From Instagram influencer and lifestyle and fashion it-girl Hannah Bronfman, a lifestyle guide to attaining optimal health and wellness by creating a routine that is not punishing or depriving but pleasurable and delicious. Whether walking a red carpet, shooting a campaign for Adidas, or posting about a workout to her nearly half a million Instagram followers, Hannah Bronfman is the picture of health. But she'll be the first one to admit that the road to true wellness and self-acceptance isn't easy. As a woman of color who grew up watching a close family member struggle with an eating disorder, she's had to forge her own path and create her own standards of beauty. And what she's learned is this: wellness should not be an aspiration, and self-care should not feel self-punishing. Healthy is beautiful. And healthy should feel good. In Do What Feels Good, Hannah offers a lifestyle guide full of the kinds of self-care practices that are not only good for you, but are also pleasurable. As a model, exercise junkie, food-lover, beauty product addict, and wellness entrepreneur, Hannah has access to the latest trends and the best experts. She's tried it all, and she shares it all, because she knows that there is no one-size-fits-all equation for health and happiness. Divided into four parts: Feeling Optimal (Health); Feeling at Ease (Beauty); Feeling Lifted (Fitness); and Feeling Nurtured (Food), Do What Feels Good shows readers how to get in touch with their body's natural rhythms and identify their own desires. There are no rules, just information, advice, and tools-including recipes and tips for food, beauty, and movement-that empower readers to make to make small changes that align with their body's needs. Because the ultimate measure of wellness isn't how you look, it's how you feel.
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