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Kurri Kurri Library will host author Andrew Jobling from 10.30am to 12noon on Monday 14 October to talk about optimal wellbeing and his book, The Wellness Puzzle.
Andrew Jobling is an athlete, author and true believer that anything is possible, no matter how improbable or unbelievable it may seem. He played professional football with the St Kilda Football Club for seven years and has worked passionately in a fifteen-year career as a personal trainer and café owner.
The Wellness Puzzle outlines seven core pieces of life’s puzzle to promote real change and create a longer, happier, healthier version of life, along with sharing powerful messages of motivation.
Andrew highlights in his book that through the right thinking, positive emotions, deliberate actions and healthy habits, optimal well-being is more than just a hope - it is an exciting reality for anyone who is willing to make it happen.
Library Services Co-ordinator Rose-marie Walters is encouraging locals to come along to this free and inspiring author talk.
“With the high demands of life and the rush of fast-paced living, our bodies and minds are filled with deadlines, stress, anxiety and nervous energy. Join us at this free event and learn how to take control of your wellbeing one step at a time,” said Rose-marie.
This event is free, but bookings are essential. Book your spot online under “Events and Bookings” at libraries.cessnock.nsw.gov.au, or by phoning Kurri Kurri Library on 4937 1638.