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On the night table: Lindsay Hamel

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Lindsay Hamel

Personal trainer

"I recently started reading Die Empty by Todd Henry. It's not as dismal as it sounds. It's about soaking every last drop out of life. It feels like Malcolm Gladwell wrote a self-help book. Henry uses anecdotes and experiences to explain our common habits and how easy (and normal) it is to become complacent. We all think that 'someday' we'll do this or that. Die Empty practically addresses these behaviours, offering new habits and solutions to get out of those ruts. After a hard Winnipeg winter, it's a great no-nonsense read to re-focus on what's important."

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 3, 2014 G8

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Updated on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 7:57 AM CDT: Tweaks formatting.

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