I'm very excited to bring to you a new feature on LCR. Most of you who read my blog know well enough that I like books that focus on well-being. I suffer from fibromyalgia and I went through post-partum depression. It is through continuous research and educating myself that I have been able to feel better and lead a very active, productive and satisfying life.
In view of this, I want to reserve a special spot on my blog for what I call "wellness" books and products because I like to highlight information that is educational and enlightening. Along with me, I will have Maria Fragapane, a renowned Montreal kinesiologist who specializes in exercise and physical rehabilitation programs for individuals with Parkinson's Disease and for those who survived a stroke and heart attack. Maria will also highlight and review books in this Wellness Feature.
Maria and I both work at the Cummings Centre for the 50+ community that offers its members a myriad of programs and activities where they can keep active of mind, body and spirit. We've attended many lectures from specialists from all over North America about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle and how to age well. We are both keen on sharing our love of wellness with you.
Finding balance in one’s life is not easy. Sometimes I feel I’m doing great. But other times I’m so frazzled and overwhelmed I wonder what possessed me to think I could do all I set out to do. Reading The Momnificent Life was like a breath of fresh air, infusing me with positive energy so that I felt motivated and confident I could truly accomplish what I want to do. I was surprised to see how complete this book is with information and valuable advice on practically every topic a mom faces today. Read full review
In two weeks, the Wellness Feature will spotlight The Wheat Belly by William Davis.
Are there any books you've read that promote well-being? Feel free to share any titles or suggestions for the Wellness Feature. I love discovering new books of this genre!