- 176 pages
You Are Incredible, Just As You Are – How to Embrace Your Perfectly Imperfect Self
Find happiness by embracing your perfectly imperfect self. ‘You Are Incredible Just As You Are – How to Embrace Your Perfectly Imperfect Self’ is the latest, inspiring journal from Emily Coxhead, founder of The Happy News.
Beautifully designed to help you find your way in a world where comparison and judgement can make it hard to stay true to yourself. Full of prompts, tick boxes and space to write down thoughts, as well as uplifting quotes and thought-provoking words, all to help you feel more confident in yourself and less anxious about what other people think.
With advice on using social media in a positive way, embracing failure, celebrating your differences and finding people who make you feel happy, this book is designed to help you be kinder to yourself. Because when you embrace your insecurities, differences, and everything that makes you unique, you’ll realise that the only person you need to be is your strong, special, perfectly imperfect self.
If you’d like to find out more about Emily and how she started with just £500 why not have a list to this episode of our podcast, Conversations of Inspiration. Holly sat down with Emily on her sofa to talk about how not only Richard Branson is one of her greatest fans but also, how feeling low helped her come up with the idea in the first place.
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The Happy News
Emily Coxhead is a fluffy-haired, smiley kinda thing but also a designer, illustrator and happy thing maker. In 2015 she published The Happy News, a newspaper celebrating only the good stuff going on around the world, after a successful Kickstarter campaign that tripled its target. Emily has since appeared on BBC, HuffPost, Virgin and more, released a range of greeting cards and merchandise, published her book ‘Make Someone Happy’ with Penguin Random House and is continuing to expand all things happy from the worlds tiniest, most rainbow-filled office. Emily aims to add a little bit of sunshine to this funny old planet, making a few people smile along the way.