Deb Peden - 100 Ways to a Healthy 100

Sunday 02 June 2019
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
In store at Avid Reader Bookshop
Register until 02 June 2019 10:00 AM

This event commences at 10.00am. Printed tickets are not issued and your booking will be on a door list under your surname.

Join Deb Peden for the launch of 100 Ways to a Healthy 100.

If you’ve been searching for an all-encompassing source that provides answers on how to live a vibrant, purpose-filled and energised life, then 100 Ways to a Healthy 100 is a genuine find. In a world saturated with information on how to ward off disease, sustain wellness and find the elixir to a long life, this is a gem worthy of your attention. What makes it so remarkable is its ability to distil a breadth and depth of wisdom from ancient and contemporary sources across a diverse range of topics, in an easy-to-read manner. Its unique charm lies in the blend of information, its humour and the heart-warming stories threaded through the pages, crafted to enlighten, entertain and inspire the reader to a healthy and long life.

Deborah has been researching on and supporting others with their health and wellbeing for over a decade. Her experience as a life coach and facilitator has provided a depth of understanding and appreciation for wellness across all areas of life. Deborah has supported many people to realise vibrant, balanced wellness through workshops, seminars and face-to-face client consultations. Coalescing with her health focus, Deborah has a degree in English and History, fostering her passion for literature, literacy and research. Since 2009, she has coordinated and judged in the literary competition for the English Teachers Association of Queensland (ETAQ) supporting young people and teachers to showcase their literary talents. Her writing has been awarded literary prizes in 2009 and 2014, this creative bent extending to writing magazine articles and online profiles. 100 Ways to a Healthy 100 is the result of a combination of her passions: balanced wellness, educating & writing, distilling ancient and contemporary wisdom into a readable and relatable almanac.