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A fun app with simple, effective guided meditations that help you build a meditation practice on your own time.
You may have already heard of Headspace, which has helped hundreds of thousands of people develop meditation practices. All you need is 10 minutes a day with the app to start reaping the benefits of meditation and mindfulness. (Free to $$$, depending on subscription; iTunes , Android)
This journal - specifically designed for gratitude - prompts you with different gratitude topics, making the process of building your practice easy and enjoyable.
This is best for people who want a pen + paper gratitude practice but want more structure than a Moleskine. ($)
Classy, clean and simple. Get the perfect notebook to use as your gratitude journal.
When it comes to notebooks, Moleskines are in a league of their own. We recommend the pocket size so that you can keep it with you wherever you go. ($).
Become aware of your negative thoughts and then learn how to manage them. A clear recipe for improved happiness.
Develop a more positive outlook by learning to appreciate the small moments throughout your day.
Play happiness games that use evidence-based techniques to help lift your mood.
A book that helps us cut through the damaging beliefs that society has instilled in us about what we are supposed to be, by helping us accept who we are today.
Brene Brown, who gave one of the top 10 most popular TED talks ever, is a pioneering researcher on what it takes to have real personal courage. ($)
If you want to improve your life, but think most self-help is BS, this is your book.
Learn to identify self-sabotaging thoughts so you can break through the mental barriers that are holding you back. ($)
Most of us are kind of jerks to ourselves. This book is basically about using brute force to improve your relationship with yourself.
Loving yourself sounds lame (and of course it's a Justin Bieber song), but top CEOs, scientists, Pentagon officials and more have found Ravikant's message life-changing. ($)
A book for those of you who are skeptical about mindfulness. It's one man's journey of recovery from anxiety, and how he went from mindfulness skeptic to believer.
After having full blown panic attack on live television, journalist Dan Harris set off on a journey to change his life. He was skeptical of mindfulness, but the science was there, and so he gave it a shot. And it changed his life. ($)
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