I loved this book. As far as I am aware this is the second of Ruby’s books on Mindfulness after Sane New World (I will link the post here if you haven’t read it).
This book is amazing for anyone wanting to gain an insight into mindfulness. It is written in Ruby’s trademark humorous, yet poignant way as she describes her battle with her mental health.
The book is such a useful guide for allowing you to understand the whys and how’s of mental health. Then providing useful strategies to adopt and implement into your own daily routine. It’s one of those useful books you can keep coming back to and dipping in and out of relevant sections.
The book also has a few technical/scientific insight references. If you are like me and you love a bit of learning as you are reading. It also has a section on exercises you can do on the move, for example bag lifts and trolly stretching. There is also a specific section on parenting and mindfulness where Ruby talks about how to apply mindfulness whether you have babies or teenagers.
I’ve popped the Amazon link here here if you fancy a graders.
I’ve just added her latest book, How to Be a Human: The Manual to my Amazon wish list. It’s out in hardback and Kindle at the moment in the UK, but I’m going to wait for the paperback. Anyone else prefer a paperback?
Have you read the book?
Lots of love, Helen