Wellness pioneers Nadia Narain and Katia Narain Phillips have spent years helping others to feel their best, but it took them a bit longer to understand how to look after themselves. Here they share the small achievable steps they have learned, and how you can apply them to your own life, wherever you are.
Self-Care for the Real World is a combination of friendly advice, personal stories, exercises, and recipes. The book is a practical guide to self-care for real people with busy lives. The authors are sharp and funny, and they acknowledge that there is no one way to practice self-care. They're not here to give strict instructions or preach drastic life changes, but to offer small suggestions to help you toward becoming the best version of yourself.
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"Coauthors, sisters, and wellness gurus Nadia and Katia are equally ardent in their alternating narrations of this practical guide on self-care. Together, they work to convince listeners of the importance of self-respect, self-compassion, and taking care of our own needs in order to be kinder, more giving people who can impact others more positively. The sisters' amiable tone mirrors their straightforward advice and doable tips on how to cope with personal hardships such as breakups, grief, and loneliness, as well as day-to-day scheduling like meal prep and managing social media. This is an invaluable treasure trove of ideas on becoming the best version of ourselves. M.F. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"