A Zero Waste Life in Thirty Days makes it easy—even convenient, fun, and envy producing!—to become a conservationist. Inside, Vandyke elegantly and encouragingly invites readers to follow a simple, manageable plan that will incorporate sustainable techniques into their lives one day at a time over a 30-day period, and leave them with a more intentional, fulfilling, and Earth-friendly lifestyle.
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From the author who has sold more than 5 million copies of Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy comes a new and revolutionary high-speed treatment for depression and anxiety.
Based on 40 years of research and more than 40,000 hours treating individuals with severe mood problems. The goal is not just a rapid and complete elimination of negative feelings, but the development of joy and enlightenment.
In Get Your Head Out of Your App: A Psychic’s Guide to Attracting and Keeping True Love, Deborah Graham establishes useful guidelines on how to look outside of ones technological advances to not only establish verbal connections, but to establish connections that speak to the physical being and resonates with ones individual electromagnetic energy.
Your body fights to keep you within a range of about 15 pounds--also known as your "setpoint weight." New research reveals that you can lower your setpoint and end that battle for good by focusing on the quality of calories you eat, not the quantity. With The Setpoint Diet, you will reprogram your body with a 21-day plan to rev up your metabolism, eliminate inflammation, heal your hormones, repair your gut, and get your body working like that of a naturally thin person--permanently.
What happens when an ordinary teenager has to turn into a warrior to survive? Amy Oestreicher had ambitious plans for college and a Broadway career, until her stomach exploded the week before her senior prom. Months later, she awoke from a coma to learn that she might never be able to eat or drink again.
In The Outdoor Citizen: Get Out, Give Back, Get Active (Apollo Publishers; June 2020; Hardcover; $24.99; ISBN: 978-1-94-806218-3), John Judge, president and CEO of the Appalachian Mountain Club, America’s oldest (1876) and most vibrant recreat
Dr. Brian King trained as a neuroscientist and psychologist and for the past decade has traveled the world as a comedian and public speaker. By day he conducts seminars, presented nationwide and attended by thousands of people each year, on positive psychology, the health benefits of humor, and stress management. By night he practices what he teaches in comedy clubs. Dr.
Janice Asher, MD is a board‑certified
In the world of pediatric care, sleep safety guidelines are controversial and often misguided. Health professionals broadly discourage all forms of cosleeping, which, along with the potentially devastating consequences, makes deciding how and where your baby should sleep both confusing and frightening. Parents who cherish the closeness, security, and warmth of cosleeping are finding themselves conflicted, concerned, and exhausted.
“Dance is something we all do, whether we know it or not,” says Klym. “Climbers, when they rappel into
the Grand Canyon, use the same techniques dancers use to land gracefully from a jump. Lovers perform
a dance when their bodies merge. Words dance. Language is the choreography that joins reader to writer
in a dance that obscures the distinction between human and text, the dancer and the dance…You, the
reader, have your own life, your memories and imagination, which become intertwined with my life, my
memories and imagination, through the fiction I write.”