Stress Less: Stop Stressing, Start Living

Kate Hanley (Author)
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Product Details

Adams Media Corporation
Publish Date
April 04, 2017
5.4 X 0.6 X 7.4 inches | 0.5 pounds

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About the Author

Kate Hanley is an author, writer, and host of the How to Be a Better Person podcast. She's been quoted in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, Fortune, and has appeared on the Today show, where she noticed seconds before the cameras started rolling that her sweater was on backwards. Kate lives in Providence, Rhode Island, with her husband and two kids. Visit her at, on Twitter at @KateHan, or on Instagram @KateHanleyAuthor.


"Stress is an unavoidable part of our modern, hectic lives. But what if there were simple techniques you could use to restore your calm stat whenever life starts to feel overwhelming? Mindset coach and yoga instructor Kate Hanley outlines 100 ways to do just that in her new book, Stress Less. Whether it's a simple stretch or a visualization exercise, each brief activity is designed to bring you back to your center in minutes."-- ""
"I highly recommend you pick up Kate Hanley's new book, Stress Less. This charming paperback has 100 different ways to, well, stress less. What I love is she includes ideas to suit every personality and every situation. Pick the book up and flip to almost any page and you'll find an idea that will help you get more relaxed and centered. If your life could use more peace and calm in your life pick up a copy of Stress Less. After just a few pages you should be breathing a little deeper. Ah!" -- ""
"Stress Less is a lovely little book ... including an inspirational quote from everyone from the Dalai Lama to Dolly Parton. The mindfulness exercises are easy to incorporate into everyday life, and I have introduced the book to my children as well."-- "Girl in a Boy House"
"A field guide with 100 exercises for calmness and clarity you can do in less than two minutes all day long. Kate's message is important: we can choose calm any time we want. But for bedtime, sleep, and particularly if we have children, wind-down time ... comes in before pajama, toothbrush, and tuck-in time."

-- "The Huffington Post"