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Discover the beauty of South Africa’s beaches with MapStudio's newly released Life's A Beach.
This guide explores 9,500kms of the best beaches in the world, from Alexander Bay along the coast to Sodwana, visiting hundreds of beaches and exploring a magnificent coastline. The author, Ann Gadd, has tramped up dunes, scrambled over rocky cliffs, swam as often as time would allow, hung off numerous piers and took over 6,000 photos. She sums up her experience as being aware that people are never as happy as on a beach, soaking up the sun, doing a radical off the lip or holding a rod.
The guide gives the reader activities to do on land as well as on water with great sundowner spots and unique experiences. Find the best swimming beaches and national parks with overview maps indicating sites and handy tips for the best meal, best-kept secrets, child-friendly activities, star-rated activities and blue flag beaches. If you want to do activities besides soaking up magnificent scenery, the guide explores hiking, walking, fishing, surfing, swimming, boat launches, bodyboarding, kayaking, kiteboarding, boardsailing, canoeing and SUP. This guide is a fantastic keepsake for locals as well as anyone who enjoys water sports, and is light-weight for tourists to take back home as their travel memento.
So, get off couch and explore the wealth of fantastic options along South Africa’s shores.
A guide to using your Enneagram personality type to understand your approach to eating, dieting, and exercise. Have you ever wondered why some people seem to adore food, while others find eating simply a need? Why some people just love to work out and others absolutely abhor anything to do with physical exercise? Why some love entertaining, while others would rather spend a quiet evening alone? In The Enneagram of Eating, Ann Gadd reveals how the well-known Enneagram system of personality types can explain your relationship to food and exercise. Including an easy Enneagram food-personality test to find your type, she devotes a full chapter to each of the 9 personality types. She provides an understanding of each type's emotional eating triggers, including the emotional wounds and childhood patterns that formed them, what exercise regime will keep you motivated, why you entertain the way you do (or don't), and the best methods for weight loss or gain. Gadd shows how knowing how each type reacts around food will make it easier for us to alter our subconscious programming and become not only physically, but emotionally healthier. Offering fascinating insight into our subconscious attitudes toward food, she aims to inspire you to become more aware of your approach to eating in general, so you can develop healthier and happier ways of being.
Understanding your approach to dating, relationships, and sex through the lens of your Enneagram personality type Sex can take us from the sacred sublime to the darkest aspects of humanity. It can carry us on the wings of pure pleasure, or crush and potentially destroy us. No act in the human experience, barring the essential survival needs of food and water, can have more of an effect on us. In Sex and the Enneagram, Ann Gadd explores relationships and sex through the lens of the Enneagram, its nine personality types, and the subtypes of the wings and Instinctual Triads. The author introduces the Enneagram system and provides a full chapter devoted to each type. She examines each type's approach to sex, their fantasies, and levels of integration in relation to love and sex, as well as each type's approach to issues such as pornography, sexual problems, and dating sites and whether some types make better lovers. The author explains the Enneagram Passions and Virtues of each type in relation to sex, divorce, wing influences, and gender and explains how the 27 Sub or Instinctual types and the Hornevian Triads of the Enneagram system affect our sexuality. Most importantly, Gadd looks at how we can heal ourselves sexually so we can create more fulfilling, transforming intimacy for ourselves and our partners. Through understanding ourselves and our partners sexually, with the help of the Enneagram, Gadd hopes to bring us to deeper levels of compassion and understanding for each other. Sex then can be an expression enhancing our love for each other, rather than simply a physical act. By understanding your own and your lover's Enneagram type, intimate giving and receiving can be an empowering process to embody our love for ourselves and others.
Covering 300 everyday habits--from chewing and popping gum to being a workaholic--in a simple, easily accessed A-to-Z format, this book helps explain why people behave the way they do and enables them to move away from negative and destructive habits. Offering valuable insights, this is a manual for professional psychologists, alternative practitioners, those with bad habits, and parents of children with poor habits. It can also be used as a quick-reference guide for evaluating other people's habits in order to learn more about them. By describing the emotional causes of addiction, this handy guide reveals the mystery of why people continue to practice habits that they know are unhealthy, and provides healing affirmations to help break them.
This book is for those who dream of earning a living as an artist, or who want their art, craft or hobby to make a financial contribution. Author Ann Gadd opted out of a corporate career and began to make a good living as an artist in less than 12 months. Based on her own considerable experience, as well as those of other successful artists, her book covers all the practical - and psychological - aspects of turning your art or your craft into profit, and shows how you can do it too. CONTENTS Included is advice on: * Overcoming creative blocks * Dealing with rejection * Turning failure into success * Creating a business plan * Marketing and selling your work * Engaging with the galleries * Creating an internet presence * Valuing your work and dealing with commissions. Ann also covers relevant copyright and other legal aspects and includes amusing anecdotes and contributions from galleries, to inspire and encourage others to make their passion their profession.
Do you constantly loose your keys, procrastinate, bite your nails, battle to be punctual, snore, play with your hair, drink too much coffee or smoke 20 cigarettes a day...? Most of us reading the above list would have identified with at least one of the examples, if not most of them! All these habits, together with many hundreds not listed, may be irritating or even detrimental to our health in the long term, but seem to ease our tension in the short term. Even the threat of loosing a job, a close relationship, our health or the respect of others, seldom persuades us to change. Why is habitual behavior so intrinsic to our existence? Until now, we have largely overlooked, denied or ignored our habits, yet as the mind-body connection becomes more understood, we have to acknowledge that there must be a connection between what we do physically and what we feel emotionally. "The Girl Who Signs And The Man Who Is Always Late" offers unique insights into the reasons behind why we behave as we do. In looking at a whole range of quite common habits, involving the breathing system, the mouth, speech, sex, manipulating and harming habits, habits of children and of the elderly etc. it becomes;Through their very repetition, habits are a great way of understanding how we are limiting ourselves from being happy, healthier human beings. In this book, the author shows us ways to change and release the issues causing our habitual behaviours.
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