Win My Mindful Journal from Upside Down Books for some mindfulness for teenagers (3 copies available)

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We have another giveaway on the site today, and we will have over the next 4-6 weeks to with mindfulness for teenagers. We are working with Upside Down Books to bring you a series of activities and giveaways to help navigate what is a difficult time for older children. We have THREE COPIES of My Mindful Journal to give away today for you all.

My Mindful Journal

My Mindful Journal (RRP £9.99), from Upside Down Books, is specially for readers and writers, aged 12+, to journey on a path towards mindfulness.

Mindfulness means being fully present: aware of where we are and what we’re doing. When we’re mindful, we’re less likely to get overwhelmed and more likely to feel calm and peaceful.

The teenage years can be overwhelming and emotions can run high, so it is important to give teens a safe outlet for all these feelings. Having a diary or journal can make a huge difference.

My Mindful Journal is an interactive activity journal where young adults can ruminate, meditate, and express themselves with intention. Filled with inspirational quotes, affirmations, guided lists, mindfulness activities and doodles for colouring in, the book will prompt readers to express themselves within the pages.

My Mindful Journal

Upside Down Books, an imprint of leading mental health and wellbeing specialist Trigger Publishing, offers young readers comforting, nurturing, playful and humorous books that also spark thought and conversation around feelings and emotions.

With a range of titles that cover topics such as mindfulness, emotions, grief, anxiety and even boredom, there are plenty of great books for parents, children and teenagers.

For more information about Upside Down Books, do visit the website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

My Mindful Journal

The entry methods for this competition as as always simple, and effective, we would like you to fill out the Gleam widget below, following the instructions for each entry method. We are including:

  • Follows on our Twitter account, as well as Trigger Publishing,
  • Tweeting about the competition, with a Tweet that we have already set up for you,
  • Sharing the giveaway with others, and if they enter, you get further entries into the competition, and finally,
  • Signing up to our weekly newsletter.

We hope you enjoy the giveaway, and the other activities and books we introduce you to in the coming weeks.

Win My Mindful Journal from Upside Down Books

Thanks so much for stopping by. This giveaway ends on the 10th July, at 11.59pm and is for UK audiences only. Our usual competitions terms and conditions apply of course.

Do check out the other giveaways on our site as well – we always have great giveaways for kids and parents running, so pop over and check them out. You never know what you might win.

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Thanks for coming to see us here.

Take care,

Helen

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37 Comments

  • Mindfulness can be beneficial, takes time, effort and living in the present (making the most of that gift) . Meanwhile the pace of modern life :- Can be fast, unpredictable. We need help and encouragement :- A journal might help.

  • I’d like to win this to give to my daughter because she’s been struggling with her mental health and I think this would really help her

  • I would like to win the mindful journal for my granddaughter as lock down has been hard for her. I am sure it would help.

  • I’d love to win for my niece it would really help her I am sure and it looks brilliant – we already do some mindfulness activities

  • I think it could be of benefit to my granddaughter who is nearly 12 and in the process of moving from primary to secondary school. Lockdown has kept her very close to home, not seeing family or friends and it is easy to lose confidence and momentum at this important time. This journal may help her to focus.

  • I’d love to win for my Great Niece – she’s due to start Secondary school in September and this would be a great help to get her through theses tough times and the daunting prospect of starting a new school

  • I think my Granddaughter would really benefit from this book, writing down her thoughts on the subjects, would truly help at this time

  • I’ve been journaling, for the past 15 months to help me through some really tough stuff. This book would be great as it actually has the inspirational quotes and affirmations already there. Mindfulness is such a great tool that should be taught to all young people at school, that and self love.

  • This would be great for my Goddaughter who is really concerned about going back to school after being at home for so long

  • My daughter who is due to start secondary this year would really benefit from this book – always an anxious tine so this would really help her

  • I think like everyone else my mental health is being tested at the moment with working from home and being there for my 8 year old, so this would help with some positivity.

  • I firmly believe mindfulness should be taught in schools to help children cope with life. I use it for pain management for my long term chronic pain condition, plus helps anxiety and focus, valuable tools for children.

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