5 Nourishing reads for January

The New Year is the perfect time for quiet nourishment in my book - rather than tackling gruelling deprivation right in the deepest, darkest months of the year. Resetting your intentions, habits and looking ahead to your own personal goals, or hopes for 2022. So I thought I'd share some inspiring, nourishing reads below, from my favourite comfort food recipes to journals, and mindfulness practices...

I was thrilled to hold our Anthropologie x Dilli Grey launch at Jikoni's earlier this summer - a real highlight of 2021 for me - and Ravinder's book of the same name includes nourishing (for the body and soul) dishes - drawing inspiration from her multi-cultural heritage. Perfect food for adding warmth and colour to dark winter days.

Jikoni, Ravinder Bhogal

 

For me, the winter months of January and February are all about planning, preparing and setting my intentions for the 'new year', which for me - starts with the herald of spring. This 12-week journal contains weekly lessons and challenges to help beat burnout, delivered through the pages of the journal alongside an online dashboard with lifetime access to video lessons in yoga, mindfulness, meditation, nutrition and breathwork, which can be watched time and again. A great resource to start the year prioritising YOU.

 

The Anti-Burn Out Journal, Bex Spiller

A new release and one I'm excited to dive into on my festive break, Brene Brown's new book looks at a full spectrum of 87 emotions to help us understand our own feelings, but also build empathy and connection with others.

 

Atlas of The Heart, Brene Brown

Long-time readers will know that I am deeply connected to all things Ayurvedic, Crystal, Celestial... and a little bit magic. I love this book for really getting to understand your auras, giving simple daily practices to help strengthen and nurture yours.

You are a Rainbow - Essential Auras, Emma Lucy Knowles

If you want to keep it simple in 2022, understanding the impact of our breath is about as fundamental as it comes. Filled with real, credible science to back up ancient wisdom of mindful breathing that feels accessible. A practice I intend to build into my daily life in the coming year.

Breath - The New Science of a Lost Art, James Nestor

 

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