“We can be more productive, not less productive, by incorporating some of these habits into our daily lives,” says Angela D. Coleman, holistic health specialist and author of “The Art of Chilling Out for Women”. “It’s this downtime that is actually essential to us being able to keep doing what we do, to keep being passionate about our causes… to have healthy relationships with our significant others. We need that time.”
—CBS Health News
“In The Art of Chilling Out for Women, Angela Coleman beautifully describes relaxing as just that—an art. In a world where women are encouraged to be go-getters and career-oriented, but are also still largely responsible for at-home labor such as cooking and cleaning, it’s really only a matter of time before burnout sets in. Angela speaks candidly about the need for holistic wellness for women in order to truly renew your mind, body, and spirit. Best of all, she outlines in detail 100+ simple methods to deeply relax and heal alongside specific instruction on how to incorporate gemstones, herbs, scents, and feng shui methods into your routines.”
—Leah D., Editor, on The Art of Chilling Out for Women
“If you’re feeling overworked, anxious and even a bit burned out, we have a book for you! Published by Simon & Schuster, Inc and written by holistic health expert Angela Coleman, The Art of Chilling Out for Women offers readers 101 suggestions to help you deal with modern-day stress and worry. Women, writes Coleman, “are more worn out than ever before.” And, “With the focus on self-care, you give yourself permission to stop trying to be Superwomen.”
—Travel to Wellness
“An important part of “chilling out” is getting in touch with your “body barometers.” Although your body speaks to you all the time, you are probably ignoring it. But it is critical that you listen to what it is telling you. When you are in tune with your body, you can sense that something is wrong well ahead of a medical diagnosis or even before you experience a physical illness. Chilling out and staying in balance begins with your body.”
—Evolving Magazine, Excerpt from The Art of Chilling Out for Women
“Feeling a little out of control? Learning to drive the CAR could help, says holistic health expert Angela D Coleman.
With everything going on in the world – political division, the climate crisis, the cost of living crisis, all the other crises – it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed, anxious and out of control.
Sadly, we can’t fix all these massive problems, but what we can do is shift how we respond to them. A good technique to help us do that, says Angela D Coleman, a holistic health expert and author of The Art Of Chilling Out For Women, is learning to ‘drive the CAR’.”
“I absolutely love this book. I am grateful for Angela Coleman’s “The Art of Chilling Out For Women” because it gives concrete steps for me to take on a daily basis that help me become more peaceful, authentic, and courageous. I use plants and crystals in my healing work, and the book suggests insightful ways to use them personally. I also value the affirmations, action steps, and feng shui ideas for each entry. After reading the book, I have a deeper understanding of how to arrange my home to create various moods and attract new processes into my life. The Art of Chilling Out For Women is a fountain of good ideas reminding me to quiet down, look inside, and take small but important steps to take care of myself, shed the old, and welcome new possibilities.
I look forward to recommending this book to patients who could use help quieting the pace of their life.”
—Joanna Karaoulis, L.Ac., LMT