Building the foundations of wellbeing and self-confidence through values – aged 11+

Helping to shape resilient, kind, happy and well-balanced characters.

Endorsed by some of the UK’s leading schools, charities and organisations.

Wisdom While You Work – an engaging journal sharing 100 of life’s most important values to guide and encourage young people.

100 Pages to work with, read or doodle on! 
In class or at home, work together or alone.

Take a look inside…

Bespoke covers for you

The Naval Children’s charity commissioned their own colours and used their logo on the back and inside with their chosen text.

This is a fabulous option and easily done for a minimum of 100 books.

Quotes available, email here with your requests or ring Libbla on 07778 299149


Kind words…

“This notebook is inspirational. Every young person should have one.``

Maxine Shaw, Head of Danes Hill School

“I saw your wonderful notebook today. It is full of good, gentle nudges that will help young people do better work and live better lives.”

Barry Schwartz - Best selling author of “Practical Wisdom”

“The values, observations, quotations and the presentation of them, echo our own positive thinking, self-reflection and an optimistic approach. Westonbirt loves your book!”

Natasha Dangerfield - Headmistress, Westonbirt School

“A great book to show you how to be the best at what you want to be.”

Boris, aged 11

“No one else seems to have cleverly combined a useful day to day note book with life-guiding pointers. WWYW offers a fantastic combination of the two, while standing out from the crowd with its lovely character and charming lessons.”

George, aged 21

“This notebook is inspirational. Every young person should have one.”

Maxine Shaw, Head of Danes Hill School

In the news…

“My journey of not being a mother is instead with 14 Godchildren, 4 nieces and nephews, 3 stepsons and the fabulous children I nannied for. I wrote this journal for all of them”.

The Godmotherly guidance is now selling into schools as a Wellbeing Tool in PSHE, Pastoral Care or as rewards or school prizes.

The topics include health, kindness, honesty, love, enthusiasm , motivation, communication. The messages are short and grounding with advice to help engage and guide young people to improve their interests and shape their characters as positive people.