Beginning nearly 18 months ago, this election season has been a roller coaster of excitement, frustration, and more than a few surprises. And even though Election Day has come and gone, your anxieties may still be running high—as are the tensions on both sides of the political fence. During times like this, self-care is essential, and we’ve got a post-election survival read list that will help put you at ease.
It is natural to feel pessimistic and even angry if your candidate didn’t triumph, but never forget that there is power in kindness. Piero Ferrucci’s groundbreaking book reminds us that kindness speaks volumes and is key to toward building a better world.
Whether you’ve been riding a wave of anxiety for a year and a half or have recently experienced a spike, The Anxiety Toolkit gives you tips and tricks to combat your worries and help you sleep each night.
When we find ourselves in stressful situations, it’s easy to forget that self-care begins with simply taking a step back and giving ourselves a chance to reexamine and rejuvenate. Time and time again, mediation has proven to heal our minds and bodies. Natural Mediation can help you achieve calm every day.
Inspired by author Meera Patel’s mission to help lift her mother out of depression, Start Where You Are is a journal and personal companion filled with uplifting activities and inspirational messages from luminaries like Oscar Wilde and Thomas Jefferson.
It’s easy to lose sight of the bright aspects of life. Guaranteed to cheer you up, The Positivity Kit is an interactive book that will remind you of all the things you have to be thankful for.
Whether you’re relieved, confused, angry, or shocked, the election season has been long for everybody. So go ahead, grab a pencil, and flip to any page of this interactive book which encourages you to take a step back and reflect as you jot down your feelings, thoughts, and ideas.