A carefully chosen selection of our favourite products. Everything reviewed by us first – there’s nothing on here we haven’t already bought and loved ourselves. All links redirect to Amazon, and the Project receives a small commission for anything purchased.

Solitude: In Pursuit of a Singular Life in a Crowded World, by Michael Harris. Beautifully contemplative book by – makes the case for finding peace in a crowded world.

The Art of Happiness: A Handbook for Living, by the Dalai Lama and Howard Cutler. Practical guidance from the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people.

Singled Out, by Bella DePaulo. A witty, punchy account of how everything you ever thought you knew about single life is wrong

A beautiful, comprehensive, down-to-earth guide to living well, alone. Targeted more at women, however lots of useful advice in here for those of all genders.

In this groundbreaking book, Professor Eric Klinenberg explores the explosion in solo households in recent years. Buy if you’re interested in understanding the causes behind this phenomenon.

A practical beginners guide to ‘mindfulness’ practice – the art of fully appreciating the present moment. A great skill if you live alone, which will give you a greater sense of connectedness to your surroundings.

After a long day, wind down with a bath, this beautifully gentle, organic candle and a delicious glass a wine…

Scented with cherry blossom and rice milk, the Rituals of Sakura gift set is four steps to bathtime heaven!

A solid all round starter kit for your DIY needs. You’ll need to buy a drill separately.

This beautiful orange and geranium hand wash from Neal’s Yard gives a little boost even to something as mundane as washing your hands – we love it!

A stunning collection of vegetarian and vegan recipes that can be assembled and thrown in the oven in minutes. A separate book The Roasting Tin: Simple One Dish Dinners also includes meat and fish based dishes – it’s good, however there’s something really special about the vegetarian version!

Brene Brown talks about the modern crisis of loneliness and disconnection and, in her ‘quest for true belonging,’ gives some practical advice drawn from her own research on how to stand strong in your own identity, while building deep, authentic connections with others.