The Art of Getting Started - Lee Crutchley
Popular illustrator Lee Crutchley is no stranger to creative blocks. Whether he's working for a corporate client or creating his own art, Crutchley has faced that blank page (and tablet screen) more times than he can count -- and through trial and error and sheer force of will, he's come up with a range of lively prompts, activities, and challenges that help to shift the perspective and get those creative juices flowing again in new and surprising ways. This upbeat, interactive, and very cool
The No Excuses Diet: The Anti-Diet Approach to Crank Up Your Energy and Weight Loss! - Jonathan Roche
When was the last time you had tons of energy, were at a healthy weight, and felt amazing? Maybe it was in high school, on your wedding day, or prior to having your first child. Whether it was six months ago or thirty years ago, you deserve to get back to that place. And you can do it without dieting and without long workouts! Eight Things You Can Expect from This Book: 1)You will learn how to hit your goal weight or drop 52 to 156 pounds (1 to 3 pounds per week) in one year. 2)You will turn
The Five Seasons: Tap Into Nature's Secrets for Health, Happiness, and Harmony - Joseph Cardillo
'Five Seasons' is a simple yet effective code for optimising the way you live. Based on the five universal seasons from traditional Chinese medicine as well as on Western psychology, this title will teach you how to use the rising and falling energies of nature's seasons to train your mind and body to feel relaxed, energised and content - all year long. The formula is simple: change the way you process nature's energies and you will change your life.
The Attachment Parenting Book: A Commonsense Guide to Understanding and Nurturing Your Baby - William Sears, Martha Sears
Might you and your baby both sleep better if you shared a bed? How old is too old for breastfeeding? What is a father's role in nurturing a newborn? How does early attachment foster a child's eventual independence? Dr. Bill and Martha Sears -- the doctor-and-nurse, husband-and-wife team who coined the term "attachment parenting" -- answer these and many more questions in this practical, inspiring guide. Attachment parenting is a style of parenting that encourages a strong early
But I Deserve This Chocolate!: The Fifty Most Common Diet-Derailing Excuses and How to Outwit Them - Susan Albers
Most of us are really, really good at devising reasons to indulge in foods that derail our diets and healthy eating plans. Who among us hasn’t thought, “I had a stressful day, so I deserve this chocolate,” or, “Buttery popcorn would go so well with this movie!” In But I Deserve This Chocolate!, psychologist Susan Albers takes aim at the fifty most common self-sabotaging thoughts and excuses that keep you from eating right and looking great. This guide dismantles each excuse and offers a
Emotional Wellness: Transforming Fear, Anger, and Jealousy into Creative Energy - Osho
How do we reconcile our need to express our emotions with our desire to protect others? Far too often we find ourselves trapped in this dilemma of expression versus repression. We fear that by expressing our true feelings, we will hurt and alienate those close to us. But by repressing our emotions—even in the benevolent guise of “self-control”—we only risk hurting ourselves. Osho, one of the most provocative and inspiring spiritual teachers of our time, provides here a practical and
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Holly Lisle's Create a Character Clinic - Holly Lisle
Are you selling your fiction yet? Editors reject most books because the characters fall flat. Full-time professional novelist Holly Lisle offers her method for creating and writing compelling fictional characters that sell to editors ... and readers. Includes: * What makes a character interesting (and what doesn't) * Techniques for giving your characters compelling needs that resonate with readers * How to use the seven critical areas of character development to prevent
The Art of War for Writers - James Scott Bell
Successfully starting and finishing a publishable novel is often like fighting a series of battles - against the page, against one's own self-doubt, against rebellious characters, etc. Featuring timeless, innovative, and concise writing strategies and focused exercises, this book is the ultimate battle plan and more - it's Sun Tzu's "The Art of War" for novelists. Tactics and exercises are provided on idea generation and development, character building, plotting, drafting, querying
The Panic Free Steps: Panic Attacks: Chemicals in your Diet - L.K. Speirs
The Panic Free Steps is a revolutionary book, an author's story with a scientific and evidence-fuelled direction for preventative measures and cures to stop Panic Attacks and related Anxiety. This book also contains years of letters from Pilots who had Panic Attacks and Blackouts whilst flying and who are linked in to the Author's own Resolutions of her Attacks. The Author had Panic Attacks and other related conditions for 29 years from the age of 11 years old. After trying every method
How Sex Works: Why We Look, Smell, Taste, Feel, and Act the Way We Do - Sharon Moalem
Why are women biologically driven to find Mr. Tall, Dark, and Handsome? Can more sex help ensure a safe pregnancy? What effect does pornography have on a man's fertility? In this compelling follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Survival of the Sickest, Dr. Sharon Moalem takes us on a trip from prehistory to the forefront of cutting-edge medical research, and through a bedroom or two, to tell the story of how human sexuality has developed over time. How Sex Works challenges common
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