Riot Recommendation: What Are the Best Books About Wellness?

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I don’t need to tell you that it’s been a trying 15 months. The pandemic has affected everyone differently, but average mental health has seen a significant decline. We all found our own ways to cope. Maybe you took up meditation and healthy eating during this time and found new hobbies you never had time for before — or, and probably more likely, maybe you prioritized only the most essential things and weren’t able to take care of yourself the way you would like to.

Whether you’re fully vaccinated and beginning to reenter the world or whether that possibility is still far off for you, now is a good time to work on your wellbeing, mentally and physically. If you made New Year’s resolutions six months ago, perhaps they’re worth revisiting. And what better way to work on yourself than to pick up a book about wellness? So we want to know: what do you think are the best books about wellness? Come recommend them to us on Facebook and Twitter, then we’ll round up your answers and be back next week to share a roundup with your fellow Riot readers.

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