Like everyone else, Kate Hudson 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.
In almost every interview she gives, Kate is asked the same questions: What do you eat? How do you stay so fit? What workout do you do? What’s your secret? Well, the secret is that the sound bites the media loves so much don’t tell the story, and the steps you need to take to have a healthy, vibrant and happy life can’t be captured in a short interview. The key to living well, and healthy, is to plug into 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.
Focusing on the Four Pillars of Health to enhance 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 Mindfullness
Full of questionnaires to help you assess your Body Type and your stress levels, advice about cleanses and keeping your diet and body balanced, and plenty of interactive Drawing Board exercises, Pretty Happy is a beautiful, insightful, and personal look at health from the inside out, an authentic plan for an authentic life from a woman who truly lives what she speaks.
About the Author
Kate Hudson is an actress, producer, fashion icon, and cofounder of Fabletics. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
“Pretty Happy is a smart, insightful and realistic primer for making healthy habits part of your everyday life. From exercise to mindfulness to knowing what your body really needs to thrive, she pushes you to throw away your ideas around perfection and find your own Pretty Happy.”
— Alejandro Junger, New York Times bestselling author of Clean, Clean Gut, and Clean Eats
“Pretty Happy details all the ways she makes it a priority every day. Honoring our bodies with clean eating and smart cleansing, our minds with meditation, our purpose with authenticity, and our fun with spontaneity, playfulness- this is a hands-on approach to owning our potential.”
— Daphne Oz
This guide to becoming “pretty happy” is a simply charming path to calm self-confidence.
— Publishers Weekly