5 books to put a spring in your step

Brush off the frost and put away your coats. Spring is here and with it comes that heavy duty spring cleaning responsibility. Instead of prolonging the inevitable, tackle it head on with a few handpicked guides to help your mind, body, house and garden look (and feel) brand spanking new.

Spotless A-Z by Shannon Lush & Jennifer Fleming

Spotless A-Z features a comprehensive list of stains, the most common surfaces affected by stains, and step-by-step instructions on how to solve them. There’s no need to consult an index. The solutions are right there – and they are solutions you can trust.




Change Your Thinking by Sarah Edelman

The bestselling guide to managing upsetting emotions by learning to think in a healthy and balanced way. It provides practical strategies for overcoming negative thoughts and behaviours, and taking control of emotions such as anxiety, depression, frustration, anger and guilt.




Beach Fit by Kim Beach

Eat well, lose weight and get healthy with inspiration from Kim Beach. Her down-to-earth, expert approach and achievable health, diet and fitness advice has already helped thousands of busy women of all ages.




The Little Book of Slow by Sally Wise & Paul McIntyre

Part nostalgia, part how-to guide, The Little Book of Slow offers practical suggestions, recipes and more for making delicious food from scratch and cultivating meaningful activities and pastimes.




Love Your Garden by Gardening Australia

Whether you are gardening in a conventional backyard, on a balcony, in a courtyard, in pots and containers, on a verge or nature strip, or on a large block, Love Your Garden is an inspiring guide for every Australian gardener.

Posted on August 25, 2017 by

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