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How to Balance Your Life

How to Balance Your Life

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Robin James

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£12.99
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Achieving a sense of equilibrium and inner peace can prove elusive when so many demands and responsibilities are constantly vying for your attention. Discover the tools for finding harmony in all aspects of your life with practical tips on everything from managing everyday stress to finding a work/life balance that is right for you. This inspirational book will help you find ways to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle and be more mindful of the wider world and your impact upon it, while making sure there is always room for ‘me’ time.

Balancing your life is essential to your health and well-being, and by applying a few simple concepts you will live your life at a pace that is comfortable and ultimately rewarding.
Miss-adventures

Miss-adventures

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Amy Baker

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£9.99
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Paperback
‘Watch out for men with too much wooden jewellery, Amy. I know what you’re like… you’ll let them sucker you in with their yoga chat but essentially, they’re unwashed… and you don’t want to put your face anywhere near an unwashed penis, let me tell you.’
Carol, receptionist

Having announced her plans to quit her job and backpack around South America, humourist and gonzo journalist Amy Baker found herself on the receiving end of a whole bunch of over-the-top and seemingly unnecessary advice. Amy shrugged it all off of course… that is, until she ran into trouble.

After falling into a crevasse, swimming in crocodile-infested waters, dodging cocaine con artists and encountering handsome soothsayers, Amy soon starts to wonder if her Mum, boss and Carol from reception really were onto something. Weighing up their advice against that of known ‘Clever People’ like Tina Fey, Salvador Dalí and Mother Teresa, Amy finally establishes once and for all who it might actually pay to listen to.
52 Things to Do While You Poo

52 Things to Do While You Poo

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Hugh Jassburn

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£6.99
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Paperback
Every toilet should have a copy of this book next to it.
FRANK AECES, WHAT TOILET? MAGAZINE

Perching on the porcelain can be very boring when you have nothing to do but poo. But fear not, this colouring compendium to make use of those dull moments and truly maximise your creativity on the khazi. So grab your crayons and colour away – toilet time need no longer be a chore!
Narrowboat Nomads

Narrowboat Nomads

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Steve Haywood

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£9.99
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We were aware of a dreamlike quality to our trip. There was something far-fetched about it, something out of this world.

Austerity might be getting everyone else down, but Steve is waving his worries goodbye on another of his light-hearted trips around the picturesque English waterways.

This time it’s a bit different, though. This time he’s not just cruising with his cat, Kit, but with his long-suffering wife, Em, who’s given up work and wants her share of easy living too. They’ve rented out their home for the ups and downs of a life afloat, and there’s no going back now as they cruise from the historic River Thames, through the Midlands and westward into the hills of Wales, meeting a familiar cast of eccentrics and oddballs along the way, and experiencing one of the hottest summers of recent years.

But how, after life in a four-bedroom house, do they manage to survive together squeezed into a space the size of a potting shed? Other books pretend to tell you about life afloat – this one shows you what it’s really like.
Climbing the Equator

Climbing the Equator

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Neville Shulman

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£4.99
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Creatures from another time, volcanic mountains five million years old, Indian tribes surviving from the pre-Inca period, jungles and rainforests: Ecuador has all this and more. Only in its Galapagos Islands did Charles Darwin discover such a variety of extraordinary fauna that on his return to England he wrote his groundbreaking On the Origin of Species. With a philosophical yet humourous approach, Neville Shulman provides an in-depth background to Ecuador and its diverse peoples and tells intriguing stories of spectacular creatures and exotic flora, many not found anywhere else in the world.
Bonne Chance!

Bonne Chance!

