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We all need to find connection and meaning in the midst of the fast paced world we live in and rituals offer an easy and simple way to do this. In this 365 year-long exploration, Theresa Cheung offers daily practices to help us bring focus and attention to our lives for meaningful and achievable change. A ritual is any action we take that has meaning beyond its appearance; We all need to find connection and meaning in the midst of the fast paced world we live in and rituals offer an easy and simple way to do this. In this 365 year-long exploration, Theresa Cheung offers daily practices to help us bring focus and attention to our lives for meaningful and achievable change. A ritual is any action we take that has meaning beyond its appearance; by giving an action intention it becomes 'sacred' and purposeful. The absence of significant ceremony in our lives has left us feeling disconnected, confused and alone Rituals and ceremony allow us to be present in the now, focus on the future and provide us with closure on the past, they return us to what matters. Drawing on science and psychology, Theresa Cheung's 365 non-denominational rituals will help anyone to transform their lives. Split into four sections, the book begins with 21 simple foundation rituals to help you ground your daily practice. The second and largest section is broken down into 4 areas: Body, Mind, Spirit and Heart. Each containing 74 rituals, some simple and some more complex. Choose the area you feel you want to focus on and follow the rituals in sequence or chose as you wish. The third section has a four week programme focussing on success and broken down week-by-week and the final section contains 21 closing rituals. For those wanting a year long programme the book can be used day-by-day or alternatively chose a ritual at random.


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We all need to find connection and meaning in the midst of the fast paced world we live in and rituals offer an easy and simple way to do this. In this 365 year-long exploration, Theresa Cheung offers daily practices to help us bring focus and attention to our lives for meaningful and achievable change. A ritual is any action we take that has meaning beyond its appearance; We all need to find connection and meaning in the midst of the fast paced world we live in and rituals offer an easy and simple way to do this. In this 365 year-long exploration, Theresa Cheung offers daily practices to help us bring focus and attention to our lives for meaningful and achievable change. A ritual is any action we take that has meaning beyond its appearance; by giving an action intention it becomes 'sacred' and purposeful. The absence of significant ceremony in our lives has left us feeling disconnected, confused and alone Rituals and ceremony allow us to be present in the now, focus on the future and provide us with closure on the past, they return us to what matters. Drawing on science and psychology, Theresa Cheung's 365 non-denominational rituals will help anyone to transform their lives. Split into four sections, the book begins with 21 simple foundation rituals to help you ground your daily practice. The second and largest section is broken down into 4 areas: Body, Mind, Spirit and Heart. Each containing 74 rituals, some simple and some more complex. Choose the area you feel you want to focus on and follow the rituals in sequence or chose as you wish. The third section has a four week programme focussing on success and broken down week-by-week and the final section contains 21 closing rituals. For those wanting a year long programme the book can be used day-by-day or alternatively chose a ritual at random.

45 review for The Ritual Yearbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]

    1. There's nothing original or inspiring about these "rituals". Just because you put a fancy paragraph around the instruction to "drink more water" or to "cut back on screen time" doesn't make it some sort of mystical, life-changing, spiritual experience. 2. I stopped caring about anything the author had to say the moment (15pg or less into the book) she said that depression, ADHD, and many other psychological and mental disorders are caused by "a lack of communication with nature" and that we 1. There's nothing original or inspiring about these "rituals". Just because you put a fancy paragraph around the instruction to "drink more water" or to "cut back on screen time" doesn't make it some sort of mystical, life-changing, spiritual experience. 2. I stopped caring about anything the author had to say the moment (15pg or less into the book) she said that depression, ADHD, and many other psychological and mental disorders are caused by "a lack of communication with nature" and that we all just need to go for walks more often. Way to dismiss the masses of people worldwide who are disabled and/or suffer from hormonal imbalances and/or need mental health medications and other forms of self-help and therapy for whatever reason that might be. Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty ❤️

