Description: Sometimes it's not easy to find self-worth in a world that seems obsessed with telling us we're not good enough. Empowering, intimate and full of heart - this debut book from the online sensation 'The Slumflower', aka Chidera Eggerue, is essential reading for all young women. It's time to take charge of your life. The Slumflower will be your life guru, confidante and best friend. She'll show you that being alone is not just okay: it's just about the best freaking thing that's ever happened to you. As she says, 'You're bad as hell and you were made with intention.' It's about time you realised.
Number Of Pages: 192
Author: Chidera Eggerue
Description: So You Think You're A Foodie? takes an irreverent look at those among us who take what they eat just a touch too seriously. With 50 entries examining some of the foodie’s ultimate icons, it’s the perfect way to understand those who strive for the tastiest, most exclusive, most sophisticated gastronomic experiences around. In other words, a show-off with nothing better to do than bleat about how much they love to eat! Each entry covers an aspect of a foodie’s life: from the coveting of virgins—olive oil, of course—and the books they read through to traveling to the dingiest places in search of a truly authentic, locals-only experience—usually McDonald's—and the names they call their kids.
Description: An easy-to-follow guide to the stress-busting, tension-taming practice of meditation. Trying to find a work/life balance can be exhausting, which means we are always looking for ways to release tension and relax. Meditation is the perfect solution! People often worry that to meditate properly they need to sit for hours in cold and empty rooms, but in The Little Pocket Book of Meditation Stephanie Brookes sweeps aside these outdated stereotypes.
Author: Stephanie Brookes
Publisher: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
Description: For wine lovers everywhere! Journey through time to discover the history of wine in several countries, with wonderful maps to guide you through.
Number of Pages: 192
Author: Adrien Grant Smith Bianchi, Jules Gaubert-Turpin