101 TINY CHANGES TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY  Self Help, 128 pages Icon Books, October 2018  For anyone with anxiety issues, those who struggle to prioritise their own mental health over catching up on emails and social media, or those looking for a bit of encouragement, these small tips will help you shine again.   With small actions, you can make a big improvement to your well-being – whether it’s making your phone a source of positivity instead of stress, engaging in habits that make you feel healthier and more positive, or preparing for darker days. Ailbhe Malone’s simple tips combine with witty illustrations from Naoise Dolan to create a resource you’ll dip into whenever you need a helping hand.  A totem for your bedside table, backpack, or to give to a friend in need, this book believes that you’re worth looking after, even when you don’t.

101 TINY CHANGES TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY

Self Help, 128 pages
Icon Books, October 2018

For anyone with anxiety issues, those who struggle to prioritise their own mental health over catching up on emails and social media, or those looking for a bit of encouragement, these small tips will help you shine again. 

With small actions, you can make a big improvement to your well-being – whether it’s making your phone a source of positivity instead of stress, engaging in habits that make you feel healthier and more positive, or preparing for darker days. Ailbhe Malone’s simple tips combine with witty illustrations from Naoise Dolan to create a resource you’ll dip into whenever you need a helping hand.

A totem for your bedside table, backpack, or to give to a friend in need, this book believes that you’re worth looking after, even when you don’t.

AILBHE MALONE

Agent: Juliet Pickering

Biography Ailbhe Malone is Lifestyle Editor at BuzzFeed UK. A founding member of the UK team, she has previously worked for Nylon (US), the Guardian, Irish Times and Wired. She has featured as an industry expert on BBC’s The Apprentice and Digital Human, and in Phaidon’s WHERE TO EAT PIZZA (2016). Ailbhe was runner-up for the RTE Francis McMahon Short Story Competition 2010, and is writing her first book, 101 TINY CHANGES TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY.

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