Doodling Colouring Questioning Wellbeing Workbook: A New Tale of Me

(6 customer reviews)

£10.00

How can I capture The Art of Wellbeing?

Here you will find fun and inspiring, squiggly and intriguing exercises to build your growth mindset and help you write a great new story for yourself.

It’s an ageless exploration of the struggles we all have, to see a new perspective, feel more confident and make change happen.

If you’ve never used a doodling, colouring, questioning workbook before, fear not! There are no rules here. Instead you’ll find a curious combination of doodling challenges, intriguing questions, colouring page quotes and cartoon giggles to spark your creativity, help you see new possibilities and give you powerful tools for change.

Now, are you ready to capture The Art of Wellbeing? Perfect! Grab your pen! Get your colours! Put pen to paper and enjoy your journey to discover a great new tale of your own.

45 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

What’s ‘A New Tale of Me’ all about?

Poly Moone was created by artist, engineer, designer and health coach, Sarah Jane Vickery, to inspire people of all ages to be curious, get creative and practice change. Her workbooks follow Poly Moone’s intriguing adventures through the mindbody puzzle to capture The Art of Wellbeing.

Here you will creatively journal on topics including: Making it Mine, Work of Joy, The Confidence Toolbox, Facing Bogey Beasts, My Curious Story to discover A New Tale of Me.

Who is this for?

This is and ageless exploration … Where Curious Minds Capture The Art of Wellbeing! This book is for you if:

  • You find doodling helps you think.
  • You feel colouring is relaxing.
  • You enjoy pondering curious questions.
  • You are ready to challenge the story you tell yourself.
  • You believe in the power of creativity and curiosity to make change happen.

What can I gain?

  • Build a growth mindset and confident story for yourself.
  • Increase your self-awareness and intuition by tapping into your right-brain. 
  • Spark your creativity and express your inner artist. We all have it!
  • Develop the habit of creative journaling.
  • Take time for you and feel the relaxing benefits of doodling and colouring.
  • See yourself from a new perspective.
  • Move you towards your personal goals and higher-self.
  • Most importantly…enjoyment!

 

Additional information

Weight 120 g
Dimensions 210 × 148 mm
Pages

48

Cover

250 gsm laminated paper stock

Interior

120 gsm uncoated paper stock

6 reviews for Doodling Colouring Questioning Wellbeing Workbook: A New Tale of Me

  1. Lil Neill

    My daughter loves her journal. The illustrations are beautiful and she spends ages colouring it. I like that it’s very artistic for a growth mindset book. I think it will be great for her to look back on. I should probably do one myself!

  2. Kristen

    This is such a good book to inspire me to look inside myself and help me think about myself in different ways I never thought possible. I love the art because it makes me smile and think positively about myself. It’s good for you if you are on a journey of self discovery!

  3. Tone Tellefsen Hughes

    There are so many new mindfulness and doodle books out there, but ‘The Lost Art of Wellness’ is so creatively done it suits both young and old. It combines self-reflection with humour and gives the reader a moment to pause, think and look inside. I can highly recommend it.

  4. Betty-Lou

    I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in taking a creative journey into self awareness. The delightful illustrations and snippets of wisdom invite you into a fun and quirky world of self discovery. I hope this is the first in a series of books.

  5. Sheena

    This is my first doodle journal! I’ve never used a diary or a journal before this, I find it difficult to clearly write down my thoughts…once I’ve figured out what to write about. This is a fun tool to get started. There are prompts, plenty of white space and colouring-in sections to help focus the mind. It’s small enough to carry around with a few pens or colouring pencils…perfect for my commute to and from work where I can offload anxiety and try and switch off!

  6. Friedrich Fismer

    My daughter absolutely loves the doodle journal she loves colouring it. “Really cool” she said.

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