Small But Mighty | ‘Little Books’ Review

Around September time I received a few ‘little books’ from Abrams and Chronicle publishers.

I’ve posted all of these on Instagram as they look so cute and are designed really well!

The Red Book of Luck by Amy Treadwell

With this book as your guide, learn the potential luck in everyday things, decipher the elements of chance in the days of the week numbers, colors, and clothing; find new ways to be lucky in love; and discover superstitions and auspicious practices from around the world.

Keep the The Red Book of Luck close at hand and, no matter what fate sends your way, you’ll create your own good fortune.

This book is filled with useful information and how to’s. I especially love the design of the book, with it’s red sprayed edges and cute illustrations inside. This is a fabulous book to have on your bedside table or desk drawer. Separated into different chapters, this book covers things such as crystals, charms, and superstitions around the world.

Celebrate Today by Hello Lucky

Find a reason to celebrate with this delightful guided journal that turns every day of the year into a holiday! Each page is dedicated to trying something new, enjoying the little things in life, and reflecting on the day-to-day moments that we often let pass by. Whether you’re performing a good deed, eating a donut, or engaging in some soul searching. Celebrate Today will make sure that you are living life to the fullest, 365 days a year!

Another cute looking book, filled with things to do and bright and colouring illustrations throughout. Each day will give you something to focus on, from making up your own ice cream flavour to figuring our your favourite curse word.

Calm The Chaos by Nicola Ries Taggart

Reflect on Today

Set Intentions for Tomorrow

For anyone who feels overwhelmed by endless to-do lists and stresses of everyday life, this journal helps calm inner chaos through an inviting daily practice to process ‘Today’ and look ahead to ‘Tomorrow.’ Filled with easy-to-follow prompts that encourage essential happiness habits – including self-care, kindness, gratitude, goal setting, and letting go – these pages offer empowering practices for finding balance at the end of each day so you can greet every new one with clarity, purpose, and joy. 

Another daily journal, to consistently ask yourself a few questions; how did you take care of yourself today? What are you grateful for today? And what will you focus on tomorrow?

Your Brightest Life by Caroline Kelso Zook

Unlock Your Pure Potential

Find fulfilment and joy in all aspects of life with this guide to reconnecting with your authentic self, realizing personal goals, and achieving success on your own terms. Brimming with beautiful artwork, thought-provoking writing prompts, and interactive practices for creativity, self-care, and mindfulness, this vibrant journal is the perfect companion to becoming your best, brightest self. 

Another journal guys! But this one is just so pretty! I kinda don’t want to write in it – anyone else have the problem? We’re invited to create an emergency mood booster and illustrated our intentions. This journal comes under various chapters; self-awareness, authenticity, creativity, confidence, resilience, intention and self-evolution.

Bibliophile Postcards by Jane Mount

An added extra, Jane Mount is the illustrator and creative mind of Bibliophile, a book filled with all these books, authors, bookshops and pretty illustrations. And these are a cute collection of bookish note cards, which, you’ve probably guessed that I don’t want to use but stare at all day – oops!

As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read any of these and what you thought of them. And if you haven’t, will you be adding them to your TBR or hitting the sales after Christmas with book tokens?


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