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For women who enjoy hiking, camping, backpacking, and other outdoor recreation or those inspired by Cheryl Strayed’s Wild, this is the definitive guide to being a woman in the great outdoors. This friendly handbook covers the matters of most concern to women, from “feminine functions” in the wilderness to how to deal with condescending men, as well as the basics of wilderness survival tailored to women’s unique needs. It includes gear lists in addition to advice for camp setup, fire building, food and water, safety, weather, and navigation.
So, what is this thing called bliss and why is everyone following it? In our on-going competition to keep up with the feminine ideal, there are countless daily opportunities for us to miss the bar set by Victoria's Secret, Martha Stewart, PTA room mothers, and Cosmopolitan magazine. One thing I've learned in working with hundreds of coaching clients over the years is the distinct need to expand our core definition of "bliss." I've learned that naturally happy people don't live in a constant state of Zen. People who show up from a place of consistent joy are awake to the whole human experience-the good, the bad, and the ugly. Maybe that's not what you wanted to hear. Perhaps you had hoped this was a guidebook for being happy all the time. Bliss doesn't mean you have your life all figured out and that problems elude you. (Spoiler Alert: That will never happen!) It just means you choose to find moments of appreciation and beauty, not just when the evidence is good, but through whatever monotony or hell is going on in your life. This interactive book will challenge your thinking about the concept of both bliss and chaos in your life as it takes you on a light-hearted, fun and tactical journey to discovering what brings you joy and how to get there more often.
Girls belong outdoors! This handbook covers everything you need to get outside, including ideas for what to do, camping and hiking basics, body stuff in the wilderness, advanced skills like maps, weather, and first aid, as well as recipes, projects, activities, and profiles of inspiring outdoorswomen. Your definitive guide to getting outside--for girls ages 9-12! In addition to basic outdoor skills, this entertaining guidebook includes easy camping recipes, outdoor projects including science experiments and crafts, fun activity suggestions, and inspiring stories of diverse historical and contemporary outdoorswomen (such as Arunima Sinha, the first amputee woman to summit Mount Everest; Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts; and Libby Riddles, first woman to win the Iditarod). The goal is to improve the quality of girls' outdoor time by increasing participation and independence, making them feel comfortable and safe, and giving them essential skills and knowledge. Charming and approachable, this book will encourage both reluctant campers and budding naturalists to go wild and embrace the outdoors.
Fans of Sophie Kinsella and The Devil Wears Prada will fall head over heels for this smart, sexy story of romance, wanderlust, and the choices we make for love. Objectively, Sophie is a success: she's got a coveted job at a top consulting firm, a Manhattan apartment, and a passport full of stamps. It isn't quite what she dreamed of when she was a teenager dog-earing pages in exotic travel guides, but it's secure. Then her best friend bails just hours after they arrive in Hong Kong for a girls' trip, and Sophie meets Carson, a free-spirited, globetrotting American artist. In the midst of their whirlwind vacation romance, Carson invites Sophie to join him on his haphazard journey around the world. While the brief international jaunts she sneaks in between business trips don't feel like enough, Sophie is far too practical to throw away her five-year plan on a whim. Yet Carson's offer forces her to question whether the reliable life she's chosen is really what she wants -- and she soon discovers that his feelings for her run deeper than she realized.
Release Your Inner Wild is for the woman seeking to reconnect with her health, herself and her Wild. The word “wild” is everywhere it seems, but do we know its true meaning? Modern day living has taken us away from our roots of Mother Earth and from our Inner Wild. A woman’s true nature is strong, healthy, bold, connected, intuitive, capable, fierce, radiant, powerful, and yes, wild. Through ancient self-care practices, mindful movement, nourishment for the body and mind, and by living authentically in ways that have kept her healthy, strong, grounded and happy, self-declared gypsy-soul, author Dana shows you that at any age and whatever life throws your way, you can become your healthiest, most fulfilled self, and how to reconnect to your Inner Wild. This educational, practical, entertaining, heartfelt and occasionally sassy book speaks boldly to the woman who wants the most out of her life and who wants to be the one to create that for herself, from a place of wellness, self-assurance and ease.
Often mistaken as solely the "yoga of sex," Tantra Yoga is more accurately described as the "yoga of everything," in which the spiritual is united with every aspect of life. This book offers step-by-step instructions and illustrations to explain the practice and philosophy of Tantra Yoga — adapted to the specific physical, emotional, and spiritual concerns of women. The author explains differing methods of meditation and mantras, breathing and relaxation, yoga positions, visualization, and affirmations — demonstrating how a daily routine of meditation and yoga can bring focus and strength both physically and spiritually. More than a guide to fitness, A Woman's Guide to Tantra Yoga brilliantly adapts one of the most venerable Eastern practices to the demands of modern life.

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