The new illustrated collection of inspirational meditations, inspiring words and plant-based recipes from bestselling author Meredith Gaston.
Building on her uplifting philosophy of thankfulness and gratitude for what we have and enjoy, Meredith shows us how to live well and enjoy a healthy life in her highly anticipated new book, The Art of Wellbeing.
Divided into four chapters – Nourish, Comfort, Energise and Blossom – Meredith takes the reader on a beautiful journey to find peace, calm, vitality and healthfulness. Through restorative, plant-based recipes, meditations, yoga practice and other healthful ideas, this book draws on nature to guide us to good health in both mind and body. Meredith’s whimsical, heartfelt illustrations bring these ideas to life, animating a mind-set of happiness and sensitivity, and finding beauty and magic in your daily routine.
This is a beautiful gift or self-purchase for anyone looking to find the magic in everyday life.
Meredith Gaston is an internationally acclaimed Australian illustrator and the author of five internationally successful books. Meredith also exhibits original works in high profile galleries locally and overseas, and collaborates with brands to bring her joyful signature style to commercial and charitable enterprise. Her past collaborations range from a series of exclusive wine labels designed for bestselling winery Mondo Imports, to a stationery and sleepwear range she developed with Sussan Corporation Australia that raised over a million dollars in support of women affected by breast cancer. Meredith lives with her husband on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. A generous and idyllic garden with wildlife, fruit trees and an enchanting creek provide her with endless joy and inspiration.
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