Donna Louise Hay, the founder of the GozenGirls book club for self-development titles, has branched out by creating a subscription box.
Subscribers to Wildwoman will receive a monthly box containing self-help books as well as “an array of self-care treats” such as stationery, crystals and affirmation cards.
Hay said she set up the subscription box because books helped her with her mental health challenges. “As someone who has suffered with common anxiety disorder and a sustained period of grief, I found books to be the cure for me. Books have always helped me out of some of the most difficult and darkest times of my life, without the words on these pages to inspire and empower me I truly believe my own journey could have been very different.”
Subscribers will also be invited to join GozenGirls to connect to other women and talk about their journeys of self-discovery.
“Since the GozenGirls community started to grow and I began to share my own thoughts about some of my favourite non-fiction books, I saw the opportunity to develop a subscription service that women from across the world could join in with,” said Hay.
The first box contains Hungry for More by Mel Wells (Hay House) and is available for pre-order online, priced at £30 plus postage.
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