Mindfulness, drawings and meditationsFans of Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson, Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh, Introvert Doodles by Maureen Marzi Wilson, and the works of Liz Climo will love You Can Do All Things.
Daily meditations to help with depression and anxiety: Mental health is a topic that affects everyone, though so few are eager to discuss it. You Can Do All Things is a compendium of knowing-yet-supportive illustrations from The Latest Kate, whose thoughtful quotations encourage the reader to be mindful of their own mentality and to take care of themselves, regardless of image or lifestyle. Calming and supportive, the illustrations are also candid about the internal problems many people face in this hectic modern world.
Inspirational, gentle drawings of animals: The Latest Kate's inventive pairing of whimsical colors and friendly, smiling animals is the spoonful of sugar that makes the heavy subject matter approachable and non-threatening. You Can Do All Things is a welcome addition to any bookshelf or art wall, and its messages are equally applicable to adults and children.
In this book you'll find:
Beautiful, whimsical, and colorful art
Expressions of encouragement for any hardship you face
A how-to guide for dealing with anxiety and depression
Understanding and validation for your struggles
Cute animals that believe in you!
Tips for every time you feel inadequate, overwhelmed, or down on yourself
Anxiety sucks, but you don't. This book will show you how to get through the worst of it.
Art for mental health, relaxation and stress reduction.
Kate Allan is an illustrator and designer from Washington State. She writes and draws about painful things but aims to make it okay with bright colors and sparkles. Under the handle The Latest Kate, she has a social media following of more than 100,000 people. Her work has been featured in The Huffington Post, The Mighty, Wear Your Voice Mag, Sparklife, and more. Margarita Tartakovsky, MS, is a writer and associate editor at PsychCentral.com, the Internet's largest and oldest independent mental health online resource. There, she pens pieces about everything from anxiety and ADHD to creativity and couples to self-compassion and self-care. Her writing also has been featured on other websites, including SpiritualityHealth.com. She lives in Florida with her husband, Brian, and their daughter, Lily.