Explore our library of self-care and wellbeing books. Good Stuff director Emma Nicol draws on her experiences as a coach and mother of three to offer uplifting and actionable advice for living a more fulfilled life.
Live a Happy Midlife
Live the life you want - you’ve earned it!
Mental health experts say that age 37 to the mid-50s can be a time when people feel adrift or depressed. Often mislabelled as a midlife crisis, this is actually a time of natural transition, which, if managed well, provides opportunity for tremendous growth.
Read this book if you want to feel happier, better about yourself and excited about the future.
The Toddler Solution in Easy Steps
A concise guide to parenting a happy toddler.
Gain all the information you need to become the parent you want to be.
Read this book if you want solutions to toddler tantrums, potty training, fussy eating or sleeping problems.
Sleeping Baby, Happy Parents
An easy-to-follow guide to baby sleep
Being the parent of a young baby should be a wonderful time in your life, but it will only feel that way if you and your baby are getting enough sleep.
Read this book if you want to learn how to get your baby to sleep quickly.
Make the most of your pregnancy while you're working.
This book covers topics such as planning for your maternity care, how to look after your pregnancy wellbeing, keeping your stress levels low and how to communicate with your employer effectively.
Read this book if you want to make the very most of your pregnancy journey while working.
My Happy Pregnancy Cookbook
Tasty, safe and a little bit naughty recipes for pregnancy.
This lovely, feel-good cookbook is filled with delicious, nutritious pregnancy recipes that are quick, easy and safe to eat. The best part? It allows for the occasional naughty but nice treat.
Read this book to enjoy eating in pregnancy
How To Laugh and Live
Happiness is a state of mind that we can all achieve.
First published over 100 years ago, this simple guide to happiness still holds true today.
Read this book if you want to be happier and get more enjoyment out of life.