Self-Help

Eric Wilson’s How to Be Weird is an Rx for the rote life, an antidote to crushing mundanity.

Eric Wilson’s How to Be Weird is an Rx for the rote life, an antidote to crushing mundanity.

Marisa Renee Lee describes the long haul of loss and speaks directly and compassionately to those who are experiencing it.

Marisa Renee Lee describes the long haul of loss and speaks directly and compassionately to those who are experiencing it.

Sheila Darcey knows the therapeutic potential of low-stakes sketching and encourages readers to try 21 exercises designed to help them dig deep emotionally.

Sheila Darcey knows the therapeutic potential of low-stakes sketching and encourages readers to try 21 exercises designed to help them dig deep emotionally.

The Power of Fun provides instructions for filling your life with the kind of playful, connected fun that leaves you feeling nourished and refreshed.

The Power of Fun provides instructions for filling your life with the kind of playful, connected fun that leaves you feeling nourished and refreshed.

In her warm, welcoming book, Julie Smith provides helpful strategies for managing weighty feelings such as stress, grief, fear and self-doubt.

In her warm, welcoming book, Julie Smith provides helpful strategies for managing weighty feelings such as stress, grief, fear and self-doubt.

Jane Goodall may be Earth’s ultimate cheerleader, and in The Book of Hope, she professes steadfast hope for both humanity and our planet.

Jane Goodall may be Earth’s ultimate cheerleader, and in The Book of Hope, she professes steadfast hope for both humanity and our planet.

The many voices featured in I’m Speaking Now rise up like a powerful choir, offering melodies that will stay with you.

The many voices featured in I’m Speaking Now rise up like a powerful choir, offering melodies that will stay with you.

If you’re yearning to become a true change-maker, turn to Karen Walrond’s extremely helpful The Lightmaker’s Manifesto for a profound nudge.

If you’re yearning to become a true change-maker, turn to Karen Walrond’s extremely helpful The Lightmaker’s Manifesto for a profound nudge.

Out of Office is a well-researched, timely and persuasive book that asks both workers and managers to reimagine the concept of work in a post-pandemic world.

Out of Office is a well-researched, timely and persuasive book that asks both workers and managers to reimagine the concept of work in a post-pandemic world.

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