Now anyone can use his science-based approach to make changes that are simple to achieve and sticky enough to last.
In the hugely anticipated Tiny Habits, BJ Fogg shows us how to change our lives for the better, one tiny habit at a time.
A guide for anyone looking to transition to a vegan lifestyle. With over 100 delicious recipes as well as practical, inspirational and reassuring advice from a food-writer who has been a vegan for thirty years.
How do you want to change your life?
This book will show you how to inject some magic into your mornings, make your days more fulfilling and more productive, and set yourself on course to achieve your dreams - and all in just five minutes. It's everything you need to make your day - and your life - spectacular.
A Quarter Glass of Milk details the twelve months after mountain runner Moire O'Sullivan's husband, Pete, took his own life, leaving Moire with a stark choice: to weep forever over the glass of milk that had just spilt or to get on with the quarter that was still remaining.
Do stress and anxiety cloud your mind?
Do you ever really sleep properly?
For the first time, in this book, renowned mind coach Don Macpherson will share his ten simple tools to help you turn down the volume on the negative chatter in your head and take back control of your life.
Brilliant . But if we can learn to separate what we can control - our thoughts and actions - from all else beyond our control, we can find a surer footing with which to greet the world and experience our own concept of happiness.
Introducing the new 'How To...' series from #Merky Books: unlock your potential with our short, practical pocket-sized guides.
How to Calm It: Relax Your Mind
This is not your typical book about mindfulness.
It's a chance for me to forget about the things going on in the world around me for a minute.
I hope this book helps you to lose yourself for a moment, too - and that you enjoy reading it and even, maybe, having a go at some of the bits inside.
Lots of Love, to the moon and back
What medical breakthroughs and new technologies will make this possible?
In this brilliantly wide-ranging, one-stop guide WIRED journalist James Temperton outlines the medical revolutions that are transforming healthcare.
Explains why rage and aggression is on the increase in our society and offers strategies to curb excessive anger in yourself and others - at home, in the workplace, in public and even whilst driving. This book explains the difference between healthy anger and destructive anger, and why anger is a natural survival strategy.
Looks at the way we understand and deal with a wide range of anxiety disorders. Based on the human givens approach to psychotherapy, this work contains science-based insights into human behaviour, our needs and the ways in which we get those needs met that will help you overcome a range of anxiety-led behaviours and take back control of your life.
Publishing in English for the very first time, Japan's beloved coming of age classic on what really matters in life
The streets of Tokyo swarm below fifteen year-old Copper as he gazes out into the city of his childhood.
I highly recommend it.' Jessica Ryn, author of The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside
'An amazing book of determination and not giving up when things are difficult'
'Norman is one of the most lovable characters I have ever met'
'This books breaks your heart in one sentence and makes you laugh the next'
The surprisingly dramatic role of nutrition in our mental health, and how diet and micronutrients can be used to help treat and prevent anxiety, depression, ADHD and other mental health disorders.
'The Better Brain is the first book that will tell you both how and why nutrients can be used to treat mental-health issues.
Possibly a vegan's best friend, tofu is a wonderful protein packed, nutrient dense superfood containing iron and calcium and other essential vitamins and minerals. Plus it is super versatile and can be used in any number of sweet and savoury dishes from stir fries to smoothies.
In the winter of 1705 the young Johann Sebastian Bach, then unknown as a composer, set off on a long journey by foot to Lubeck, a distance of more than 250 miles. This journey was a pivotal point in the life of the great composer. In Something of his Art, Horatio Clare follows in his footsteps.