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B is for Balance – 12 Steps Toward a More Balanced Life at Home and at Work

I was sceptical of this book at first – could the advice given be followed that easily, and could a more ‘balanced’ life really be achieved? But I need not have worried as the content had already become intriguing and compelling a few pages into the first chapter

I was sceptical of this book at first could the advice given be followed that easily, and could a more balanced life really be achieved? But I need not have worried as the content had already become intriguing and compelling a few pages into the first chapter.

Succinct questions are posed to encourage you to delve into your inner thoughts and feelings, bringing to the surface buoyant reflections and aha moments, which move you forward to a more focused journey through life.

Well written and laid out, it has a practical style that captures the mind and encourages the reader. This book is a great holistic guide to health and wellbeing, especially in these modern, demanding times.

I was sceptical of this book at first – could the advice given be followed that easily, and could a more ‘balanced’ life really be achieved? But I need not have worried as the content had already become intriguing and compelling a few pages into the first chapter.

Succinct questions are posed to encourage you to delve into your inner thoughts and feelings, bringing to the surface buoyant reflections and ‘aha’ moments, which move you forward to a more focused journey through life.

Well written and laid out, it has a practical style that captures the mind and encourages the reader. This book is a great holistic guide to health and wellbeing, especially in these modern, demanding times.

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