365 Ways to Feel Better (Kindle)
Self-Care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing
- As seen in Take a Break magazine.
- Click here to read the Psychologies magazine feature ‘A year of self-care’ written by the author
- Visit Eve's website and blog (Feel Better Everyday) here and discover some of her self-care tips and yoga poses via Youtube.
- Listen to Eve Menezes Cunningham on BBC Radio Essex
365 Ways to Feel Better offers simple but effective tools for each day of the year. Eve Menezes Cunningham integrates her background in coaching, counselling, yoga and other therapies to share practical tools for mind, body, heart and soul. With an overall aim of supporting people in feeling better in all areas of their lives, Eve encourages the reader to learn to trust in their own capacity to heal and feel better, with a playful approach to their self-care.
From goal setting to inner child work, chakras to beneficial yoga poses, breath practices to psychological tools, meditation techniques to aura cleansing, this book offers a taste of a comprehensive range of mind-body tools to help you boost your health and wellbeing yourself.
365 Ways to Feel Better is for anyone who wants to boost their wellbeing in a holistic, side-effect-free way. Self-help fans will enjoy it but also, complementary therapists, energy workers, yoga instructors, therapists and yogis, counsellors, coaches and more.
Article: 'Bad grades? It's not the end of the world' as featured byMetro (London), 15th August 2019
Featured inSlimming World Magazine
This book focusses on a different topic every day for a year, aiming to make the reader think and review aspects of the way they live and how happy they feel. The book can be used as a point of daily focus, to suggest meditation subjects or even as a source of writing inspiration. Everyone will surely find something amongst the 365 topics to inspire them.Amazon Customer, Jayne
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Author contributes to article 'Declutter your mind'Slimming World, May 2019
Author article: Look What Brexit Made Me DoMetro, March 8 2019
Author contributes to article 'A fika state of mind'In The Moment, January 2019
As referenced in article on anxiety - author is featured as expertPsychologies, December 2018
Click here for author interviewBBC WM 95.6, 5/11/18 - with presenter Caroline Martin
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As referenced in 'How to harness the power of no' article edited by Louise Baty.Take A Break (Bumper Monthly), October 2018
***** GREAT!Amazon Review
Great book giving guidance to increase wellbeing levels. It has guidance, techniques or an exercise for each day of the year. I am pleased with my purchase and would buy again.
Referenced in 'Putting Yourself First' articleSlim, Fit & Healthy, October 2018
As featured inThe Sun 24/7/18
Author featured as expert part of 'Never waste a weekend AGAIN! articleWoman & Home, June 2018
Part of 'Stressbusters for everyday life' featureSaga magazine, March 2018
★★★★★ So, I now have a new Favorite book, a go to book when I cannot take the pressures of the political world or the pressures that mount from work.Ellie Potts Barrett, GoodReads
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As featured inFit & Well magazine, September 2017
As featured inKindred Spirit magazine, Summer 2017
This is a fantastic resource for anyone looking for tools, tips and guidance on how to support their own well-being or a book to suggest toLife Guidance & Inspiration, Stephanie Harrison
clients. It covers a vast array of modalities and techniques from yoga to crystals and meditation to EFT.
The book gives 365 ways to help ourselves [one for each day of the year with an extra one for leap years]. It is set out like a day by day diary which you can work through sequentially if you wish but it works equally well as an encyclopedia of ideas which you can dip into as and when you want. To be honest I found it hard to restrict myself to reading just one section per day, I had to read on and look at other days!
Although it is not the end of the year, I did read ahead for all the 365 tips on living a better life. It is very New Age with a focus on holistic healing, mediation and yoga. I am not predisposed to this naturally although I need to do better to step back, slow down and get centered. I am going to use the tips here to help with that goal for the next year.NetGalley, reviewed by Denise Morse
As featured in article by Charlotte Haigh 'How Bendy Are You?'Yours magazine, 18th July 2017
As featured inBraintree & Witham Times
As mentioned onBBC Radio Essex
What a glorious book! Accessible. intelligent and well-informed, this book can help provide the means for change. With bite-sized daily actions or deliberations, it helps set the tone for positivity to be embraced. At its core is self-compassion and acceptance of 'now' knowing that 'now' can (and will) change. By showing compassion to ourselves we can learn to extend that compassion outwards and so make our worlds happier, more fulfilling places to live.Amazon Reviewer, Penamaste
Eve Menezes Cunningham has written honestly, from her heart, recognising her personal journey and extending that wealth of experience for others who recognise their need to enhance or even entirely change their ways of being. It is spiritual in the broadest sense. There is no dogma or affiliation to any one way as 'right' but breathes our commonalities of connection as manifestations of this planet in every day language and in every word.
