Today we are introducing The Wonder Collection and we are so very excited about it.

The Wonder Collection is hopefully going to be an ever growing resource for anyone who visits its pages, full of inspiration, recommendations, ways to relax and things to give you a little mental health boost! This is what we are here for and we can’t wait to share it with you.

What is The Wonder Collection?

So what can you find inside The Wonder Collection? At the moment we have four sections, but plan on expanding on that as and when we feel there is a great reason to. Currently we have The Wonder Self-Care Journal, The Wonder Mix Tape, The Wonder Bookshelf and The Wonder Sketchbook. You’ll be able to find out more about each section below and when we will be releasing them.

How Does It Work?

To begin with The Wonder Collection is going to be a little sparse, but that is because of how the collection will function.

We will be asking everyone at The Wonderment, anyone that Guest Authors for us and people we work with, whether that is through interviews, reviews or charities or mental health professionals, to add to The Wonder Collection. We want this to be a collaborative endeavour that will just continue to grow and allow you, our readers, to access at anytime for inspiration, enjoyment or perhaps a little direction.

The Wonder Self-Care Journal

the wonder self-care journal
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pink books tied with some garden twine

A selection of self-care activities that are the go to indulgence for our contributors to feel a little bit happier, whether that is their physical, mental or emotional wellbeing that needs a lift.

Self-care really can be anything from eating good food, spending time with friends, or getting creative. So, we are expecting the journal to be packed full of a wonderful variety of things that you could try!

The Wonder Mix Tape

The wonder mix tape
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a birghtly coloured retro cassette tape with the strip hanging out spelling the word love

This one is such an exciting prospect. Every person in the world is so different and the music that they connect to will be equally so. The Wonder Mix Tape is going to be a collection of songs that you can listen to through our Spotify playlist!

We do not have many on there right now, but already there is such a fantastic eclectic selection, I can see this being a big hit, (I couldn’t resist)!

The Wonder Bookshelf

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the wonder bookshelf
A bookshelf with a potted plant and miniature house in pastel and muted tones

Many of us on Team Wonderment are avid readers and have a diverse collection of books both read, and to be read. The idea behind The Wonder Bookshelf is to share that love of reading. Do you have a book you just love reading, or one that resonated with you? Us too and that is what we would like to share.

If you can’t think of what to read next, why not have a browse through our (virtual) shelves and see if there can be some inspiration found there.

The Wonder Sketchbook

the wonder sketchbook
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an open sketchbook with two hands drawing faces, pencils and bulldog clips are dotted around

We tried to come up with a mindful activity that anyone could do, that helps your mental health in various ways and is totally accessible to everyone. Drawing was the answer!

Now, not everyone we ask will want to contribute here and we are thinking of possibly adding The Wonder Book, a collection of poems and short stories to add a little variety.

That’s a very quick rundown of what to expect, we will be releasing each individual collection over the coming week, you can look out for it here and would also love it if you want to get involved. Would you like to contribute to the collection? Leave us a comment below or tag us on TikTok, Instagram, Threads, Facebook and Twitter. Everyone is welcome!

About Author

Erika is bright, bubbly and friendly. Studying to be a counsellor, she is committed to helping others in the pursuit of better mental health. Having suffered from mental health issues herself including severe anxiety and PTSD, she wants to show others that the light at the end of the tunnel is not just a cliché!
Erika enjoys spending time with her little one, friends and family, crafting, reading, writing, music gaming, cooking, creating art, cacti and llamas.

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