Happy Ever After

Paul Dolan

A dream house, perfect partner, higher education, immaculate health… These are some of the many familiar narratives we’re told to aspire to in the hope for happiness. But what does your happy ever after really look like? Paul Dolan teaches us to defy society’s status quo in order to explore the many unexpected paths to contentment; by freeing ourselves from the concept of the ‘perfect life’, we might discover our own version of happiness is what we were seeking all along.

The Source

Tara Swart

What if we could train our brain to transform the direction of our life? Neuroscientist and executive coach Dr Tara Swart teaches us how to do just that, drawing upon science and spirituality to show how the things we seek are governed by our ability to think, feel and act. Follow her four-step plan to unlock the power of your mind, step out of ‘autopilot’ thinking and manifest a life true to you. Supported by her unique take on exercises such as journalling and vision boarding, The Source empowers you to approach living with confidence and clarity.

The Key to Happiness

Meik Wiking

Meik Wiking, Founder and CEO of the world’s only Happiness Research Institute returns with a read guaranteed to put a smile on your face. The Key to Happiness is based around six blocks of happiness; togetherness, money, health, kindness, trust and freedom. Each block contains easy-to-implement exercises and insightful case studies from some of the happiest people in the world, to help you find happiness in the simplest things, and spread the joy to those around you.


The Stress Solution

Dr Rangan Chatterjee

As a practising GP, Dr Rangan Chatterjee has seen first-hand how stress impacts both the emotional and physical health of his patients. In The Stress Solution, Dr Chatterjee draws upon his expertise to teach us that it’s easier than we think to reset our stress levels. Packed with simple yet transformative interventions – from redesigning your morning routine, to muting your digital world – this guide will help you become more resilient to the effects of stress, so you can lead a calmer, more fulfilled life.



Leonard Mlodinow

Elastic Thinking – it’s something we all have the ability to do. But what is it? How can it help us be more successful? Elastic thinking is what gives humans the edge over computers; it’s enabled some of the greatest inventors, philosophers, artists and musicians to spark change. Physics professor and author, Leonard Mlodinow, uses neuroscience to explain how our brains have evolved to become adept for innovation and inquiry. Use this book to uncover your own capacity for flexible thinking, spot opportunities, be more creative and thrive by boosting your ability to think outside the box.


Love for Imperfect Things

Haemin Sunim

When the pressures of tending to work and relationships build up, what’s the best way to respond? For many, the instinctive reaction is turn off and turn inwards, but this can result in depression and anxiety. Buddhist monk, Haenim Sunim, uses his trademark wisdom to teach us to nurture our own needs first, through compassion and self-care, so we have the energy to show up and care for others. Follow the gentle guidance throughout Love for Imperfect Things to build better relationships and find peace with your world.

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