2,001 Ways to Pamper Yourself by Lorraine Bodger. Open a page to find lots of ideas for treating yourself better.

The Art of Doing Nothing by Veronique Vienne. Gorgeous photos are the highlight of this book and take you away from your stress.

Creating a Charmed Life by Victoria Moran. I adore all her books, this is a great one to flip open to a page and think on to make your life more joyful.

Take Time for Your Life by Cheryl Richardson. A 7-step plan to living the life you want to live.

Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach. A daybook of short entries on discovering your authentic self.

Romancing the Ordinary by Sarah Ban Breathnach. Loving the gifts of the senses.

Change Your Life by Becky Tirabassi. I hear her speak on this book. A practical plan to make yourself better physically, spiritually, emotionally and mentally.

Interludes by Linda Anderson. I also heard her speak as I wrote above. This book is full of specific interludes or breaks you can have.

Simple Pleasures by Susannah Seton, et al. Unique ideas and recipes for small comforts for every season. Spring tonics, an eye glass cleaning ritual, throwing pots and web time.

The Wish List by Barbara Ann Kipfer. Dream big, extravengently and enthusiastically. I found so many things I would love to do from this book.

Daring to Be Yourself by Alexandra Stoddard. Learning your unique sense of style.

The Women's Retreat Book and The Woman's Comfort Book by Jennifer Louden. If you have no idea how to begin to take care of yourself, these books are wonderful how-to guides. Both have a middle section where you can decide what to do by how you are feeling at the moment.

20-Minute Retreats by Rachel Harris. Revive yourself in just a little time with these ideas.

20-Minute Vacations by Judith Sachs. These ideas are more fun than contemplative. We can all use more fun in our lives.

When I Relax I Feel Guilty by Tim Hansel. A guidebook on how to slow down and relax with great ideas for maxi and mini vacations.

First Things First By Stephen Covey. A handbook on how to live your priorities on a daily basis.

You Don't Have to Go Home From Work Exhausted by Ann McGee-Cooper. Ideas on living life more energetically.

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