    The clue is in the title with this book; it is 365 very simple rituals to transform your life. Some of them are very simple such as the very first one: Make Your Bed. East to dismiss but in the throws of depression it's something I know from experience is easily overlooked. The first 21 rituals are required everyday but like the bed making are easy to do. The book is then split into segments such as working on your health and body. I've already started implementing some of these. I really enjoyed The clue is in the title with this book; it is 365 very simple rituals to transform your life. Some of them are very simple such as the very first one: Make Your Bed. East to dismiss but in the throws of depression it's something I know from experience is easily overlooked.  The first 21 rituals are required everyday but like the bed making are easy to do. The book is then split into segments such as working on your health and body. I've already started implementing some of these. I really enjoyed this and found it very useful and inspiring

  3. 4 out of 5

    amanda

    When I was a kid I hated rituals. I found them tedious, mundane, boring, LOATHSOME. As I grew up however I began to soften towards them. Sure, they could still be dull especially as you went to school and went through the same routine over and over and over again. But I also learned to appreciate them. They kept me grounded for one and as somebody with anxiety, familiarity is crucial to my well being. This is a great book and its rituals are not of the tedious, mundane, boring, LOATHSOME variety. When I was a kid I hated rituals. I found them tedious, mundane, boring, LOATHSOME. As I grew up however I began to soften towards them. Sure, they could still be dull especially as you went to school and went through the same routine over and over and over again. But I also learned to appreciate them. They kept me grounded for one and as somebody with anxiety, familiarity is crucial to my well being. This is a great book and its rituals are not of the tedious, mundane, boring, LOATHSOME variety. Instead it focuses on calming you down and living your life freely and easily. As we go on with our day to day lives we encounter a lot and sometimes we need to just center ourselves. Become one with the OM. Although some of these techniques I don't think I'll ever fully get but that's not due to lack of trying! For example: #13 is Be Mess Free. Listen, I have tried again and again to banish my messiness but it's just ingrained in me lmao. But, maybe this will help keep the clutter at bay because it does overwhelm me often as the book notes. It was nice and funny going through this book and realizing how much of my day is stuck in a ritualistic manner and that's not a bad thing at all! This is a great book for expanding your mind and hopefully finding some ways to live in this past faced ever evolving world. My favorite has to be the second chapter which focuses on Body, Mind, Spirit, and Heart. This is a great guide if you feel a little bit lost whether it comes to one or all four of those. Most importantly, it's a great guide altogether and one that needs to be a necessity on your bookshelf :) Thanks very much to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC in exchance for an honest and fair review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eve (Between The Bookends)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ri

    3.5 stars When I was younger I hated having a routine. Yet, as I got older and "adulting" became a thing and finding time to do everything in the day from all of my various "jobs"; wife, mother, teacher, and still find time for me I realized I need those routines in order to manage my time. It became a great stress reliever. This book was a great example of simple everyday things to do in a busy life. Most of them were things that most people already know but they were gentle reminders of the 3.5 stars When I was younger I hated having a routine. Yet, as I got older and "adulting" became a thing and finding time to do everything in the day from all of my various "jobs"; wife, mother, teacher, and still find time for me I realized I need those routines in order to manage my time. It became a great stress reliever. This book was a great example of simple everyday things to do in a busy life. Most of them were things that most people already know but they were gentle reminders of the whys of doing them and their importance in one's life. The educator in me really appreciated that the author in me included her references as a footnote at the end of each daily ritual in case I wanted to read more (which I did several times). This would be a great book for someone just starting out in wanting to learn how to find balance and starting with the mind, body, spirit. For myself, as someone who is always trying to improve me, it was pretty basic.

