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  • Four and a Half Steps

    Surviving the Reckless Roller Coaster Ride to Recovery by

    Wag is a charismatic and mischievous character. A soon-to-be Boston Pizza franchise owner, he likes to push people’s buttons and takes life to the extreme. After an evening out with his wife in Calgary, he decides to drive back to his temporary ...


  • The Wheel of Wellness

    7 Habits of Healthy, Happy People by

    1) Nurture Community. Connect with others; weave community into your life wherever and whenever you can. 2) Eat Whole Foods. Nourish yourself with good food, learn to love cooking, enjoy your food with others. 3) Keep Moving. Don’t stop moving; ...


  • Rooted

    How I Stay Small Town Strong When Life Gets Hard and How You Can Too: A Guide to Finding Joy, Learning from Struggle, and Coming Together One Season at a Time by

    Small towns are places where everyone knows each other’s names—and each other’s business, despite it being none of their own. Yet, folks in small towns never seem to want to talk about mental health. Rural living can be isolating with hours spent on ...


  • The Ultimate Thyroid Book

    Your Answer to Feeling Great, Repairing Hashimoto's, Fatigue, Hair Loss, Depression, Infertility and More! by

    Estimates suggest that close to 20 percent of the population in the United States suffers from some sort of thyroid imbalance—that’s close to sixty million people! Thyroid issues often go undetected as people get treated for seemingly ...


  • Life in the Fast Lane

    The Chris Stoddart Story by

    In the late 1960s, a new sport emerged in Canada that would change the lives of many people: wheelchair sports. In Life in the Fast Lane, Chris Stoddart recounts the rise of wheelchair racing, with him as one of its pioneers. Born with spina ...


  • Words of Weedsdom

    A memoir about smoking pot, self-discovery, and existentialism by

    I had become the princess and the pea, feeling even the smallest sensations, and everything seemed to slow down around me. I was aware of everything, and every sound, smell, and movement triggered my consciousness like a factory hard-wired for ...


  • TruthAches

    Everything You Need to Know About Speaking—and Living—Your Truth by

    Do you ever feel like there are words stuck in the back of your throat that you can’t speak, no matter how hard you try? Do you ever avoid people when you have something difficult to say? Do you stop yourself from speaking up because there’s a tiny ...


  • Grab the Spark

    How My Parkinson's Journey Sparked My Creativity Through Stories, Poems and Photos by

    Joe W. van Koeverden, MBA, PwP, has lived with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) for ten years. For the last twenty years, he worked in senior management as a CEO, president, and CAO. He’s twenty years cancer free and has been clean and sober for over ...


  • From Fear To Faith

    Surviving Cancer Six Times by

    “You have cancer.” When your doctor says these words, how do you react? Fear often overwhelms any other response to a cancer diagnosis. What if the treatments don’t work? What does the future look like? Will I die? Questions like these can lead to ...


  • My Diabetic Journal

    A comprehensive 52 week goalsetting, planning and tracking workbook by

    Begin taking control of your diabetes today with My Diabetic Journal—a fifty-two-week workbook for people with diabetes. More than a tracking tool, this journal promotes planning and goal-setting, so that you may understand how to implement ...