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Following the international release of her New York Times bestseller First, We Make the Beast Beautiful: a new conversation about anxiety, former journalist and commentator Sarah Wilson was flooded with questions about the “childhood anxiety epidemic”. While the community has leveled the blame at technology and social media, Wilson has taken a deeper dive in her soon-to-be-published book and has found, more worryingly, we have a resilience epidemic.
Sarah Wilson is a New York Times and Amazon #1 bestselling author, entrepreneur and philanthropist. She’s the founder of IQuitSugar.com, whose 8-Week Program has been completed by 1.5 million people in 133 countries. A former news journalist and editor of Cosmopolitan, she was the host of the first series of MasterChef Australia and is the author of the international bestsellers first, we make the beast beautiful, I Quit Sugar: Simplicious, I Quit Sugar and I Quit Sugar For Life. She is ranked as one of the top 200 most influential authors in the world.
Sarah’s latest book is I Quit Sugar: Simplicious Flow, which encourages us to adopt ‘zero-waste’ cooking as the path to good health, creativity and an altogether more elegant life.
Sarah blogs in an intimate fashion – on philosophy, anxiety, minimalism and anti-consumerism – at sarahwilson.com, lives in Sydney, Australia, rides a bike everywhere, is a compulsive hiker and is eternally curious.