THE ARTFUL WAY TO WELLBEING
Are you ready to recapture The Lost Art of Wellness?
This is the place where happy change happens!
Here you will find uniquely designed workbooks, worksheets and workshops illustrated by me, Sarah Jane Vickery, that will inspire you to Be Curious, Get Creative and Practice Change.
Feeling Stressed? Help is here!
Here you will experience empowering workshops supporting emotional intelligence, team building, communication and personal development.
Put pen to paper with my Doodling, Colouring, Questioning Workbook. You will experience the power of journaling exercises for personal growth and change.
BE Curious Blog for health Geeks, engineers and questioning mindS
Meet Poly Moone. A cartoon by Sarah Jane Vickery
I created Poly Moone as a fun way to blog about the new thoughts and tools I uncover in the world of wellness. Poly delves into every topic from habit change to mindset, from chocolate to confidence, from relaxation to relationships. In her blog she shares a multitude of surprising and funny findings that just might help you on your road to wellbeing. But be warned! It’s in the nature of finding answers, that she will present you with many, many questions!
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I was listening to Dom D’Agostino and he was talking about the importance of taking creative downtime. He thinks it’s important to keep balanced. I agree and I need to practice this more. I get too caught up in work sometimes and forget that inspiration and fresh...
Have you heard of the theory of the 3 “Brains”? Those being your head (obviously) plus your heart and gut. People are often surprised to learn that the heart and gut have neurons, like the brain. Now not all neurons are brain cells and not all brain cells are neurons....
It is similar to what Ed Mylett describes as becoming immune to the ‘average’. The average becomes like an anaesthetic; over time we dull to it and become accepting. In line with this idea, he lives by a quote from Malcolm X: “That which you do not hate, you will...
TIME TO GET CREATIVE WITH
The Lost Art of Wellness Workbook
Here you will find fun and creative, squiggly and intriguing exercises to get you thinking mindfully and journaling with joy.
This is an ageless exploration, for anyone who enjoys pondering fundamental questions, developing their creativity and gaining insights into their own life.
Grab your pen! Get your colours! Doodle away and recapture the joyous power of journaling.
PRACTICE CHANGE AT A LOST ART OF JOURNALING
Doodling, Colouring, Questioning Workshop
That’s an unusual name for a workshop. It certainly is! And for good reason. You won’t have seen this before.
This workshop was developed from “The Lost Art of Wellness” workbooks and worksheets. It’s a unique visual framework that uses the power of journaling to inspire you to Be Curious, Get Creative and Practice Change.
One to one Coaching
The 4-Week Reset : Coaching you to new Healthy Habits
By connecting wellbeing research with creativity and through fun, practical journaling exercises, I have designed a logical, empowering coaching approach that enables you to successfully achieve and enjoy significant, healthy habit changes.
If you know what you should be doing but struggle to change, this is the program for you.
The Blog of Curious Observations
This feels like a lesson I can never reinforce enough in myself. What can I actually control. My thoughts, my feelings, my words and my behaviours. The workshop that Melissa and I give has a terrific exercise for being aware of this and making changes. I feel like I...
This is the place were curious minds put pen to paper. Check out my workbooks, worksheets and FREE printables. The way to a growth mindset at any age.
I am teamed up with Family Life & Wellbeing Coach, Melissa Carter @thehappychilduk Together we offer a uniquely creative and empowering workshop called The 3 Brains supporting emotional intelligence and personal development for your business. Our goal is to foster a...
Dom D'Agostino calls ketones the fourth macronutrient. Just when I thought carbs, protein and fat was all I needed to calculate, ketones come in! He has a very interesting discussion with Tom Bilyeu about the positive effects that ketones and ketogenic diets can have...
I was listening to Robert Lustig on my friend Peter’s podcast and I thought it was so funny when Robert said that it there is a label on a food, it is a warning label. How true! I guess that would be a pretty healthy eating strategy; just buy any food without a...
I had never heard of allulose before but I was listening to my friend Peter Attia being interviewed on Jocko Willink’s podcast and the topic came up. It’s a pretty interesting. Apparently allulose is a rare naturally occurring sugar substitute. Peter explains that the...
Aren’t nuts healthy? Don’t overdue those ‘healthy paleo’ foods like chocolate, coconut, and brazil nuts!
I’m guilty of this! It’s so easy for me to overdo those ‘healthy paleo’ foods like chocolate, coconut, and brazil nuts. The trouble with them is that they are very high in phytates. Too much phytate consumption from whole grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds can...
I was listening to Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Connection and they discuss how amateur gym-goers like me need to be careful not to fall into the trap of doing too much chronic cardio and mistakingly thinking that it is a healthy activity. He explains that "elite...
This is a great article my friend Adrian found about the surprising benefits of doodling from BBC News Katie Wright: How do you cope with the unexpected death of your partner of 19 years? That was the question facing Gary Andrews, 57, when his 41-year-old wife Joy...