What We're Reading Wednesday: Wellness Books Worth Reading from 2016

With the new year rapidly approaching (3 days to be exact), many of us are thinking about resolutions for the new year and how to better ourselves through health, happiness, etc. We thought we'd take a slight departure from our What We're Eating/Wearing Wednesday posts and share some of the great wellness books from the past year that may help you with those goals.

Whether your goals are focused on fitness, career, health, or overall wellness, we've got a book for you.

Spark Joy by Marie Kondo
Famed organizer extraordinaire Marie Kondo gives specific guidance on how to tackle every room of your house with this illustrated step-by-step guide. Your home should be your calming sanctuary, not a cluttered mess that gives you panic attacks.

Eat Complete
by Drew Ramsey, MD

Want to eat your way to a higher functioning body and brain? It's actually 100 percent possible. This book contains 100 recipes by psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey that will help you eat yourself smarter, as well as combat depression, anxiety and other ailments.

Deliciously Ella Every Day by Ella Woodward
Beloved food blogger and wellness author Ella Woodward gives us over 100 quick, easy, and delicious recipes that are plant-based, dairy-free, and gluten-free. Did we mention these recipes are delicious??

The Headspace Guide To Meditation And Mindfulness by Andy Puddicombe
This book by the creator of the crazy popular Headspace app offers simple but powerful meditation techniques that positively impact every area of physical and mental health: from productivity and focus, to stress and anxiety relief, sleep, weight-loss, personal relationships...the benefits are limitless. Has trying meditation been on your to do list all year? Grab this super accessible book. Your Zen-self will thank us later.

Wellth: How I Learned to Build a Life, Not a Résumé by Jason Wachob
You may already be a fan of the mindbodygreen lifestyle website. It's founder, Jason Wachob, wrote this book that redefines the good life as the pursuit of emotional, mental, and physical health, all of which combine to create wellth. Through both his personal story and advice from wellness experts, Wachob presents an attainable goal and the building blocks necessary to reach it.

Eat Pretty Every Day by Jolene Hart
You are what you eat, right? What you eat definitely manifests itself outwardly through your skin. In this book, Jolene Hart gives us 365 inspirations related to beauty nutrition, that are all backed by science.

Photo credits: Amazon

Some information and inspiration from mindbodygreen.com and wellandgood.com.