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I know that most of us are trying to take extra care of our wellbeing right now. For me, lock down has been a fine balancing act of sticking to a ‘normal’ routine at home to ensure that my mind and body stay healthy yet allowing myself to relax without feeling guilty when my weekends aren’t always productive.

Wellbeck Publishing is kindly offering one of my readers the chance to win a bundle of three wellbeing books focusing on different areas, including how to get a good nights sleep, ways to keep your home tidy with minimal effort and a brilliant journal to help you free up some of that mental clutter that we all carry around and encourage you to be a little bit kinder to yourself.

Sort Your Sh*t Out by Caroline Jones

This book is part interactive journal and part step-by-step guide using life-coaching techniques, easy activities and practical tasks. I like the no-nonsense guidance in this one and it nudges you to dig a bit deeper and address some potential underlying issues that could be subconsciously causing you problems.

With visualisation exercises, goal setting and space for journaling, it’s like having your own little cheerleader on the coffee table and one that I’ve taken to reading almost every day to give me a boost when I’m struggling. I’ll be buying a few more copies of this one to give to my girls and like-minded friends.

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The Easy Life by ITV’s Queen of Clean Lynsey Crombie

Cleaning influencers have certainly seen a rise in popularity and Lynsey is up there with some of the best in the industry. She spent years working as a professional cleaner, is now enjoying fame as an Instagram icon and her book focuses on an easy to follow ‘clean regime’ for every season of the year, containing multiple interactive ’smart lists’, tables and charts.

Again, this is also an activity book to help you set realistic goals and I like the way it’s not preachy; it addresses the fact that most of us are already juggling far too much and doesn’t make you feel bad for not being a domestic god/ess.  Lynsey shares the point throughout that housework and chores should never fall on just one person in the household and gives advice on how to get everyone involved.

The tips in this book are genuinely useful and it not only focuses on the act of cleaning but showcases recipes for homemade cleaning products minus the chemicals that many shop-bought ones contain, tips on how to reduce plastic waste in the home, ideas for Christmas festivities, planning summer holidays and just about everything inbetween.

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Clean Sleeping by Lisa Helmanis

When it comes to falling and staying, asleep, I don’t usually have many issues, however, I can fall into the trap of staying up later than I should and feeling exhausted the next day, even more so when my usual routine is disrupted or if I’m feeling particularly anxious. Backed up by comprehensive scientific evidence, this book explores the lifestyle and medical factors that can trigger sleep disturbances from insomnia, sleepwalking and night terrors to apnoea and narcolepsy.

As well as describing symptoms, it offers simple and easy to follow holistic solutions that can help you banish sleep problems gently and effectively whilst fitting around your lifestyle. I like the fact that it addresses all different situations such as shift working, how to ease babies and toddlers in a sleep routine that suits the whole family, foods that can aid slumber, tackling stress and anxiety before bed and addresses issues caused by snoring.

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45 responses to “AD | Wellbeing Book Bundle | Giveaway”

  1. Justine Barnes says:

    I wrote a whole self care guide for our staff (I work in HR) so I try to stick to that – good diet, regular exercise, alone time when I need it, forcing myself to be sociable as I love it when I get there, hobbies and adding in plenty of fun stuff to stop life getting stale – even if it’s just buying a different brand or style!

  2. AJ says:

    To listen to yourself!

  3. Heli L says:

    Get enough sleep and it’s ok to say ‘no’.

  4. Fiona jk42 says:

    I try to focus on the positive things in my life and don’t stress over things that happened in the past.

  5. kim neville says:

    Take time to relax and have some me time, a nice facial or soaking feet and relaxing in the garden with the sun shining down 🙂

  6. Jessica Barber says:

    To talk to yourself how you’d talk to your best friend!

  7. Kallie Maile says:

    Sometimes it is ok to be selfish. I am a people pleaser so struggle with this myself, but I really do think that sometimes you just have to think of your needs first.

  8. Helen Tyler says:

    Try not to worry too much about things in the future. Deal with today’s drama first!

  9. Orange23 says:

    Plenty of sleep, healthy diet and drink lots of water

  10. Tina Lawton says:

    Make sleep a priority and take time to meditate.

