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My latest book, Notes to Self, is a journal for self-care. I wanted it to be (and believe it is!) a welcoming space to take a deep breath and gently ask... How can I do my best with the body and mind I’ve got today?

Inside you’ll find illustrated pages to check in with yourself, ask your body what it needs, observe your feelings with curiosity (rather than with judgment), and practice offering yourself the same care and compassion you’d give to a dear friend.

Daily Dose of Sunshine

︎ 23-page PDF
︎ Click here to print!

As we bunker down at home lately we’re needing new rituals to comfort us and offer an antidote to endlessly “doom scrolling” through the news. We need to cultivate our internal resources of gratitude and hope and joy, maybe now more than ever.

With this in mind I bundled together an offering: 23-pages of gratitude prompts for you to print out and doodle at home. A simple ritual to count on each day and help us all feel a little lighter and brighter.

Keep on keeping on.︎

Mar 2020

The Positivity Kit

Penguin Random House, 2016

︎︎︎Spanish edition

A visual imagining of the gratitude diary!

This isn’t a book to just look at. It’s a creative space for you to draw, write, doodle over, and cut & paste. Soon it’ll be a catalog of everything that makes you feel good and excited. Soon it’ll be a handmade map that can guide you back to your happiest self, back to your sweet spot in life. Whenever you need it.

Me, You, Us

Penguin Random House, 2014



A book to fill out together with your friends, family or a special someone. Just flip to a random page and use the prompts to jot down whatever silly thoughts or sweet memories pop into your brain. Start a cute bedtime ritual as a couple, spark new conversations with your loved ones, or pass the time together on road trips.

The Scribble Diary

Penguin Random House, 2012


Your own playful, personal doodling space. Use your scribble diary to wind down at night and vent about your day. Keep it on your desk for a quick doodling break when your brain needs a refresh. Declare your scribble diary “for my eye only” or share it with someone you trust to show them what’s been on your mind lately.