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Books You NEED on Your Reading List

As a new year creeps up, these are the books you must read in 2022.

With a new year right around the corner, it’s time to think what you want to educate yourself about in 2022. Whether it be cooking and homemade remedies, art, culture, travel, personal growth or sustainable living, books offer a powerful insight into many aspects of life. 

Here at the Wellbeing Collective we believe reading is an important and integral part of living a healthy and happy life. We also believe that what you read is just as important. The books you read and information you consume should help to nourish you and assist you in growing into the strong, caring, confident and intelligent individual we know you are. 

Along with this belief, reading is also proven to have a range of benefits, including; improving life satisfaction, self-esteem and the ability to handle difficult circumstances. Reading also helps to reduce the feelings of stress, while reducing mental decline in older individuals. 

Now that you know all the benefits of reading, here are the books we think you should add to your reading list. 

Food/Remedies:


Natural Harry – Delicious Plant-Based Summer Recipes 
By Harriet Birrell
Published by Hardie Grant Books
“A recipe book full of creative, simple and life-affirming plant-based recipes coupled with tips on shopping, planting and self-care”
Shop here.

 One: Pot, Pan, Planet – A greener way for you to cook for you, your family and the planet
By Anna Jones
Published by Harper Collins Publishers
“An exciting collection of over 200 simple recipes [where] Anna Jones limits the pans and simplifies the ingredients” 
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The Green Witch – Your Complete Guide to The Natural Magic of Herbs, Flowers, Essential Oils and More
By Arin Murphy-Hiscock, 
Published by Adams Media
“Discover the power of natural magic and healing through herbs, flowers, and essential oils in this guide to green witchcraft”
Shop here 
Kombucha and Co
By Felicity Evans
Published by Murdoch Books
“Tips and recipes to make your own kombucha, kefir, jun, ginger beer, honey mead and more”
Shop here 

Art/Culture/Nature/Travel:

Fully revised and updated Welcome to Country – A Travel Guide to Indigenous Australia 
By Marcia Langon
Published by Hardie Grant Books
“The essential follow-up to Australia’s landmark travel guide to Indigenous Australia, Welcome to Country”
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My Forests: Travels with Trees
By Janine Burke
Published by Melbourne University Press 
An “enchanting and illuminating meander along forest trails within art, myth, history and present day”
Shop here
Best Day Walks Australia
By Lonely Planet, Anna Kaminski, Monique Perrin, Charles Rawlings-Way, Steve Waters
Published by Lonely Planet Global Limited
“Your passport to 60 escapes into nature”
Shop here 

A History of the World in 500 Walks
By Sarah Baxter
Published by Australian Geographic
“A history of the World in 500 Walks is a treasure trove for anyone keen to learn more about the global landscape and its legacy”
Shop here 

Spiritual/Personal Growth:

Untamed 
By Glennon Doyle
Published by The Dial Press
“In her most revealing and powerful memoir yet… [Glennon Doyle] explores the joy and peace we discover when we stop striving to meet others’ expectations and start trusting the voice deep within us”
Shop here 
Big Magic – Creative Living Beyond Fear 
By Elizabeth Gilbert
Published by Penguin Publishing Group
Elizabeth Gilbert “shows us how to tackle what we most love, and how to face down what we most fear”
Shop here 

Fiction:

Still Life 
By Sarah Winman
Published by Fourth Estate
“Still Lifeis a big-hearted story of people brought together by love, war, art and the ghost of E.M. Forster”
Shop here 

Home:

The Humane Home – Easy Steps for Sustainable and Green Living
By Sarah Lozanova
Published by Princeton Architectural Press
“Sarah Lozanova shows us how to evaluate all the ways our lifestyle and living choices can be more sustainable, from powering our homes to the food we consume and the air we breathe”
Shop here 

Still – The Slow Home 
By Natalie, Walton
Published by Hardie Grant Books
“Still invites readers to take on the philosophy of the SLOW movement: Living Sustainable. Local. Organic. And Whole.”
Shop here

Which book are you going to add to your reading list first?

By Zoe Moffatt.

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