A Life of Wonder: A Guided Coloring Book Journal for Exploring Your Creative Dreams

Creativity is your birthright. When it gets lost, sidelined, or even stolen, something precious is missing from life. A Life of Wonder invites you to explore your innate creativity and invite it to inhabit your life. The journal prompts lead to discovering the value of your creativity, as well as how to retrieve it and bring it actively alive. The mandalas and abstract patterns offer a means to let the mind and senses flow with color, creative curiosity, and centered stillness.

A Life of Wonder is a gentle ally for encouraging you to open up to your creativity and a portable companion to celebrate every aspect of originality in your days. To be truly yourself is to be free and open to your creative self. May A Life of Wonder help you soar higher than you thought possible, always.

Creativity is your birthright. When it gets lost, sidelined, or even stolen, something precious is missing from life. A Life of Wonder invites you to explore your innate creativity and invite it to inhabit your life. The journal prompts lead to discovering the value of your creativity, as well as how to retrieve it and bring it actively alive. The mandalas and abstract patterns offer a means to let the mind and senses flow with color, creative curiosity, and centered stillness.

A Life of Wonder is a gentle ally for encouraging you to open up to your creativity and a portable companion to celebrate every aspect of originality in your days. To be truly yourself is to be free and open to your creative self. May A Life of Wonder help you soar higher than you thought possible, always.

Published Year

2021

Page Count

189

ISBN

9798696231464

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Editorial Review

"Colleen Hoover reminds readers that love is a fragile thing, built from courage, hope, and tears. Every person with a heartbeat should read this book."  (Kami Garcia, #1 New York Times bestselling author)

The MC was likable enough, but inconistent, waffling between whiny and focused. Kind of got annoyed with how much he continued to be surprised by everything. I know that is probably realistic of how someone would actually behave there, but that didn’t make it any less annoying to read. He is constantly in fights and sometimes he wins through some skill or by luck, but you never seem to know when it is one or the other. Definitely not worth $9.99, and will not buy the others until the price is reduced.