Fitness Features Looking for more self-care? These 10 wellness books can help These 2020 releases come at a time when all of us are seemingly searching for ways to stay healthy—in more ways than one. By Jennifer Zeleski April 8, 2020 Find Your Path: Honor Your Body, Fuel Your Soul, and Get Strong with the Fit52 Life, $30; Dey Street Books Carrie Underwood wants you to live your best life, 52 weeks of the year. The award-winning singer-songwriter opens up in this new book about fitness being a lifelong journey for everyone, and how her Fit52 workout can guide you to a healthier, more rewarding path. The Wellness Remodel: A Guide to Rebooting How You Eat, Move, and Feed Your Soul, $30; Harper Wave There’s a good chance you recognize Christina Anstead from the HGTV favorite "Flip or Flop." In this new page-turner, Anstead teamed up with nutritionist Cara Clark to create a book that chronicles her health journey, and shares the importance of a life full of balance and self-care. Ignite Your Light: A Sunrise-to-Moonlight Guide to Feeling Joyful, Resilient, and Lit from Within, $24; Running Press Adult Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel may be difficult during the times of global grief and anxiety. Find your own light by discovering the 13 key energy influences in your life, and complement them with nourishing recipes, self-care habits and more. Becoming Better Grownups: Rediscovering What Matters and Remembering How to Fly, $27; Avery Author Brad Montague wants to make us all better grown-ups, with the anecdotes, tips and lessons from kids and seniors across the country. In this humorous yet informative book, Montague weaves together lessons of success, failure, gratitude, love, resilience, happiness and more, and will help you be an even better adult. Magical Self-Care for Everyday Life: Create your own personal wellness rituals using the Tarot, space-clearing, breath work, high-vibe recipes, and more, $17; CICO Books If you’re looking for a bit of magic mixed in with your personal wellness, this book is for you. Join Leah Vandervelt on a journey consisting of spirituality, healthy recipes, astrology, meditation and movement. Your pathway to wellness can be more playful, receptive and healthy through the help of this book. In the FLO: Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage and Revolutionize Your Life, $29; HarperOne “Finding your rhythm” takes on a whole new meaning in this female-inspired book. Find out why your 28-day cycle is essential to understanding your productivity, weight, sex drive and mood, and get the tools (such as a daily planner, exercise routines, meal plans and more) to make the most of it. Train Happy: An Intuitive Exercise Plan for Everybody, $20; Pavilion Who would have known it can be harder to get motivated to work out in your own apartment during a global pandemic than it is to get out of bed in the morning? With the help of broadcaster and personal trainer Tally Rye, you’ll take eight weeks to use cardio, resistance and relaxation to your benefit, even in uncertain times. Regenerate: Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience through the New Biology, $27; Hay House, Inc. Authored by Sayer Ji, the founder of GreenMedInfo, the world’s largest open-access natural health database, this book seeks to inform readers about symptoms or sickness that could be warning you that something you are consuming, breathing or thinking could be causing you potential harm. The book is meant to rejuvenate, revitalize and renew whomever picks it up. The Little Book of Game Changers: 50 Healthy Habits for Managing Stress & Anxiety, $17; Viva Editions Despite being home, stress and anxiety levels are high right now. If you’re looking for small, everyday habits to add to your routine and reduce those levels, this book will guide you to making easy and positive life changes. Get help from Jessica Cording, dietitian and health coach, who wants everyone to find workable ways to nurture long-term health and wellness. Wild Remedies: How to Forage Healing Foods and Craft Your Own Herbal Medicine, $30; Hay House, Inc. If you’re looking for a new quarantine hobby, learning how to make your own herbal salves, oils and teas could be just the activity you’re looking for. After reading, you’ll be ready to get outside and forage the natural ingredients that could offer healthy boosts to your daily life.