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Richard Wiles

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Deep in the Limousin countryside, Richard Wiles bought his dream home. But little did he expect to be living full time in the dilapidated farmhouse while struggling to finish the conversion during the insect plagues of summer and the harsh blizzards of winter. Watched by his bemused neighbours, Richard also pursues his more unusual dreams of raising llamas, hot-air ballooning and marathon running whilst trying to keep the roof over his head. Told with unfailing humour and optimism, this is a unique tale of overcoming the formidable challenges of building a home, and a life, in France. 
101 Tips to Help Your Anxious Child

101 Tips to Help Your Anxious Child

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Poppy O’Neill

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£9.99
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Paperback
One in four children will suffer from anxiety at some point in their young lives.

As a parent it can often be difficult to know how best to support your child when they become fearful and worried, and whether their worries are something they can deal with themselves or a symptom of something more serious.

This guide offers ways to help you to help your child articulate how they are feeling and offers effective coping strategies and simple lifestyle tweaks to manage anxiety by building their resilience and self-confidence for life.
– Identify the source of your child’s anxiety
– Instil good sleeping and eating habits
– Help your child create a list of calming actions for when they feel anxious
– Simple relaxation exercises
– Know when to seek support
Menopause

Menopause

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Wendy Green

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£2.99
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ebook
Do you think you might be going through the menopause? Are you confused by conflicting advice about HRT? Or are you unsure which natural alternatives are effective? In this easy-to-follow book, Wendy Green explains common physical and psychological symptoms and offers a holistic approach to help you deal with them, including simple dietary and lifestyle changes and DIY complementary therapies. Find out 50 things you can do today to help you cope with the menopause, including:
Ease hot flushes and reduce the risks associated with menopause Learn the truth about HRT and make informed choices Discover how to beat middle-age spread and look younger Find helpful organisations and products
50 Things You Can Do to Manage Hay Fever

50 Things You Can Do to Manage Hay Fever

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Wendy Green

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£2.99
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ebook
Did you know that up to one in five people in the UK suffer from hay fever?

Are you one of them?

In this easy-to-follow book, Wendy Green explains how genetic, dietary, psychological and environmental factors can contribute to hay fever and offers practical advice and a holistic approach to help you deal with your symptoms, including simple dietary and lifestyle changes and DIY complementary therapies.

Find out 50 things you can do today to help you cope with hay fever including:

• Identify your allergens
• Adopt preventative strategies
• Choose beneficial foods and supplements
• Manage stress and relax to reduce the number and severity of attacks
• Find helpful organisations and products
Twitchhiker

Twitchhiker

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Paul Smith

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£6.99
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There were five rules of Twitchhiker:
I can only accept offers of travel and accommodation from people on Twitter. I can’t make any travel plans further than three days in advance. I can only spend money on food, drink and anything that might fit in my suitcase. If there is more than one offer, I choose which I take. If there is only one, I have to take it within 48 hours. If I am unable to find a way to move on from a location within 48 hours, the challenge is over and I go home. Bored in the bread aisle of the supermarket one day, Paul Smith wondered how far he could get around the world in 30 days through the goodwill of users of social networking site Twitter. At the mercy of these rules, he set his sights on New Zealand – the opposite point on the planet to his home in Newcastle. All he had to do next was explain the idea to his new wife.
In an adventure wrapped in nonsense and cocooned in daft, he travelled by road, boat, plane and train, slept in five-star luxury and on no-star floors, shmoozed with Hollywood A-listers and was humbled by the generosity of the thousands who followed his journey and determined its course.
@twitchhiker I can send you to Wichita by Greyhound if that’s any good… Sent 10:13 AM Mar 12th
I was more or less in the exact geographical centre of a different continent, and a nameless woman some 4,000 miles east in Dublin was buying me a bus ticket…
A Miscellany of Garden Wisdom

A Miscellany of Garden Wisdom

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Isobel Carlson, Ruth Chambers

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£3.99
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You may not have the green fingers or the resources to build the Hanging Gardens of Babylon but it is still possible to create a blossoming haven in your own back garden. This practical book guides you through the mysteries of the seasons, with simple, easy-to-follow tips on the best way to make your garden grow.
50 Things You Can Do to Manage IBS

50 Things You Can Do to Manage IBS

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Wendy Green

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£2.99
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Did you know that up to one in five people in the UK suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?