  6. 5 out of 5

    thewoollygeek (tea, cake, crochet & books)

    An interesting book, useful, well written and presented. You can jump in at any point, you don’t need a specific date to start, but I wasn’t keen on some of the authors attitudes to depression and other disorders, things like this can’t be solved with a few new age rituals, i enjoyed this book at times, but didn’t like these attitudes Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    Cool things to try, a new thing every day. Not date specific so you can start whenever you want. A piece of information and a quick little about the ritual and off you go. Introduces the reader to a variety of things - some may already heard of.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I kept waffling between giving The Ritual Yearbook three stars or four. Although this book is well written and flows well, I feel you would have to be unemployed, rich (so you don’t have to work), or not have children to complete the book. Being your best, healthy self is very important to me. But (and you saw that coming) there is so much to do in this book that I couldn’t even see myself being able to keep up with it, and I retired in June and have no children. I think the 21 one simple I kept waffling between giving The Ritual Yearbook three stars or four. Although this book is well written and flows well, I feel you would have to be unemployed, rich (so you don’t have to work), or not have children to complete the book. Being your best, healthy self is very important to me. But (and you saw that coming) there is so much to do in this book that I couldn’t even see myself being able to keep up with it, and I retired in June and have no children. I think the 21 one simple foundation rituals at the beginning of the book have a lot of value, and if people do those every day they would be on a great course for improving themselves. They may seem simple, like making your bed or journaling what you are thankful for, but they have a positive aspect that can help your day start in the right direction. And for people who do none of these right now, they would see a huge improvement in their lives. It’s when you get into the largest section of the book that contains rituals for the Body, Mind, Spirit and Heart that I can see people getting frustrated and not finishing the course. Each of the four section has 74 rituals. Some can be done relatively quickly, but others take a lot more time. If you come home from work, have children that need to be fed and helped with their homework, and chores to do around the house, 10pm or 11pm comes very quickly. Leaving you with no time to do that days ritual. That’s why I say you need to not be working or at least not have children to be able to get through The Ritual Yearbook. If I were to just look at it that way I would have given it three stars, because in my mind you would be buying a book that you would probably only be using ¼ of. But I can see someone taking longer than a year to complete the book. Perhaps doing the 21 beginning rituals everyday and only three or four of the others during the week. Also there were quite a few of the rituals in the four sections that overlapped. Decluttering, journal writing, affirmations, and yoga poses (although they were different poses) where mentioned in two, three, or even all four of the Body, Mind, Spirit, and Heart sections. So this could speed up the book a bit and perhaps you could complete it in one year. I’ve already started doing the first 21 rituals daily, and I really do enjoy seeing my bed made and journaling puts my heart in a happy place every morning. My podcast partner for Books Don’t Review Themselves and I were thinking of doing The Ritual Yearbook starting January 1st and recording our progress on social media. So if you’re interested, sign up to follow us on Instagram.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Greta (Upcloseandbookish)

    “A meaningful life is a never-ending journey and not a destination”. I love the concept the author has that life changes through ACTION by incorporating specific rituals in our everyday lives with mindfulness and intention and not only positive thinking. As the author writes: “Numerous studies show that your brain is led more by your daily actions than by your thoughts”. In the book, there are 365 rituals for the 365 days of a year to boost our happiness and life fulfilment. 21 FOUNDATION RITUALS “A meaningful life is a never-ending journey and not a destination”. I love the concept the author has that life changes through ACTION by incorporating specific rituals in our everyday lives with mindfulness and intention and not only positive thinking. As the author writes: “Numerous studies show that your brain is led more by your daily actions than by your thoughts”. In the book, there are 365 rituals for the 365 days of a year to boost our happiness and life fulfilment. 21 FOUNDATION RITUALS (Morning / Daytime / Evening). These should be repeated every day of the year. BODY RITUALS MIND RITUALS SPIRIT RITUALS HEART RITUALS CLOSING RITUALS (at your birthday / Anniversary / Holidays / for the end of your ritual year) POWER RITUALS that reinforce other rituals. It is true that most of the rituals are things that you have heard before especially if you have read a lot of self-help books. What IS original is that the author has found and is proposing ways to ritualise, to incorporate in your every day life practical steps for your well-being. One chapter that I found really special and unique was the one that presented the HEART Rituals that really dive deep into what our hearts desire and help us practice acts of self-love in our busy lives. I would also like to point out that the author has also a free ritual tracker at her website if you want to check your progress. I think that it would make a wonderful present for the new year and if you commit to do the rituals, I think that this year will be a transformative one, too!

