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Better Each Day - 365 Expert Tips for a Healthier Happier You - cover

Better Each Day - 365 Expert Tips for a Healthier Happier You

Jessica Cassity

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

365 expert tips based on scientific findings to help you boost your confidence, get fit, fight off worry and fear, improve your relationships, and more. 
 
New Year’s resolutions have never been easier to keep than with Better Each Day. Its hundreds of tips add up to a big impact on your well-being. Using the latest scientific findings from experts in the fields of nutrition, mental health, fitness, and psychology, respected journalist Jessica Cassity presents 365 proven and easy-to-achieve tips for feeling more confident, getting fit, clearing away worry and fear, improving relationships, and much more. Readers can work the tips day by day, or dip in and out of the book at will. With fascinating facts on the science behind self-improvement, this is an engaging and inspiring read perfect for anyone looking to feel healthier, and, of course, happier! 
 
“Chock-full of fitness, health, nutrition, relationship, and just general feel-good advice.” —Shape magazine 
 
“Author Jessica Cassity gives you enough techniques and tips to help boost your happiness and well-being every single day for an entire year.” —SELF magazine
Available since: 07/22/2011.
Print length: 381 pages.

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