A delight to read and a truly positive journey to be undertaken by every reader.
An invaluable little book designed to improve your self-care, taking small steps at a time. With emphasis on yoga and breathing, there is something for us all to learn hereNetGalley, reviewed by Polly Krize
I love all the ideas in this book! It is very practical and has tons of great information that anyone can implement in their life. I think it will be a winner in the self help arena!NetGalley, reviewed by Christi Schaefbauer
Rating: 5 out of 5 starsNetGalley, reviewed by Anna Maria Polidori
A very optimistic book for our body, mind, soul this one!
This is an interesting little book, great for anyone new to self help. I read it all in one go to be able to review however I've made lots of bookmarks to go back and look more indepth at some of the weblinks, book recommendations and you tube videos recommended.NetGalley, reviewed by Kirsty White
For me half of the book was all about things I knew having trained as a coach and therapist myself. However for a beginner |I think it would be excellent. The second half was all about breathing exercises and yoga poses. This is the bit I found most interesting as it's something I need more of in my life (currently I'm at 0% in doing anything). I didn't understand some of it but that's fine - the feeling I got after reading is that I should just sort myself out and find some yoga classes and learn.
And that's what these types of books are all about. Too much to cram in to be in depth but lots of little ways to kick start a new and better you. I really enjoyed it and would recommend you try it for yourself
'This book will transform your life. Radical self-care in easy baby steps, what's not to love?'Suzy Greaves, Psychologies Editor and author of Making the Big Leap
‘I am a great believer that we transform our lives through the cumulative effect of countless baby steps. Eve has done a remarkable job of pulling together 366 daily steps to help you live a happier, healthier, freer and more fulfilled life. Let her be your inspiring guide for your year.’Nick Williams, best-selling author of The Work We Were Born To Do
‘This is a fabulous book. So very well thought out, planned and executed and with a wonderful accessible yet respectful style. Buy yourself this book and sit down and devour it in the way that suits you best. Then buy a copy for someone else.’Debra Jinks, co-author of Personal Consultancy: A Model for Integrating Counselling and Coaching
‘It’s hard to imagine a more useful book than the one you’re holding in your hands. What Eve Menezes Cunningham has gathered here are easy to implement small changes that can keep you moving forward into greater well-being. Buy this book, make a note on your calendar that you’re starting a new year of positive activity, do the first exercise. Then do the next one tomorrow. Simple as that. Keep it up and you’ll be amazed at how far you’ve come after 365 days of taking small actions.’Barbara J. Winter, author, Making a Living Without a Job and Winning Ways newsletter
‘An interesting read which takes a range of theories, some traditional and some not, and applies them to the human condition. Written in an accessible style, a book that many will find of value.’Gladeana McMahon, FAC, FBACP,FIMS, FIMS, FRSA, Chair Emeritus, Association for Coaching UK
'Rich, extensive content covering a wide range of holistic principles and practices made very attainable for anyone to use. A wealth of options for managing being human.'Gill Fennings-Monkman MBE, Past Chair of BACP Coaching
'I love how digestible the daily readings are. Motivational and not dictatorial. Love the language. Delicious.'Ani Richardson, author of Love or Diet: Nurture Yourself and Release the Need to be Comforted by Food
‘What a fabulous concept, 366 ways to feel better every day! If living a happy, loving and healthier life is of interest to you then pick up this book. Something here for everyone. Packed with inspiring ideas to get you off the sofa and deep into the possibilities of your life. Wish I had something like this a few years back.’Steve Ahnael Nobel, author of The Prosperity Game