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Exhale: A Self Care Coloring Book Celebrating Black Women, Brown Women & Good Vibes

Exhale: A Self Care Coloring Book Celebrating Black Women, Brown Women & Good Vibes

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You can’t pour from an empty cup. Give yourself permission to focus on self-care and self-love. It is important for your physical wellness and mental health, as well as for the health of your relationships. This self care coloring book provides 24 beautiful illustrations featuring motivational quotes and women relaxing, reading, journaling, exercising and putting themselves first. It will inspire you and introduce you to ideas that all of us need to practice self care. Grab your colored pencils, markers, gel pens, and watercolors and have fun taking time to finally EXHALE.

  • Premium gloss finish cover design
  • Printed single sided on bright white paper
  • Large format 8.5" x 11.0" pages
  • Moderate to complex in detail

Latoya Nicole Coloring Books

Exhale Self Care Coloring Book

Self Care Coloring Book for Black Women

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Angelina Martin

Love this as a meditative tool🤗

L. Brown
So relaxing

I love my books and pencils. Coloring the pages of women that look like me, and are taking care of themselves is wonderful

Charlotte Napier

I love the books I will be ordering more later

Valerie M.
Received the book as a

Received the book as a gift, and i love it. The read and the relaxing when coloring. Shared your website with family and friends. Looked forward when i could buy and share and will continue to make this book and your other books part of my gift list.
Thank you Sis.

Danielle S.
Love it!

This book is great! I love the details in the pictures! Also, enjoy seeing the many ways of self-care and relaxation! The black women representation is a beautiful touch!

I feel seen. I can't wait to color these wonderful sketches in. I love the simplicity of some of the pages and that the sketches of the women leave space to add your own thing if you like to draw too.