A Strong Girls’ Guide to Being: Exercises and Inspiration for Becoming a Braver, Kinder, Healthier You (Paperback)
Relax and reflect, as you write in this inspiring journal that teaches the art of mindfulness. When school, friends, family and life become stressful, teens and preteens can forget they’re worthy, beautiful people, capable of achieving whatever they set their mind to. That is why it’s so important for girls to cultivate mindfulness.
This guided journal encourages them to practice exercises that promote positive changes, including carrying out random acts of kindness, noticing small moments in their day that bring joy, practising gratitude, unplugging and unwinding from technology, and so much more. Girls will be inspired throughout with quotes and short biographies of notable women in history who have changed the world.
As they write, and follow the simple exercises on positivity, girls will gain a sense of calm, ignite their imagination, and become the best, happiest, and strongest version of themselves.
This journal prompts you to Try power poses that display confidence and strength–and create your own! Bring more positive emotions into your life by jotting down the things that make you laugh–like an inside joke with your BFF Dream big, by coming up with the wildest, more outrageous goal you can imagine Gain confidence by writing a go-to statement that helps you face challenging moments
Our Verdict on A Strong Girls’ Guide to Being
Did you keep a journal when you were younger? I know I did, I had quite a few secret journals where I would write down all my feelings as well as recording my daily activities.
My girl’s do this too, especially my tween. She loves writing in her books and drawing little pictures to go with it. A Strong Girls’ guide to Being has it all set out in chapters you can always choose which one to write in. From being positive, dreaming big, being healthier, braver and kinder. There is nothing more you could ask from a journal like this. Each page includes both something to read and space for you to write in.
Throughout the book there are quotes from inspirational women and towards the end there is a chapter on who these women are.
Never doubt that you are valuable, powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to persue and acheive your own dreams.Hilary Clinton
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