• 101 Ways to Be Less Stressed

  • Simple Self-Care Strategies to Boost Your Mind, Mood, and Mental Health
  • By: Dr. Caroline Leaf
  • Narrated by: Marge Sudheimer
  • Length: 1 hr and 40 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Although many of us prioritize our physical health through exercise and healthy eating, we often forget to spend time boosting our mind, mood, and mental health. Yet the mind is the source of all our thoughts, words, and actions; when our thinking is unhealthy, our lives will be unhealthy - even if we go to the gym seven times a week and eat kale every day. 

It is so important that we focus on mental self-care and reducing daily stress since mental toughness and resilience will get us through difficult times and help us achieve success in every area of our lives. Using the incredible power of our minds, we can persist and grow in response to life's challenges. 

Let best-selling author and neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf help you change your life by changing your mind with 101 simple ways to reduce stress. With simple strategies for mental self-care, we can change the way we think and how we live our lives.

©2021 Dr. Caroline Leaf (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Highly Recommend!

I love the tips and how the author broke down the 101 ways into small, bite-sized bits of information. It was easy to process and take in all the helpful information. I have been in a mental funk lately, and this book has given me a nudge in the right direction to help "reboot" my mind so to speak. It is interesting learning how you can have a healthy body, but that can quickly change if your mental health is suffering. It's very practical and I can see myself going back to this as a personal resource if I am stressed or feeling a bit down.

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Awesome!

It's truly 101 ways to be less stressed. It's not a very long or in-depth book, yet insightful and one of those that you want to come back to over and over again. Tony Robbins says repetition is the mother of learning. Definitely worth the read and I will be coming back to it. It's not one of those books you store on the shelf and forget about.

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A healthy audio companion

I appreciate the good work by Dr. Caroline leaf. I did and will continually benefit from: the breathing exercises, intending to understand, knowledge of the body and chemical messengers, the importance of rest and play, daydreaming is beneficial, and a calm narrator to listen to and remember that my goal is to nourish my soul.

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Great resource

Great book and easy to follow. Highly recommended to anybody. Good reminders to follow.

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Nothing to See Here, Folks

Summary of this title: Eat better, exercise, journal, be grateful. You’ll feel better.

For equal (or greater) inspiration and/or relaxation, a Google search will suffice. Pass on this title.

Plus side: Narrator’s voice is crisp, cheerful, and best part of this audiobook. She did a great job staying awake while reading. Kudos to her!

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Mostly trite

Although there are some useful and new things in this book, listening to someone speak in the overcorrected way throughout is akin to torture. The narration ruined it for me.

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This isn’t a game changer

The whole book of what seemed to be one liners did not hold my attention or interest. If you want to get it together and not feel so overwhelmed at least for the female’s or those who relate to female than buy Girl Stop Apologizing …. I am just finishing that and it’s great.

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Very insightful.

While listening I did gain a lot of knowledge on how to just be.
I noticed some repeated messages there, I also k ow that it’s good to hear and notice messages especially when they resonate with you as an individual. Lots of tips and gems shared and I would definitely use this book as a guide here and there…