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!
Peruse her most Popular Posts
Dr. Kelly Brogan and Joe Rogan were discussing the benefits of self-induced hardship. Historically we would have naturally experienced hardship in our daily lives. Today it is possible to avoid hardship so much more easily. It’s such a temptation to take it easy. I do...
I love this quote from Ai Weiwei. It sticks in my head because my friend Veronica had it up on her fridge. Whenever I’d be feeling overwhelmed by another big creative project I would look at that fridge magnet and remind myself to just start with one little thing. I...
I was learning today from Simon Sinek. One of the things he talks about is how we, in our ongoing quest to improve ourselves, fail to celebrate our successes. I’m very bad at this. I rarely look at what I’ve achieved. Instead I’m always looking at my to-do list. The...
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
I actually do this. I know it seems weird but doing a handstand does really change my perspective. Maybe it’s because I’m changing my energy mode or maybe it’s all that blood rushing to my head, I have not idea, but it works. My friend Michelle who is an occupational...
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...
Saponins are anti-nutrients found in legumes. They are so called I’ve learned because they foam up like soap when shaken in water. Saponins are a chemical defense for plants against microbes and fungi. According to Robb Wolf, author of The Paleo Solution, notes...
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 was great to meet everyone on Friday at the coffee morning at The Inspiration Space. Thanks Liana for organising and giving me this cartoon idea! It was taking me back to my corporate days.
Artist Paul Klee said that “a line is a dot that went for a walk”. I like this idea because it makes drawing seem less intimidating. Like taking a relaxing walk. Just a doodle! Here’s a fun drawing exercise I do sometimes: Pick an object to draw. Anything will do. Set...
Detecting a B12 Deficiency before it’s too late – you need to test more than serum B12 to know for sure
I was veggie for a very long time and I know that it is nearly impossible to get B12 on a veggie or vegan diet without supplementation so I thought this could be useful information to pass along. I had my levels of B12 tested but apparently not correctly. I was...
I’ve been journaling regularly now for over a decade. It started out as notes I’d make of little inspiring quotes. Then I added lessons I wanted to remember, observations I’d made, silly doodles and so on. Intuitively I’ve always known that writing a journal is a big...
I have always subscribed to the paradigm that eating lots of plant fibre is healthy. I certainly thought that this was a good idea for everyone across the board. And the more the better. But I’m beginning to question that assumption after listening to Dr. Michael...