Feeding the Soul (Because It's My Business): Finding Our Way to Joy, Love, and Freedom (Paperback)
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
53rd NAACP Image Awards Winner
You are seen, you are loved, and you are heard!
Before Tabitha Brown was one of the most popular personalities in the world, sharing her delicious vegan home cooking and compassionate wisdom with millions of followers across social media, she was an aspiring actress who in 2016 began struggling with undiagnosed chronic autoimmune pain. Her condition made her believe she wouldn’t live to see forty--until she started listening to what her soul and her body truly needed. Now, in this life-changing book, Tabitha shares the wisdom she gained from her own journey, showing readers how to make a life for themselves that is rooted in nonjudgmental kindness and love, both for themselves and for others.
Tabitha grounds her lessons in stories about her own life, career, faith, and family in this funny, down-to-earth book, built around the catchphrases that her fans know and love, including:
Hello There!: Why hope, joy, and clarity are so very needed
That’s Your Business: Defining yourself, and being okay with that
Have the Most Amazing Day . . . : Choosing joy and living with intention
But Don’t Go Messin’ Up No One Else’s: Learning to walk in kindness even when the world doesn’t feel kind
Like So, Like That: Living life without measurement
Very Good: Living in peace and creating good from the bad
Rich with personal stories and inspirational quotes, and sprinkled with a few easy vegan recipes, Feeding the Soul is a book to share--and to return to when you want to feel seen, loved, and heard.
Tabitha Brown is an actress and vegan food star who has affectionately become known as "America's Mom." She has provided millions with food for the body and soul through her videos capturing delicious homecooked vegan recipes and everyday wisdom rooted in love, kindness and compassion. Tabitha can be seen on her show All Love on the Ellen Digital Network and on Season 4 of Showtime's The Chi. She was the recipient of the 2021 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Social Media Personality. Born and raised in Eden, North Carolina, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband, three kids, and dog.
“Brown sandwiches pep talks and vegan recipes between anecdotes of a spiritual and at times supernatural ilk. . . . She treats every life experience as an opportunity to share a lesson learned . . . always bolstered by the same authentic, sincere joy that has made her a hit on TikTok.” — Time
“Brown . . . makes people feel good, makes them think, makes them laugh, and calms them down. Feeding the Soul delivers on its title. It’s a great read for when you need a soul pick-me-up, a life pep talk, or simply something to reflect on.” — Shondaland
“[Tabitha Brown is] a master at feeding viewers’ souls with her inspirational messages of hope and positive affirmations of self-love.” — People.com
“This [book is] sprinkled with Brown’s infectious energy as she shares some of the wisdom that she picked up along her journey, and of course, a few vegan recipes!” — IndieWire
“If you’ve ever found yourself drawn to shifting to a vegan diet — whether for health or ethical reasons — then you probably know of the shining light that is Tabitha Brown. Her stunning [book] details what it was like to go from an aspiring actress to a woman who decided to do what was best for her body and soul. Full of personal stories and some of Brown’s beloved catchphrases, readers are sure to walk away from this read feeling seen, loved, and heard. And if not, well then that’s your business *wink*.” — Sheknows.com
“When Brown—dubbed “America’s Mom”—isn’t posting adorable videos that show her dancing with excitement over vegan garlic-parm croutons, she’s being cast in some of Hollywood’s biggest series (such as Showtime’s The Chi) and being invited onto top talk shows (from Ellen to The Drew Barrymore Show). And though Tinseltown can’t seem to get enough of this Southern belle, it’s Brown’s groundedness and unrelenting commitment to being her authentic self that points to why she is so damn beloved.” — VegNews