Title: 365 Ways to Beat Stress
Author’s Name: Adam Gordon
Publisher: Watkins Publishing
Page Count: 225 Pages
ISBN: 1786782146 (ISBN13: 9781786782144)
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
No other book offers so many easy-to-use and diverse stress-relief techniques in a uniquely attractive gift package.
With a different technique or tip for each day of the year, no other book offers such a wide range of ways to release stress and anxiety, all set in an attractive illustrated design that will make dipping in for inspiration a joy. All the practices are effective yet also easy to follow, even if you have never tried them before, and range from energy techniques such as simple shiatsu, to quick stress fixes such as visualizing a blue bubble, to methods of life simplification such as avoiding a news overload and rationing your evenings out, to inspiring visualizations such as imagining yourself as the sky or as a lotus floating on water. This is one of the first two publications in a new 365 series from Watkins, showcasing easy, accessible and effective approaches to dealing with our demanding modern lives. Readers are free to work through the book in any order they like, either using the chapter headings to deal with aspects that they feel need particular attention (for example, home, work, relationships, mind and spirit, or stress and emotions), flicking through at random or selecting ideas in chronological order. There is no need to subscribe to any particular belief, lifestyle or long-term practice; this is simply a collection of brilliantly effective ideas that together have the potential to transform lives.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. There are lot of different sections to this book. There were some that I read and some that I did not. I went with what I was drawn too. I have been going over this book a little few months. I found some of it help and beneficial. It is a good resource for thing that can be thought provoking. I enjoyed using it for my journal.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars