22 March 2017

Written by Ashleigh Hitter
for Daily Focal

I have always been a bit of positive Patricia, maybe verging on the side of annoyingly so. However, since hitting my mid (late) 20's it seems that I'm more of a moaning Morticia these days, which if I'm quite frank is a pain in the arse. I used to love waking up with a fire in my belly and a passion for things and turning those negative things into a positive, unfortunately of late that just hasn't been there for me. 

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With all this in mind and to try and focus my mind and spirit someone wonderful bought me "The Positivity Kit" a book by Lisa Currie and boy oh boy, it's just what I needed. With an opening scribe insisting "this is not a book to just look at. It's a creative space for you to draw, write, doodle over ad cut and paste. Soon it'll be a catalog of everything that makes you feel good and excited"  Just reading this got me in the mood and armed with crayons, fineliners and hope I started pouring everything into my delightful work of art. I'd like to point out here that my art is worse than my 3 year old nieces but I've enjoyed trying really, really hard.  

Every page is filled to the brim with things to draw, colour in and really gets your mind thinking about happy memories and things that fill your heart with joy. It will definitely take me forever to complete but I like the idea of that and I read through the whole book before I even put pen to paper..... because I didn't want to ruin anything, although it is aparent you can't do something wrong in this book because it is yours all yours and something to refer back to whenever times are hard.

This book has already helped me get that little bit of Patricia back and I hope she will shine through the more I complete of it. 

Let us know if you've competed a Positivity Kit or if there are any other great books that would help us on our journey!


  1. I'm so intrigued by this. I need a bit of Patricia back in my life haha x

  2. Love Commands Review
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