  10. 5 out of 5

    April Taylor

    The Ritual Yearbook promises to provide 365 simple rituals, and that's exactly what it does. There's also a lot of commentary from the author, along with details from research studies. The first ritual is very simple: Make your bed daily. The second ritual made me side-eye the author, though. She states the erroneous (but often made) claim that successful, productive people are all early risers. That's not actually true. At all. In fact, many famous CEOs, novelists, performers, and even world The Ritual Yearbook promises to provide 365 simple rituals, and that's exactly what it does. There's also a lot of commentary from the author, along with details from research studies. The first ritual is very simple: Make your bed daily. The second ritual made me side-eye the author, though. She states the erroneous (but often made) claim that successful, productive people are all early risers. That's not actually true. At all. In fact, many famous CEOs, novelists, performers, and even world leaders have been well-known to get up late. A few examples of highly successful people who wake up/woke up at 10 a.m. or later include James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, J.R.R. Tolkien, Trevor Noah, Box CEO Aaron Levie, Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian, Jackson Pollock, etc. I could go on and on, but I think you get the point. So, if you're a night owl, don't despair -- you can still be successful. You may also want to alter or skip this ritual altogether. That quibble aside, this book is easy to work with and does have some really good ideas for ritualized behaviors that can improve your life. The reality is that having a routine (that includes positive rituals) is an important factor for physical, mental, and emotional health. If you're not sure where to begin, you can get some good ideas by picking up The Ritual Yearbook. Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for a providing an ARC. This review contains my honest, unbiased opinion.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Echo

    I wanted to believe that this book and I got off on the wrong foot because of the references to the law of attraction in the introduction (in my opinion, not a great start), but things didn't really get better. Each of the "rituals" is just a different tidbit picked from every popular self-help trend over the last five years. Eat more blueberries, eat more tomatoes, make your bed, drink more water, do a power pose, do this yoga stretch...I found the rituals to be very very repetitive because of I wanted to believe that this book and I got off on the wrong foot because of the references to the law of attraction in the introduction (in my opinion, not a great start), but things didn't really get better. Each of the "rituals" is just a different tidbit picked from every popular self-help trend over the last five years. Eat more blueberries, eat more tomatoes, make your bed, drink more water, do a power pose, do this yoga stretch...I found the rituals to be very very repetitive because of it. I was hoping for some ritual ideas with some more substance, and not the regurgitation of self-help trends that I actually got. In addition, I am disabled, and while there was a note in the beginning inviting folks who are less mobile to work around the many, many physical activities in the book, it was clear that this book was not really written with us in mind. I do appreciate that Cheung mentions some worksheets and trackers on her website, which I did look at, because they seem like they would be excellent resources for folks with executive function issues. I'm sure this book will be great help for a lot of folks in the new age community who tend to follow this kind of trending information about increasing personal wellbeing, but there are a lot of folks forgotten and left behind in this text, and that is really sad.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Sims

