Project You: More Than 50 Ways to Calm Down, de-Stress, and Feel Great

Find your balance Make a protein packed smoothie to energize for a busy day Center yourself after a stressful week by taking five minutes to write in your journal Strengthen your body and calm your mind with simple yoga poses and breathing techniques Craft a vision board to help you achieve your goals Create a time budget to organize your schedule Develop an eveningFind your balance Make a protein packed smoothie to energize for a busy day Center yourself after a stressful week by taking five minutes to write in your journal Strengthen your body and calm your mind with simple yoga poses and breathing techniques Craft a vision board to help you achieve your goals Create a time budget to organize your schedule Develop an evening routine that will help you wind down before sleep Award winning author Aubre Andrus shares than 50 do right now projects that will help you beat stress, smile big, and discover a calmer, blissful you.
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  1. Great cover on this one. It makes great use of graphics. It's colorful and eye catching and has some unique typogrpahy.A great little self-help book aimed towards the younger crowd (14-18) full of activities, exercises, advice, prompts, crafts, playlists, and recipes that will help you relax and rejuvenate. It's laid out with fun colorful graphics, images, and fonts that make it visually pleasing as well as enjoyable to read.I enjoyed this one a lot. Yes, this is geared more towards teenagers, b [...]

  2. Now THAT is a self-help book I really liked!First thing I enjoyed is the art inside. It's done in pastel colours, it makes you feel peaceful and doesn't hurt your eyes when you look at it - as someone with bad eyes, it's a real bonus!Second thing I liked simply was the way things are presented to you : these are things to do if you feel stressed, tired, irritated, but you should do more than just one of all these things, and you shouldn't afraid or ashamed to seek help if you need to.I've done s [...]

  3. This is the only YA self help/resource book I've read since I aged out of the target audience. And for teens of 2017, I think will work better as an inspirational motivator than as an actual resource. The pages are pretty, with watercolor-like tones and illustrations, motivational quotes, and a loose, magazine-ish feel. I can see someone who is bored or overwhelmed being likely to flip through a few pages of this book, rather than search for internet resources. But all of this information is on [...]

  4. I think this book might actually help me. I took notes of the things I liked and plan to try.

  5. I received a free ecopy of the book from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this one. It's not the kind of book that you can read in one sitting so it took me a lot more days. But, I'm glad that I read this. It has a lot of great tips on how to deal with stress, depression and anxiety. It has recipes, playlists, exercises and all different kinds of fun activities. I also liked the format which made the book more interesting to read. If you're someone wh [...]

  6. Read all my book reviews on my blog at: brainfartsandbooks.wordpressNow you all know I love a good mystery/thriller or chick lit read, but this book here was a five star read all the way. Why? Because I can’t think of a single person who wouldn’t benefit from it. In fact, I’m thinking of buying this book for each of my clients for Christmas this year. With it’s September release, it’ll be perfect timing. Reasons I loved this book:1. Tips to feel good2. Tips to be healthy3. Different wa [...]

  7. I enjoyed flipping through the colorful pages, lists, and various tips. Great resource for middle school & young adults.

  8. 3,5 *Interesting information, useful tips and cool projects. I especially liked the challenges and the recipes, I have to try them someday. And I adored the lovely design. While I think the book, in general, is interesting, I already knew/practice some of the things mentioned, and that's why this might be more recommendable for a younger audience.

  9. I was given the opportunity to review an advance copy of this book. Thanks, NetGalley!First, the good news: - There is much to appreciate about this book, which offers a sound overview of life-affirming practices that a young woman can do to bolster her health and happiness. I'm a life coach: these are the kinds of things I encourage clients to do, soavo! - The focus on PRACTICES is so important. Too many self-help books focus on reframing beliefs. This is super important. However, the do-now qu [...]

  10. PROJECT YOU by Aubre Andrus will be available in our library in September. This book will likely be high interest, particularly for girls in middle school and early high school. Andrus divides the book into two major sections: Take Control and Find Your Balance. Within each, are multiple chapters with titles like “Head Outdoors”, “Exude Confidence,” “Create a Time Budget” and “Speak Up.” There is a section on breathing and meditation, and several visualization exercises. I liked [...]

