The Little Book of Self-Care for Aries: Simple Ways to Refresh and Restore—According to the Stars (Astrology Self-Care) (Hardcover)

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Everything you need to know about self-care—especially for Aries!

Take Time for You, Aries!

It’s me time—powered by the zodiac! Welcome star-powered strength and cosmic relief into your life with The Little Book of Self-Care for Aries.

While Aries may seem to have boundless energy, this book truly puts you first. Let the stars be your guide as you learn just how important astrology is to your self-care routine. Discover more about your sign and your ruling element, fire, and then find the perfect set of self-care ideas and activities for you.

From sipping ginger tea to indulging in a foot massage, you will find more than one hundred ways to heal your mind, body, and active spirit. It’s stellar self-care especially for you, Aries!

About the Author


Constance Stellas is an astrologer of Greek heritage with over twenty-five years of experience. She primarily practices in New York City and counsels a variety of clients, including business CEOs, artists, and scholars. She has been interviewed by The New York TimesMarie Claire, and Working Woman and appeared on several New York TV morning shows and national radio programs. Constance is the astrologer for Huffington Post and a regular contributor to Thrive Global. She is also the author of several titles, including The Hidden Power of Everyday ThingsThe Astrology Gift GuideAdvanced Astrology for LifeThe Everything Sex Signs Book, and the graphic novel series, Tree of Keys. Learn more about Constance at her website, ConstanceStellas.com, or on Twitter (@StellaStarGuide).

Praise For…


“[Aries] will get a lot of value from this read.”

PureWow


Product Details
ISBN: 9781507209646
ISBN-10: 1507209649
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication Date: January 8th, 2019
Pages: 160
Language: English
Series: Astrology Self-Care

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