A guided journal to unlock your own personal brand of magical self-care and discover what works best for you to nourish and celebrate your body, mind, and spirit.
Self-care belongs to everyone, and it’s especially important if you feel stretched thin. Self-care is typically portrayed as the surface-level stuff that you can spend money on. There’s nothing wrong with that, though to feel the way you want to feel at your core, step into the world where magic meets self-care. With ample writing space and inspiration, this guided journal invites you to be inquisitive, dive deep, and trust yourself and your instincts. Cultivate a kinder relationship with yourself through simple actions and routines to honor your body, mind and spirit. From moon rituals for setting aligned intentions, tarot card reflections to tune into intuition, breathwork for releasing stuck energy, to enhancing your life with healing crystals, food, movement, and meditation, you’ll be empowered. Treat yourself well and recognize your life as successive moments of magic and self-care.
Leah Vanderveldt is the food editor at health and wellness website, MindBodyGreen, where she writes and develops whole-food recipes and edits content about nutrition, health, and cultivating a positive relationship with food. She began her career in publishing at Cond� Nast, working for both Vogue and Vanity Fair. When she moved to Sydney, Australia, Leah worked as a copy editor for lifestyle and design magazine Home Beautiful, where she focused on the entertaining and recipes sections. After teaching herself to cook through trial and error, Leah has managed to find clever ways to maximize flavour in dishes while focusing on plant-based whole foods. Her cooking inspiration ranges from her travels in Australia and Europe, to the more local flavours of her childhood home on Long Island, New York, and her dad’s fishing boat. She is certified in Culinary Nutrition from the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, where she learned to unite nutrition theory with practical techniques in the kitchen. She currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Fabian, who conveniently loves washing dishes.