live happier more fulfilling lives. He illustrates how to shift our internal negative internal story and shift to a positive dialogue that will radically change your life.


No Is Not Enough: Defeating The New Shock Politics (Allen Lane), By Naomi Klein

Demoralized by the current climate of politics and the state of world politics. Author Naomi Klein shines a light on how we move past this with a bold action plan in her book No Is Not Enough: Defeating The New Shock Politics (Allen Lane). This book is to help understand how we arrived at this surreal political moment, how to keep it from getting a lot worse, and how, if we keep our heads, we can re-write the script and seize the opportunity to make change in a time of urgent need.


Heal Your Drained Brain, By Dr. Mike Dow (Hay House)

A two-week strategy that focuses on clinically tested tools to overcome anxiety and insomnia.


A Monk’s Guide To Clean House And Mind, by Shoukei Matsumoto

Some simple tips to change your daily routines that can leave you feeling calmer and create a more meaningful life. Some of the tips including the Japanese philosophy that cleaning ones space is linked to mindfulness. And the zen concept that if we all efforts into finishing tasks each day we end our days without regret.

The Nature Principle: Reconnecting With Life in a Virtual Age and Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, both by Richard Louv

Instead of judgement, Louv, chairman emeritus of the Children & Nature Network and author of these best-selling books, prescribes finding the ground between giving your children space and your own balance between freedom and fear associated with parenting choices. Louv, outlines tools to achieve a balance that feels right.

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