  11. Adrian Bold says:

    Try and see the positives in any situation and make sure you are finding time each day to do the things you want to (not the things you need to)

  12. Sandra Fortune says:

    Yoga and deep relaxation exercises clear your mind and help to keep you strong

  13. Allison Sherwood says:

    I have been practicing 10 minutes of mindfulness meditation daily and it makes me feel so much better

  14. Clare A Gillman says:

    * Eat fruit
    * Get sleep
    * Try yoga

    Works for me….. 🙂

  15. Chris Hobbs says:

    I need to run every day or I go into panic mode. I also need to read eat well and get plenty of sleep.

  16. Patricia Barrett says:

    Find 30-60 mins each day for yourself to do something you enjoy – listening to music, crafting, reading etc.

  17. Sheri Darby says:

    Go for a daily walk, it is exercise and frees the mind

  18. Anthea Holloway says:

    Stay busy and active and try not to worry!

  19. Laura Pritchard says:

    Spoil yourself every day – whether it’s by having that bar of chocolate or lingering in a bath with a face mask. You deserve it.

  20. Carolyn E says:

    Eat well, sleep well and try not to do anything that will leave you worrying about the consequences

  21. lynn neal says:

    Healthy eating, good hydration, outdoor exercise, plenty of rest and a loving family!

  22. Emma England says:

    Make sure you Make time for yourself. Sometimes you need to put yourself first.

  23. Elena Kase says:

    My top tip is to watch less news, do more things you love, eat a rainbow choice of food every day, and meditation before bedtime helps to sleep better.

  24. lesley renshaw says:

    Remembering that every day is a new start and the kids will not notice if the house is tidy but they will remember the time you spend with them. This has made me appreciate what’s important in life rather than stressing over silly things that don’t matter as much. In short, nobody’s perfect and don’t be so hard on yourself by compare yourself to others.

  25. Ross Leech says:

    Get plenty of sleep.

  26. donna jones says:

    Connect with others

  27. Karen hutchinson says:

    Stop worrying about everything , exercise daily , pamper yourself with all those forgotten beauty sets at the bottom of your cupboard/wardrobe

  28. Avs says:

    Good diet and plenty of exercise.

  29. angela Treadway says:

    mine is to not sweat the small things and let things go that arent worth your worry.

  30. Rachel Craig says:

    Value :- Kindness, Caring, Sharing.

  31. Mel Pennie says:

    Plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, water and fresh air!

  32. Joanne Greer says:

    Drink plenty of water and have a good nights sleep.

  33. Kim M says:

    Have felt so much better since taking up gardening – do something you love x

  34. Becca Murphy says:

    Get a good night’s sleep, drink water, prioritise time with loved ones and don’t sweat the small stuff.

  35. Ruth Harwood says:

    A walk every day will help keep the boredom and loneliness at bay – say hi to everyone you pass, though obviously keep your distance!!

  36. Jo m welsh says:

    Try to always go for a walk each day and also try and take some time for your self to do what you want to do.

  37. Lisa Corcoran says:

    I try to have a relaxing bath, use lavender oil (loving Neom) a good book. I sometimes use the app Calm. Stsrt and end the day with a positive thought.

  38. fiona waterworth says:

    I wish I coulf follow my own advice at this time, which would be plenty of exercise and a good diet with lots of water as well

  39. Sheena Batey says:

    Enough hours sleep and deep breathing

  40. Kelly Wheelhouse says:

    Try to get some fresh air every day, even if it’s through a window, in the garden, or by going out for a walk <3 I always feel better after having some fresh air

  41. Solange says:

    Eat well, exercise, drink plenty of water and get lots of sleep.

  42. Annabel Greaves says:

    I love to make some me time every day

  43. Kerryrb says:

    Always look on the bright side and try to focus on the positives. Also meditation and exercise does wonders.

  44. amy Simpson says:

    Don’t put too much pressure on yourself,take every day at a time,and take 20mins out of the day,to do something relaxing x

  45. Sadiyya Maryam says:

    To be kinder to myself and not worry about what people think! Doesn’t often work but I keep trying nonetheless.

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