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The Just Girl Project Book of Self-Care

An Illustrated Guide for Young Women to Practice Self-Love, Self-Compassion & Mindfulness with Fun and Flair

Ilana Harkavy

Hardcover

List Price: 16.95*
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Description

EXPRESS YOURSELF, OWN YOUR STRUGGLES, PURSUE YOUR DREAMS! Get empowered with The Just Girl Project's tips for living your best life.

The Just Girl Project is an online movement to take back #girlpower! In this delightful gift book, founder Ilana Harkavy shares The Just Girl Project's authentic tips and tricks for self-love and radical self-acceptance, touching on everything from mental health to body image to relationships.
 
It's the must-have support system for every young woman bravely putting her best self out into the world.
 
Every page shares a charming, humorous, and relatable illustration offering motivation for making healthy choices, sharing everyday triumphs and struggles, expressing yourself creatively, and celebrating the power of friendship.


Praise For The Just Girl Project Book of Self-Care: An Illustrated Guide for Young Women to Practice Self-Love, Self-Compassion & Mindfulness with Fun and Flair

"Empower her with this book by Ilana Harkavy that shares The Just Girl Project's tips for self-love and self-acceptance in the realms of creativity, mental health, body image, friendships and relationships."
—Seattle Times

Spruce Books, 9781632173959, 144pp.

Publication Date: December 7, 2021



About the Author

Ilana Harkavy started her career as a recording artist and songwriter in Los Angeles, creating electronic dance music for ABC, Disney, HBO, and more. Even as her career skyrocketed, she began to feel dissatisfied. She knew she needed another outlet to express her true feelings and connect with the people she was most passionate about helping. Enter The Just Girl Project--a fiery artistic movement that empowers girls to embrace their passions, be blatantly honest, and take ownership of their individual struggles.

Erica Lewis is an illustrator and designer who is super-passionate about drawing and creating work that people can relate to and that promotes happiness and inspiration. Colorful, quirky, and experimental illustrations and lettering are her specialty. She also loves the color pink, drinks too much coffee, works for a greeting card company by day, is constantly binging TV shows, and lives for long walks with her pomapoo, Bella.