Happy, Healthy, Strong
How to feel amazing every day
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Rachael Finch is the poster girl for living a wholesome, holistic life. As a result, she is addicted to feeling amazing - and wants everyone else to feel amazing too. As a health coach, television host, model, social-media star and mum, she knows what it is to lead a busy life, and she also knows how easy it is to take shortcuts with your health when you're under pressure. But Rachael passionately believes life is too short to feel unhappy about yourself, and it's her goal to help transform the lives of other women to encourage them to live happy, healthy and strong.
An inspiring, affirming and beautiful guide to looking and feeling great, inside and out, Happy Healthy Strong contains 85+ delicious clean wholefood recipes as well as a two-week vitality plan to kickstart your new self. Full of inspiring health and wellness principles, advice on mindfulness and work/life balance, as well as confidence-boosting tips, affirmations and goal setting, Happy Healthy Strong is all about loving your body, loving yourself, and achieving your best, happiest and healthiest self.
About the Author
Rachael Finch is one of Australia's most popular media personalities. Currently signed to Seven Network, Rachael presents across a range of lifestyle, fashion and sports programming and is an ambassador for Myer. Rachael represented Australia at the Miss Universe competition in 2009, and cooked up a storm to place third on Channel Ten's popular show ‘Celebrity Masterchef' also in 2009. A model, media personality, mother and certified health coach, the past few years have seen Rachael appear on ‘Dancing With The Stars', and the travel show ‘High Road, Low Road' with co-host Tom Williams, along with presenting the weather on Seven's ‘Sunrise'.
She has worked as part of Seven's reporting team for the network's coverage of the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, presented nightly updates and a highlights show for the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, co-hosted ‘The Great Outdoors' and, more recently, various sports related segments. She is also a co-host on Nova's evening show as well as being a regular guest and co-host on Nova's national drive show ‘Fitzy & Wippa'.