Independent Publishers Group Logo

Sign up today...
for featured titles, special offers, bestsellers, and more, in your inbox!

Subscribe to receive special offers, monthly books suggestions, seasonal selections, and more!

Close
Balance Is Bullshit
Balance Is Bullshit

Balance Is Bullshit

A Realistic Approach to Integrating Healthier Habits into Your Life

0-3

SELF-HELP

224 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $24.95 (US $24.95) (CA $26.95)

Publication Date: August 2022

ISBN 9781951412302

Rights: WOR

The Collective Book Studio (Aug 2022)

Not Yet Published. Estimated release date: August 2022
 

Overview

Life can be unpredictable and messy, and that's OK! Balance Is Bullshit introduces the 4 pillars of wellness—physical, mental, financial, and social—and provides a blueprint for building a stable foundation for a healthy life. Balance Is Bullshit is a guided workbook/journal with exercises and challenges focusing on physical, mental and financial wellness, as well as community engagement. The workbook will prompt the reader to define realistic, achievable goals and increase the efficiency of everyday life. Journal prompts encourage writing and introspection. Weekly schedules provide readers with a clear structure for planning their days. With a holistic approach to wellness, Balance Is Bullshit will help anyone eliminate chaos and achieve more stability and productivity.

Author Biography

Alicia McKenzie is a former weightlifter and athlete and has a career that encompasses Health and Wellness, Information Technology, and Real Estate. With four children, she has become widely known as LiftLikeAMother™ and recently launched a non-profit with a mission to bring health and wellness opportunities to underserved and underrepresented populations. Alicia credits much of her success and wellbeing to the healthy lifestyle and habits outlined in Balance is Bullsh*t. She lives in McLean, VA, with her family.Regina Shklovsky is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Sonoma County, California. She illustrated the 2018 picture book, Fun in the Mud, which was a 2019 Moonbeam award winner and a 2018 Nautilus award winner. She is passionate about bringing stories to life with pictures and thoughtful design. Her work is rooted in traditional drawing and painting, mixed with vector graphics. She collaborates with local entrepreneurs and authors, as well as independent publishers.