This is a summary of Kate Hudson's Pretty Happy.
Kate believes the key to living well and healthy is to plug in to what your body needs, understanding that one size does not fit all all the time, and being truly honest with yourself about your goals and desires. Like everyone else, Kate is constantly on the move, with a life full of work, family, responsibilities, and relationships.
In Pretty Happy, Kate shows how she honors her relationship with herself through exercise, making the right choices about what she eats, and constantly going back to the drawing board and starting fresh instead of holding herself to unrealistic standards of perfection and giving up when she falls short.
Focusing on the four pillars of health to enhance her well-being, Pretty Happy shows the benefits of:
- Cultivating an intuitive relationship with your body
- Eating well
- Awakening your body through movement
- The miracle of mindfulness
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