Happy International Women’s Day! We love the work we do at The Mean Girl Extinction Project to help girls cultivate kindness in girl world. So we can’t think of a better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than to share our BIG NEWS and celebrate the day by giving YOU something FREE!
We our launching our first interactive journal, GIRL TOUGH, IDENTITY and we are giving away our chapter on friendships FREE as a digital download.
BEING A GIRL IS TOUGH BUT SO ARE YOU!
We know being a girl and trying to navigate girl world can be tough. That is why we have created a series of interactive journals just for girls. When a girl better understands who she is and feels confident in her own skin, she will be more likely to be a positive influence in girl world.
Our first journal, GIRL TOUGH, IDENTITY is available on Amazon for pre-order on April 10th.
BUT, we’d like to give you a digital download of our chapter exploring friendships and how they can help shape a girl’s identity FREE!
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE CHAPTER here.
BELOW ARE A BREAKDOWN OF THE SELECTIONS YOU WILL FIND IN EACH CHAPTER…
LET’S TALK ABOUT IT
Each chapter begins with a discussion tackling the topic of that chapter. Your FREE chapter discusses friends and who they can help to shape a girl’s identity.
GET INTO IT
This section is designed to activate what you just read. Here you will practice activities that will connect you to what you just learned.
Process what you have practiced. This is the journaling portion. We invite you to look inside and dig deep.
YOU GO GIRL
Put what you have learned into action through a to-do list and challenges.
Unleash your creative side. Throughout the journal are intentional places to take art breaks, color in the black and white, scribble in the margins and leave your mark.
POWER OF WORDS
Purposeful quotes were created from information in each chapter that can be torn from the journal and displayed as a visual reminder.
We can’t wait to share Girl Tough, Identity with you, FREEBIES and GIVEAWAYS when it launches as well as how Girl Tough, Identity can be used in small groups, at schools and with counselors and/or adult leaders.