Let's be honest: Practicing yoga or meditating for hours each day isn't exactly practical (to say the least) for most women. But since tuning into your spiritual side is incredibly beneficial for mental wellness, we could all probably use some help fitting it into our schedule.
Motivational speaker and New York Times best-selling author Gabby Bernstein understands that tuning into your spiritual side shouldn't add stress to your life. So her new book, Miracles Now: 108 Life-Changing Tools for Less Stress, More Flow, and Finding Your True Purpose, makes mindfulness simple. It contains 108 techniques to combat day-to-day issues, including stress, frustration, resentment, sleeplessness, and jealousy. She translates traditional spiritual practices into step-by-step exercises, such as repeating a mantra, "Peace begins with me," anytime, anywhere, whether it's on your chaotic commute or on your way into a nerve-wracking meeting. Throughout the book, you'll learn how to forgive, say "no," stop obsessing, and generally bring more happiness, peace, and fun into your life.
Another cool bonus: For social-media-savvy readers, each practice has been boiled down into a 140-character description that can be easily shared on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram. Watch Bernstein tell Shape food editor-at-large Candice Kumai more about the book in the video below, and check out her website for more details.