Are you one of them?

In this easy-to-follow book, Wendy Green explains how diet, food intolerances, gut infections and bacterial imbalance, stress and hormones can contribute to IBS and offers practical advice and a holistic approach to help you deal with the symptoms, including simple dietary and lifestyle changes and DIY complementary therapies.

Find out 50 things you can do today to help you cope with IBS including:

• Identify your IBS triggers and learn how to manage them
• Choose beneficial foods and supplements
• Manage stress and relax to reduce flare-ups
• Learn which types of exercise can help to relieve symptoms
• Find helpful organisations and products
The Little Book of Modern Grooming

The Little Book of Modern Grooming

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Rufus Cavendish

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£9.99
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Hardcover
From shaping your beard to the ultimate skincare routine, this sleek volume offers hacks, techniques and tips to keep you looking fine as hell. Discover natural alternatives to keep costs down and tackle bathroom bottle clutter. With this advice-filled book you’re just a page-turn away from looking great and feeling even better.
Get Your Shit Together

Get Your Shit Together

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Vicki Vrint

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£5.99
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‘The secret of getting ahead is getting started.’ Mark Twain


Organise your stuff and organise your life – you’ll soon see the results.


This book tells you exactly how to get your sh*t together, so you can be the best version of yourself.
Use its winning blend of super-achievable life hacks, motivating quotations and lots of good sh*t to kick-start your transformation.
Top Tips for Weddings

Top Tips for Weddings

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Vicky Edwards

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£6.99
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Hardcover
There’s a lot to think about between the moment you say ‘Yes!’ and the moment you say ‘I do’. With advice on everything from picking the ideal venue to creative ideas for your wedding cake, this little book is the perfect companion to planning the wedding of your dreams.
The Little Book of Moustaches

The Little Book of Moustaches

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Rufus Cavendish

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£3.99
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Dust off your Dali and hake out your Selleck, the ’tache is back. This impeccably turned-out little guide to the world’s most famous upper-lip embellishments will teach you how to groom, craft, style and quote your way to

Moustache Greatness.
Top Tips for Grooms

Top Tips for Grooms

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James Harrison

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£5.99
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The question has been popped, the ring has been presented and the celebrations have begun! What’s next? Just the wedding.

Top Tips for Grooms presents ingenious ideas for the any groom-to-be, covering the ever-so-stressful months preceding the wedding – including surviving your stag party and choosing your outfit – to the big day itself.
The Little Book of Beards

The Little Book of Beards

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Rufus Cavendish

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£6.99
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Paperback
Start grooming your Gandalf and break out your Blessed; the beard is back. This impeccably turned-out little guide on the world’s most famous facial embellishments will teach you how to groom, craft, style and quote your way to beard greatness.
From A to Bee

From A to Bee

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James Dearsley

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£6.99
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Beekeeping. Oh my what have I done? I am 30 years old, I have been married for three years and am a new father to a fantastic little boy. Surely there are things that I should be doing at this age which do not involve little yellow and black insects that can hurt you if you are remotely clumsy (which at 6 feet 5, I have an amazing ability to be). James Dearsley’s wife thought he had lost his mind when he announced his intention to become a beekeeper. But like many interested in the self-sufficient lifestyle, he loved gardening and growing vegetables on his allotment and the old romantic in him had idealistic notions of teaching his little boy where honey came from, so he set himself what seemed a reasonable goal: to get, in a year’s time, just one jar of honey.
The Hedgerow Apothecary Forager's Handbook

The Hedgerow Apothecary Forager's Handbook

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Christine Iverson

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£10.99
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Paperback
Learn to forage in the hedgerows like the herbalists of the past

As many of us look for ways to live a more planet-friendly lifestyle, the sustainable and ethical art of foraging offers us a way to connect with the world around us. It is a practice rich in tradition and steeped in history, and one that links us to our past and our future.

