Healthy Living Yearbook

Three Healthy Living Yearbooks on the grass

The Healthy Living Yearbook was written and published by Tracy Griffen in 2011. It’s 192 of full colour pages of recipes and seasonal exercise ideas, an ideal gift for a loved one (or yourself).

  • What’s good to eat in season
  • Easy healthy seasonal recipes
  • Resisting temptation hints for those times when indulgence beckons
  • Fitness ideas no matter the weather
  • Realistic information on nutrition, wellbeing and exercise

If you need some motivation to live a little healthier, this is the book for you. Get fit and enjoy it!

Copies available via Paypal (below), or in person from the Griffen Fitness studio. 

Healthy Living Yearbook

“If you want to become fit and healthy this year, this is the book for you.”
Bite Magazine, December 2011

Healthy Living Yearbook featured in Scotland on Sunday’s newspaper Spectrum section,
15 January 2012.

Edinburgh Spotlight review of Healthy Living Yearbook.

Healthy Living Yearbook is also available at the following retailers in Edinburgh

Blackwells Bookshop, 53-62 South Bridge,

Edinburgh Physiotherapy, 36 Henderson Row,

Elvis Shakespeare, 347 Leith Walk,

Flux Gifts, 55 Bernard Street,

Hanover Health, 40 Hanover Street,

Healthy Life Centre, 35-37 Bread Street,

Inner City Sanctum, 240 Leith Walk,

Leith Cycle Co, 276 Leith Walk,

Los Cardos, 281 Leith Walk,

PureSpa, Ocean Terminal and Lothian Road salons,

Real Foods, 37 Broughton Street & 8 Brougham Street,

Robert Stone Therapeutics, 27 Montagu Terrace,

Tattie Shaw’s Grocers, 5 Elm Row, tel: 0131 557 6720

Tiso, Rose Street and Commercial Street stores,

Word Power, 43 – 45 West Nicholson Street,

Waterstone’s, Ocean Terminal, Fort Kinnaird, Cameron Toll, George Street, West End

Whitmuir Organics, Whitmuir Farm, Lamancha,

Please contact us if you’re a retailer interested in stocking the Healthy Living Yearbook.

A book review from the jogscotland magazine Winter 2012

Jogscotland Healthy Living Yearbook review

Healthy Living Yearbook review – jogscotland (PDF)