Anna Barnes



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How to Be Mindful

3.98 avg rating — 391 ratings — published 2016 — 5 editions
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How to Be Calm

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How to Be Confident

3.78 avg rating — 336 ratings — published 2017 — 13 editions
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How to Be Happy

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How to Quieten Your Mind: T...

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How to Be Resilient

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The A to Z of Mindfulness: ...

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50 Tips To Build Your Self-...

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50 Tips to Build Your Confi...

3.26 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 2015 — 3 editions
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Find Calm

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“Mindfulness is about focusing on the magic of the present moment. Rather than fretting about the past or worrying about the future, the aim is to experience life as it unfolds moment by moment. This simple practice is immensely powerful. As we rush through our lives, mindfulness encourages us to stop constantly striving for something new or better and to embrace acceptance and gratitude. This allows us to tap into the joy and wonder in our lives, and to listen to the wisdom of our hearts. This book will show you how to experience small but beautiful moments of mindfulness every day and so guide you along the path to finding more peace and contentment in your life.”
Anna Barnes, How to Be Mindful

“It is quite possible that, even if you set the most relevant, realistic goals, you may not achieve them in the way or the time you wanted to. Life may throw something unexpected in your path, which stops you from achieving what you want, when you want. This is not failure. Feeling like you have failed is bound to lead to low mood, and can often come about if things haven't quite gone according to plan. However, the best thing to do is to draw a mental line under the experience, learn from what has happened and try again. As long as you are still trying, you are working towards your long-term aims; and as long as you are doing that, you are never truly failing.”
Anna Barnes, How to Be Confident

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