    Where are all my 'to-do list people at? Maybe you are approaching Christmas and the New Year, and considering adopting a bunch of new habits that will attract positive experiences and expand your mind? Perhaps you are a fan of self development and seeking books that align with values of long term mental and physical health? Maybe your life is in a kerfuffle and you feel like it needs a Marie Kondo-esque overhaul but you are too overwhelmed to know where to start? The Ritual Yearbook is a giant Where are all my 'to-do list people at? Maybe you are approaching Christmas and the New Year, and considering adopting a bunch of new habits that will attract positive experiences and expand your mind? Perhaps you are a fan of self development and seeking books that align with values of long term mental and physical health? Maybe your life is in a kerfuffle and you feel like it needs a Marie Kondo-esque overhaul but you are too overwhelmed to know where to start? The Ritual Yearbook is a giant list of small and achieveable tasks to implement, one a day for a full year. It begins by introducing 21 foundation habits before launching into 6 categories designed to target exercise, healthy eating, sleep, body image, energy boosting and stress reduction. While most of the rituals are not covering new ground, I enjoyed the way the book is presented and it was a timely reminder to refocus my intentions. Many of the habits include links to additional reading for those interested in a deeper understanding of the psychology behind them. The overall concept is that grand gestures aren't the most effective way to increase our chances of happiness - it's the accumulation of many small actions that can have a lasting and measurable impact. November 19th is the date that you can get your hands on a published copy, and away you go! Happy habit-stacking! Thank you very much to Watkins Publishing and Net Galley for kindly gifting me with this ARC. 🙏

  13. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Thank you to NetGalley and Watkins Publishing for an advanced reader's copy in exchange for an honest review. I am generally a big fan of self-improvement nonfiction, and I am always a huge fan of well-written books that offer insight for making small and simple changes for the purpose of a better life. I am a big fan of routine and ritual, particularly in the long winter months, so I was quite excited to read this book. Unfortunately, while the book initially excited me and I grabbed a journal Thank you to NetGalley and Watkins Publishing for an advanced reader's copy in exchange for an honest review. I am generally a big fan of self-improvement nonfiction, and I am always a huge fan of well-written books that offer insight for making small and simple changes for the purpose of a better life. I am a big fan of routine and ritual, particularly in the long winter months, so I was quite excited to read this book. Unfortunately, while the book initially excited me and I grabbed a journal to jot down some notes, I quickly found the format to be tedious and I slowly lost interest in the material. While many of the suggested rituals are small, when reading through a review copy, the endless list of even the smallest rituals began to feel impossible to implement. I became quite apathetic towards the material. I feel like the information in this book would be more engaging through a series of blog posts, Instagram posts, or YouTube videos. Ultimately, I cannot recommend this book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    The Ritual Yearbook is an amazing find. I loved it and will be buying the hardcopy once it is released!! The book consists of rituals to do every day of the year. The first 21 are foundation rituals to be done every day. They dont take much time and I have started implementing them already. The next rituals focus on Body, Mind, Success, Spirit and Heart. You dont have to do them in order so you can mix and match them. I found that starting this I was more mindful and in the present moment rather The Ritual Yearbook is an amazing find. I loved it and will be buying the hardcopy once it is released!! The book consists of rituals to do every day of the year. The first 21 are foundation rituals to be done every day. They dont take much time and I have started implementing them already. The next rituals focus on Body, Mind, Success, Spirit and Heart. You dont have to do them in order so you can mix and match them. I found that starting this I was more mindful and in the present moment rather that rushing though the day without thinking. I have read though the rituals for later in the year and loved them all. All very easy to do so wont take up hours of your day. I loved the fact that there are links to websites where the Author has researched why we shoud do these rituals and the health and wellbeing benefits of them. A fantastic book and one which I will be using for a long time to come. Thanks to Netgalley, Watkins Publishing and Theresa Cheung for the ARC (My review is my own opinion) I will review on amazon once the book is published.

