Top summer reads from the “Wellbeings” team


Greenlight­s by Matthew McConaughe­y

From the man himself. “This is a book about how to catch more YESs in a world of NOs and how to recognise when a NO might actually be a YES. This is a book about catching green lights and realising that the yellows and reds eventually turn green.”

Atomic Habits by James Clear

Atomic Habits is the ultimate guide to breaking bad behaviours and learning how to adopt good ones in four simple steps. How to make small everyday routines turn into massive positive changes in your life.

The High Five Habit by Mel Robbins

Mel is the queen of using sciencebac­ked wisdom to teach you something new and in this book it’s all about how to turn believing in yourself into a daily habit. The High Five Habit is more than a simple proven tool, it’s an approach to life that will change your mindset, your attitude and the way you show up for yourself and the people closest to you.

How to Break Up with Your Phone by Catherine Price

The Netflix doco “The Social Dilemma” showed us how companies are collecting our data and keeping us engaged for longer.

In this riveting book, we learn how to fight back and form a better relationsh­ip with technology with Catherine Price, author and founder of screenlife­

In Praise of Slowness by Karl Honore

Before everything changed, we were living in a world addicted to speed, stuck in fast forward. A silver lining of the last two years is that it slowed us down and for many, that felt good. In this book we find out why, courtesy of the author Karl Honore, a leading voice in the “Slow Movement”.

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