Take Care…

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, if you’re looking for something uplifting, inspiring, and empowering to give yourself or someone you love (I think we can all use a bit of this right now @*#?%#), I have a fantastic suggestion.

And if you’ve known us for a while, you know that we only promote products and services that we have direct experience with – and that we rarely participate in affiliate promotions.

To that end, this is not an affiliate promotion, meaning we receive no financial gain from sharing it with you…

My good friend Sarah Moran is a wellness writer and speaker whose goal is to make it easier for people to make the most of life. 

Her approach brings clarity, ease, and joy to the wellness journey – she provides information that’s inspiring and easy to understand as well as tips that are empowering and practical, not complex and confusing. None of us need more complexity or confusion right about now.

Sarah has written for Mayo Clinic, The Wall Street Journal, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Experience Life magazine, and others.

And she has written a 7-book series called Take Care  and has a special offer for Healthful Elements readers.

Take Care is an empowering guide for true health and lasting joy and covers:

  • Body Care
  • Home Environment
  • Sleep
  • Balance
  • Spirit
  • Movement
  • Food

I’m an expert contributor to the Food book. And I know some of the other amazing contributors to other Take Care guides, including Dr. Henry Emmons, farmer Jack McCann, Dr. Greg Plotnikoff, and even my own functional medicine doctor, Dr. Kara Parker (is it weird to publicly state who my doctor is?).

These little gems are quick and easy to read and offer hundreds of simple ways to implement helpful lifestyle changes. I’ve personally benefitted from Sarah’s books – in a big way.

About Take Care: Informing, Empowering, Inspiring
Each book has two parts. First, there’s easy-to-ready background with expert insights on the latest relevant research. This part explains why to care about the topic and how it’s relevant to your health and happiness.

Second, there are many practical tips, steps, and ideas to make it easy for you to take action in daily life. This part shows you how to take your next right step and make continual personal progress.

With the exception of the Food and Movement books (due out this year) all of the Take Care books are available on Amazon for less than $10.

And Sarah is offering Healthful Elements readers a 30% discount on the 5-book bundle (Body Care, Home Environment, Sleep, Balance, and Spirit). You can get all 5 books for $35 – this amount includes shipping and taxes. To receive before the 14th, order soon!

To get the bundle, which I highly recommend, contact Sarah directly.

As Sarah says, “My hope is that these books will help inform, empower, and inspire readers and make it easier for everyone to grow in true health and happiness. Self-care is an act of love not only for one’s self but also for our loved ones and the world at large because when we are the best version of ourselves we naturally serve others best too.”

You can sign up for notice when Sarah’s Food and Movement books become available by entering your email address on her homepage (scroll down a bit).

Lastly, if you want to get a feel for Sarah’s writing and approach, here are two of her beautiful posts:

A Different Sort of Love Letter > (perfect for Valentine’s Day)

Sarah and I are both Noam Chomsky fans, and in her How to Stand for Love post, she shares this, which I…love:

“If you assume that there is no hope, you guarantee that there will be no hope. If you assume there is an instinct for freedom, that there are opportunities to change things, then there is a possibility you may contribute to making a better world.” – Noam Chomsky


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