Quick Lit February 2015
Widow Walk by Gerard LaSalle: Interesting historical fiction taking place during the earliest settlements of Washington State.
Isthmus (Widow Walk Saga Book 2) by Gerard LaSalle: The follow-up to Widow Walk has great premise, but tells the story from too many different point-of-views, making for a difficult read.
Cure Your Skin Compulsions by Tracy McCullough: A great overview of ways to deal with skin compulsions such as picking at your skin.
Wicklow Folk Tales by Brendan Nolan: A charming collection of old tales and stories from Wicklow county Ireland.
From Coping to Thriving: How to Turn Self-care into a Way of Life by Hannah Braime: From Coping to Thriving is an excellent introduction to the ways of self-care and a wonderful guide to figure out what self-care means to you and how you can best take care of your needs. It also has an extensive list of helpful suggestions to try out. Highly recommended! (full review)
My Year Without Matches: Escaping the City in Search of the Wild by Claire Dunn: A fascinating insight of living a year in the wild, and how we get to the core of who we really are. (full review)
The Better Baby Book: How to Have a Healthier, Smarter, Happier Baby by Lana & David Asprey: While I don’t agree with all of the Aspreys recommendations, there’s a lot of thought-provoking stuff in here.
The Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease, Heal Your Body by Sarah Ballantyne: The Paleo Approach is THE book for people with autoimmune disease, looking for a way to their illness primarily through diet and lifestyle. Highly recommended.
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