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Yearning for change? With summer here and a brand-new year almost upon us, now is the perfect time to take stock and work out what you want in life.

Real and lasting change takes consideration and consistency. Make note of the areas in your life that need to be addressed and then turn to the experts to find the advice that works for you. Sometimes the best advice can come from the right book at the right time. And the time for change is now. Even the smallest changes, if done consistently, can create real transformation.

What are the areas in your life that you need to focus on? Is it time to get on top of your health? Do you need to address the blocks and problems in your life, or perhaps find ways to be happier and more creative? If so, read on, because we have the perfect book for you below.

This list of books by experts in their field will point you in the right direction. Next stop, a new you!

So You Think You Know What’s Good for You by Dr Norman Swan

Dr Norman Swan has been delivering common-sense health and wellbeing advice for over thirty years. He replaces medical myths and half-truths with the facts, plain and simple, so you have all the information you need to ensure that your health is optimal. So You Think You Know What’s Good for You? Dr Norman Swan certainly does all this and more.

The Fast 800 Keto by Michael Mosley

What exactly is keto? What foods bring you in and out of ketosis and how can you follow this diet safely? Dr Michael Mosley has taught us all how to fast, and now he offers clear advice on how to make the keto diet work for you. Here, he combines this dynamic new weight-loss program with low-calorie intermittent fasting, giving you the best of both worlds to achieve long-term success. Also included are fifty delicious, low-carb recipes and menu plans by Dr Clare Bailey. 2022… you never looked (or felt) so good.

Step Into You by Lorraine Murphy

Are you feeling burnt out? It’s time for a reset. Entrepreneur and mentor Lorraine Murphy has delivered a practical guide for transforming your life. Step Into You is a reset that delivers essential tips, advice and hacks, as well as real-life examples of how other women created their own transformations. You'll feel like you've had a one-on-one mentoring session with Lorraine after reading this.

Find Your Unicorn Space by Eve Rodsky

Creativity is not optional. It's essential. Bestselling author Eve Rodsky has delivered an inspirational guide for setting new personal goals, rediscovering your interests, cultivating creativity, and reclaiming your Unicorn Space. This is a combination of research, advice and big-picture thinking that will help you unleash your gifts and talents in 2022.

How to Do the Work by Dr Nicole LePera

Dr Nicole LePera is known as ‘The Holistic Psychologist’ to her 4 million Instagram followers, and her book How To Do The Work is a sensation. LePera presents an essential guide to creating a more vibrant, authentic, and joyful life. She helps us recognise how adverse experiences and trauma keep us stuck in unhealthy patterns. This incredibly insightful book offers something for everyone.

Unf*ck Yourself by Gary John Bishop

This is a self-help book for people who don’t like self-help books. Gary John Bishop is committed to shifting people's ability to exert real change in their lives. His no-frills approach is the perfect holiday reading when you want change, and you want it now. In Unfuck Yourself, he teaches you to look inside, take responsibility for your life, and unleash your greatness.

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