Art and Journaling have forever changed the way I experience the world around me. My journey started in university when I received a life-changing diagnosis. After learning I had bipolar disorder and general anxiety disorder, I struggled to navigate the day to day while prioritizing my own mental health. Paired with doctor prescribed treatment and therapy, intentional creation through art and journaling have enabled me to reduce my anxiety, and feel more in control of my mental health. After experiencing my own transformation, I set out to share this with as many people as possible. These techniques won’t magically make problems or diagnosis disappear, but they are powerful tools you can use to manage your mental health every day. -Bonnie Kuhl
Meet Archer and Olive
(our studio mascots!)
Named after my favorite font, Archer rules the household. Our Crowned Prince is shy but every so often, he will roll over and demand a belly rub. He spends his days sleeping, watching birds out the window, and trying to avoid the vacuum cleaner.
Don’t be surprised if Olive licks you after ten seconds of petting; that’s just her way of saying hello. She spends her days sleeping, snuggling, and spilling kibble all over the kitchen floor before making herself at home anywhere even in a pile of clean laundry.