  11. I received this book as an e-arc from NetGalley, so thank you to the publisher for letting me read it early! All they asked was for my honest opinion, and that is what I gave them!Aesthetic wise, I loved the calm colors and scrapbook-quality to this book. I appreciated so much all the images of real girls and how they were intermixed with illustrations. I mention the looks of the book first because I think if it were more clinical it would have been harder to read and pay attention to, so I appr [...]

  12. *I received a free online copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review* Project You is a great resource book aimed at teens with the aim to help them find ways to reduce stress and find ways to calm down. I am not a teen and yet I found this book incredibly helpful. I didn't use all the suggestions in here, but I did work through areas such as visualization, making decisions, body scanning, etc. It also gives education on what stress does to the body, how relaxation can help as well as p [...]

  13. [I received a copy from Netgalley in return for an honest review]Aubre Andrus' bio states that she got her start at American Girl magazine--and it shows, with the beautifully caring book that is Project You. While careful to give resources to reader who would need more help than a book can give, all 50 activities dovetail nicely with any treatment a young reader may access--and an older reader may appreciate without having to lug their DBT guide everywhere they go.From lovingkindness meditation [...]

  14. Thanks to NetGalley and Capstone for the opportunity to read and review Project You by Aubre Andrus! Just reading the Table of Contents made me feel relaxed and helped me look forward to reading the book. Full of de-stressing activities to help you take care of yourself and feel at peace. Self-care and self-help tips for almost every stressor plus feng shui principles, calming recipes and activities as well as energizing and replenishing tips are found in this book, along with happy music lists [...]

  15. Even though this is geared towards teenagers, I found many wonderful tips in this book to calm down and reduce stress! I loved all of the color and graphics; they definitely added to make this book enjoyable and easy to read. Quick and to the point - what every reader needs when trying to de-stress! There is nothing worse than having to wade through thick text to get to the points. I think that everyone should have this on their shelf as a ready reminder that reducing stress can not only be fun, [...]

  16. *I received a free ARC in exchange for an honest review*I'm going to be honest. I had never read one of those self-help books, but this book had this great cover and so I HAD to read it. I have tried some of the techniques and was surprised to see that they worked! Today I had a really important exam so this helped me a lot! And it had this cutesy Mr. Wonderful vibe that's all the rage right now.I had just one problem with the format. As I read it in my ebook, I had to turn a looot of pages just [...]

  17. This book is decidedly meant more for teens than adults, but there are a lot of great ideas in here for mindfulness, time-management, and generally making the most of things. I would be a really great book to get if you have a teen in your life. As an adult there were even a few good takeaways for me, but not enough for me to give it a higher grade.

  18. This book would be great for any teen. It has helpful information on how to destroys and take time for one's self. It is non-judgmental and offers a variety of techniques for both males and females. This would be a great asset to any teen to increase their personal awareness and understanding of how to spend time on themselves.

  19. I received an uncorrected proof of this title at #alaac2017 . Great tips, but was surprised to see that this was aimed at teenagers instead of adults. Still, a great book, but it wasn't clear from the cover. I also wish that a more diverse group of young adults were illustrated. I saw images of young men, but few people of color.

  20. A nice book, filled with useful and doable advice. I am a psychotherapist and I entered this giveaway to see if it would be a good book to recommend to my patients. I gave it to my college age daughter.

  21. Excellent book of suggestions for teens to de-stress and calm anxiety. Excellent graphics make this an eye catching book. Great suggestions and great advice--act on the suggestions you like and skip over those that don't appeal to you.

  22. Basic information, but put in a fun way. Geared towards twenty-somethings but is an easy, quick read for those who enjoy self-help with a variety of topics.

  23. Thanks to Capstone and Switch Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Good solutions for feeling better? Here is comes :)Stars: 4.8I'm glad that someone finally wrote some book with tips for teenagers [not only teenagers would gain from this book] how to deal with stress, anger and feeling down.We all know how hard growing up is. Hormones kick up, the school gives us more stuff to take care of, dates which not always go perfect, problems in relationships - we a [...]

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