  15. 5 out of 5

    McKenzie Allyshia

    This book shares 365 rituals that you can choose to do daily, for a small or long period of time, or whenever you think it may help. Along with those, 21 of them are foundation rituals designed to help you get into a healthier a simple routine. Some, such as making your bed, you may already do! However, I have notice that each one is targeted to help you feel better throughout the day. Once you get through the foundation rituals, the book divides up into sections such as body rituals, mind This book shares 365 rituals that you can choose to do daily, for a small or long period of time, or whenever you think it may help. Along with those, 21 of them are foundation rituals designed to help you get into a healthier a simple routine. Some, such as making your bed, you may already do! However, I have notice that each one is targeted to help you feel better throughout the day. Once you get through the foundation rituals, the book divides up into sections such as body rituals, mind rituals, success rituals, and more. I will admit, many of these are little suggestions that we have probably heard dozens of times. But, Theresa Cheung is reminding us again simply because they are great rituals to do or try. One of my favorite things about The Ritual Yearbook is that you do not have to wait for a certain day to start. You can begin at any time! Plus, as someone who has a tendency to be rather anxious, many of these rituals would do my mind wonders. I definitely recommend checking this book out! There are a lot of really great tips

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mae

    *ARC* This book was about forming rituals that can impact your day with very little effort or time on the part of things needed completed them. The book is broken down into seven categories that goes 365 rituals that can completed each day of the year. Their are foundation rituals and closing rituals which play a key role in starting and ending. The book does have a table of contents that clearly lays out what can be found in each of key seven categories. The ideas are clear and well explained. *ARC* This book was about forming rituals that can impact your day with very little effort or time on the part of things needed completed them. The book is broken down into seven categories that goes 365 rituals that can completed each day of the year. Their are foundation rituals and closing rituals which play a key role in starting and ending. The book does have a table of contents that clearly lays out what can be found in each of key seven categories. The ideas are clear and well explained. The flow is logical and organized and the sentence structure and word choice help to enhancing the reader’s enjoyment and ease of understanding. Yes, I would recommend this book. This would be good for anyone looking for science based rituals, explanations, and simple techniques. This book would not be good for those who are dislike science being used in self-help or a looking for more complex rituals.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia

    Rituals bring balance, peace, and order to our lives, and can bring about significant change if we implement them consistently. The Ritual Yearbook starts off with 21 Foundation Rituals to practice daily for 21 days, then other sections contain rituals you can choose to fit your needs so that you can build an individual repertoire to enhance your life. I found this book interesting, but not enough so to make it stand out among the self help genre. It's enjoyable, but not all that helpful to Rituals bring balance, peace, and order to our lives, and can bring about significant change if we implement them consistently. The Ritual Yearbook starts off with 21 Foundation Rituals to practice daily for 21 days, then other sections contain rituals you can choose to fit your needs so that you can build an individual repertoire to enhance your life. I found this book interesting, but not enough so to make it stand out among the self help genre. It's enjoyable, but not all that helpful to someone who has read a lot of self care/self help books. It would be suitable for a newbie or a person who needs to find simple ways to feel more grounded. Thanks to Netgalley and Watkins Publishing for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    An easy to read list of 365 rituals to practise to lead to a happier and healthier lifestyle. The idea is that you implement one new ritual every day of the year and so build up gradually to fulfil your goals. The rituals suggested are just basic common sense. There is nothing new in this book. Towards the end of the book, I felt that the writer was struggling to reach 365 ideas. There is an attempt to appear original by turning each step into a "ritual" but putting the word "ritualise" into An easy to read list of 365 rituals to practise to lead to a happier and healthier lifestyle. The idea is that you implement one new ritual every day of the year and so build up gradually to fulfil your goals. The rituals suggested are just basic common sense. There is nothing new in this book. Towards the end of the book, I felt that the writer was struggling to reach 365 ideas. There is an attempt to appear original by turning each step into a "ritual" but putting the word "ritualise" into every paragraph does not make the idea of, say, drinking more water, or learning a new language, anymore original. I received a free review copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for my honest and unedited review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    The book is divided into 365 rituals that are set up to make you aware of the significance of the actions to transform them into empowering rituals over time and improve your life. A great book to start the New Year with. It's a little like having a New Years resolution but it allows you to carry it out over the whole year rather than just a short period of time. The book contains a number of rituals which include: ~ Foundation ~ Body ~ Get Moving ~ Healthy Eating ~ Stress Reduction ~ Mind ~ The book is divided into 365 rituals that are set up to make you aware of the significance of the actions to transform them into empowering rituals over time and improve your life. A great book to start the New Year with. It's a little like having a New Years resolution but it allows you to carry it out over the whole year rather than just a short period of time. The book contains a number of rituals which include: ~ Foundation ~ Body ~ Get Moving ~ Healthy Eating ~ Stress Reduction ~ Mind ~ Success ~ Spirit ~ Heart There are 21 foundation rituals that should be done every day before moving onto the rest of the book. Some of the rituals seem obvious such as make your bed, or are odd such as oil your teeth. I received this book from Netgalley in return for a honest review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Washington