This foraging companion is designed to be taken with you on your adventures into the hedgerows, forests and woodland all year round. Helpfully arranged by season, this book includes clear photographs to aid plant identification, ideas on how best to prepare and preserve your finds, fascinating foraging and plant folklore, and handy pages to make your own notes and drawings.

Additional features:

– Paperback and lightweight (approx. 330g) design, to allow you to take the book with you while foraging
– A month-by-month foraging calendar
– Advice on foraging etiquette and tips for creating a forager’s toolkit
This is the essential guide to enjoying the bountiful delights of the hedgerows.
Cottagecore

Cottagecore

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Daisy Oakley

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£12.99
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Hardcover
Welcome to Cottagecore – a world full of wildflower meadows and picnics, homemade jam and floaty dresses, traditional crafts and cosy country retreats. Embrace a more peaceful way of life where there’s always a delicious pie baking in the oven and birdsong drifting on the breeze. Rekindle your love for nature and find solace in the soothing art of cottagecore with the help of this beautiful book of recipes, crafts, activities and design ideas. Wherever you live, bring the beauty, nostalgia and simplicity of country living into your home and heart, all year round.
The Little Book of Yoga

The Little Book of Yoga

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Eleanor Hall

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£6.99
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Paperback
Delve into this inspiring introduction to the ancient practice of yoga and learn all you need to know to energize your body, mind and spirit every day

There are plenty of reasons to try yoga – it can strengthen your body, soothe your soul, reduce stress and much more! This easy-to-digest guide has plenty of simple tips and helpful advice to get you started on your yoga journey.

Whether you’re a total beginner or an experienced yogi, the teachings in these pages are suited to a range of abilities and offer the benefits of yoga to everyone. Packed with a variety of poses broken down into step-by-step instructions, this little book contains all the information you need to live with more peace, balance and freedom.

This book includes:

– Simple breathing exercises to increase energy, focus and mindfulness
– Step-by-step guidance on a variety of yoga sequences including sun salutations, standing and seated poses
– Uplifting quotations to inspire positive thinking
Be inspired to enjoy all that’s best about an AWESOME YOGA LIFESTYLE.
Positively Primal

Positively Primal

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Emma Woolf

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£9.99
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Paperback
What if life could be simpler and slower, purer and more primal?

What if we had more time to gaze out of the window or walk barefoot in the grass, to cook with fresh ingredients, to spend time with friends and family, to create and invent and explore… what if we made real, human company a priority over digital distraction and virtual reality?

Our world of constant connection can leave us feeling disconnected and dissatisfied; the more time we spend looking at our screens, the less our real lives make sense. Positively Primal is a rallying cry for a more human-friendly, earth-friendly existence, drawing on everything from modern science to ancient philosophy, contemporary culture to common sense.

This book will take you on a journey to reconnect with the natural world around you and with the food you eat, to rediscover your body’s fitness and strength, to improve relationships with yourself and others, and to find fulfilment in work. Positively Primal is a greener, cleaner pathway to a healthier lifestyle for you, body and soul.
How to Support Your Anxious Child

How to Support Your Anxious Child

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Poppy O’Neill

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£10.99
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Paperback
A gentle, practical guide for parents and carers of anxious children who are finding it difficult to navigate their child’s worries

Children are often reluctant to speak about their worries or don’t have the language to articulate them. This makes it difficult to know how serious their concerns are and how you can support them. A child’s worries can also be projected onto the caregiver, which can create a cycle of anxiety in the relationship.

This guide offers quick-to-action parenting solutions, effective coping strategies and simple lifestyle changes to help you help your child. With these tools, your child will be able to express their feelings and manage their anxiety by building resilience and self-confidence for life.

Inside this book, you will learn how to:
· Identify the source of your child’s anxiety
· Help your child practise calming techniques when they feel anxious
· Teach your child simple relaxation exercises
· Instil good habits in your child’s routine, including better sleep and diet
· Know when to seek support
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