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Whether you’re feeling mentally exhausted, sleeping poorly or just plain bored, it’s time to prioritise our mental health and focus on proper self care, whether that’s in the form of face masks, yoga or books.
Australia’s newest reading subscription service Scribd has a range of content to help Aussies with a 360 degree self-care strategy. From audiobooks to keep you entertained while walking to podcasts that help you drift off to sleep, and ebooks designed to motivate or upskill you. What’s more – new users can try Scribd free for 30 days!
Check out some of our favourite listens below …
To help you look inwards:
Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb
This heartfelt, funny memoir by a New York Times bestselling therapist is personal, revealing and wise, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone opens a rare window into a world that is most often bound by secrecy, offering an illuminating tour of a profoundly private process.
Available as an ebook.
To help you unpack 2020:
Writing into the Wound by Roxanne Gay
From the bestselling author of Hunger and Bad Feminist, an unforgettable, deeply personal look at how trauma has shaped her life and work – and what all of us need to do to come to grips with the collective suffering of the past year.
Available as an ebook and audiobook.
To feel empowered:
UnF*ck Your Brain hosted by Kara Loewentheil
UnF*ck Your Brain is the podcast for high-achieving feminist women who struggle with anxiety, self-doubt, and imposter syndrome.
For women who know they’ve accomplished a lot professionally but still secretly feel unqualified….For those who want to feel confident but worry about what everyone else thinks…For those who want to succeed but fear failure…this podcast is a must listen.
To help you get to sleep:
Nothing Much Happens hosted by Kathryn Nicolai
Having trouble sleeping? Join Yoga and meditation teacher Kathryn Nicolai for bedtime stories where nothing much happens which helps with relaxation and peaceful sleep..
The stories are a soft landing spot for the mind. Rather than letting your brain race through the same thoughts you’ve been chasing all day, take a detour to a calm and comfy place.
To help you make an impact:
Quitting Plastic by Louise Williams and Clara Williams Roldan
Sometimes the antidote to feeling overwhelmed is to take action, no matter how small.
Plastic is a modern day burden, with most of us wearing it, eating and drinking from it, sitting on it, walking on it, and probably even ingesting it.
Anywhere you go, plastic is within easy reach – even in Antarctica and the North Pole. Quitting Plastic is an easy-to-follow guide for anyone looking to reduce the plastic in their life.
Available as an ebook.