    Thank you to NetGalley for giving me an advance copy of this title. I genuinely enjoyed The Ritual Yearbook. Turning mundane daily tasks into rituals could be a useful reframing tool for people who hope to put more of a positive spin on their lives. What I loved most about The Ritual Yearbook was the organization; I liked that there were sections to build a strong foundation in the beginning of the book, and then the reader was given the option to explore the rest in their preferred order. This Thank you to NetGalley for giving me an advance copy of this title. I genuinely enjoyed The Ritual Yearbook. Turning mundane daily tasks into rituals could be a useful reframing tool for people who hope to put more of a positive spin on their lives. What I loved most about The Ritual Yearbook was the organization; I liked that there were sections to build a strong foundation in the beginning of the book, and then the reader was given the option to explore the rest in their preferred order. This relative customizability is great for people who want guidance and structure without it being overbearing.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Wright

    When I first started reading this I did not like the tone of it telling me what to do so I put it down and tried again later. Turns out I was just in a bad mood, because it was fine later on. There is a ton of information, nothing really new, but good brief information all the same. This would be a good book for a beginner wanting to focus on themselves that is not sure where to start. This book literally covers every part of a person from physical, mental, to surroundings and behaviors. I can When I first started reading this I did not like the tone of it telling me what to do so I put it down and tried again later. Turns out I was just in a bad mood, because it was fine later on. There is a ton of information, nothing really new, but good brief information all the same. This would be a good book for a beginner wanting to focus on themselves that is not sure where to start. This book literally covers every part of a person from physical, mental, to surroundings and behaviors. I can see this being popular in the self help section!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    An excellent book that should be on everyone’s self-care shelf. And not just on the shelf, but in their hands in order to use the suggestions given for a healthier, happier life. Thanks to NetGalley, the author and publisher for an advanced reading copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I’m not posting my review as I have a real problem when an author decides to tell me that my mental health problems arise from my connection or lack thereof with nature. That keeps a stereotype and prejudice alive and that’s not ok to me. Thanks for letting me read this and sorry my opinion isn’t better

  24. 4 out of 5

    Annarella

    A useful, interesting and well written book. I will surely make some of the rituals part of my daily routine. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rather.be.reading1

    Good book, good premises, but it just didn't do it for me. The Foundation rituals were simple things you should already be doing or that I am already doing so i did not find it helpful. Sorry, but thank you for the opportunity to read and review this book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Heather Bennett

    The Ritual Yearbook has a interesting premise, but the author's opinions are just that opinions, nothing medically proven or from a doctor.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Ames-Foley

    I can't and won't read a book written by an author who thinks mental illness can be fixed with "nature."

  28. 5 out of 5

    Meg Dean

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tyler J [They/He] Gray

  30. 5 out of 5

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  31. 4 out of 5

    Paige

  32. 4 out of 5

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  33. 4 out of 5

    Monica

  34. 5 out of 5

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  35. 4 out of 5

    Mary

  36. 4 out of 5

    Michelle (Fitkittymama Reads)

  37. 4 out of 5

    Jacquelyn White

  38. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

  39. 5 out of 5

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  44. 4 out of 5

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