Embrace 50 Shades of Change in our new sweeps!

Whether you need a little inspiration for your resolutions this year, or just some help in keeping them, we’ve got the perfect book for you–and we’re giving them away to one lucky winner! Just tell us in the comments what resolution you’re working on this year…or if you’re not making any at all, that’s fine too!

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Sweepstakes ends January 9th, 2017. For official rules and terms and conditions please click here.

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50 Ways to Yay!

50 Ways to Yay!

Alexi Panos

Is it possible to be a master of your reality? To be happy, and create an amazing life despite your circumstances? Hell yes! That’s the mantra Alexi Panos lives by in 50 Ways to Yay!

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50 Ways to Yay!

50 Ways to Yay!

Alexi Panos

Alexi Panos wants to teach you to spark joy. With her guidance, you can experience a domino effect of inner peace, inspiration, and a whole lot of happy.

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Changing Normal

Changing Normal

Marilu Henner

Not a “how-to” book in the traditional sense, Changing Normal is a book of empowerment, a call for all those facing similar challenges to take responsibility for their lives, to search for the causes of their illness and address them directly.

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Sneaky Blends

Sneaky Blends

Missy Chase Lapine

The New York Times bestselling author of The Sneaky Chef brings us the next trend in healthy eating with delicious and easy recipes whipped up with nutrient-dense purees to create leaner, cleaner yet ridiculously tasty meals. This is the only cookbook you will need to detox and transform your overall health while still enjoying delicious meals.

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Women, Food, and Desire

Women, Food, and Desire

Alexandra Jamieson

Revolutionize your outlook on food! With love, deep compassion, and fearless honesty, Jamieson, a holistic health counselor and co-star of award-winning documentary Super Size Me, calls upon all of us to boldly use food as a tool to cleanse ourselves of the nutritional, emotional, physical, and mental blocks that limit our ability to live full, meaningful, and joyful lives.

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8 comments so far


  1. CaptivatedBookLover

    I don’t really have any resolutions. I just want to get through 2017 with fierce courage and confidence. Along with my health and a grateful heart and no one’s b.s. drama.

  2. My resolution is to be more organized.

  3. mezzopiano

    The usual stereotype…trying to exercise more and eat healthier. Thanks for the sweeps!

  4. read more books

  5. My resolution to become more vocal politically, abd focus on better health habits.

  6. matkeltri

    Try to sleep earlier at night. Not starting out too well.

  7. lovebugbaby8

    I’m hoping to lose weight. 🙂

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