How do you bounce back from adversity, imperfection or just bad days? • My go-to strategy is usually a bath (plus or minus books/chocolate/light sniffling). But I think I might make the Japanese concept of "kintsugi" my new strategy. I was lucky enough to get this #gifted copy of Kintsugi: Finding Strength in Imperfection by Céline Santini @kin@kintsugi_spirit @celinesantiniauteur and published by @andrewsmcmeel, and I love it! Not only does it have amazing illustrations, it explains the concept of outlining broken pottery lines in gold to make an imperfect piece even more valuable than it was before it broke. • If the applications to the human experience aren't obvious enough for you, don't worry ... the book is filled with tons of beautiful quotes, haiku, images and explanations for how to apply this to your own life. I can already tell it's going to be a bedside go-to for me, especially as we're dealing with some tough losses here at home right now. Thank you SO much, Céline ... both for the book and for being a beautiful person I've loved getting to know! • Guys, I seriously can't recommend this book highly enough. Love it love it. Go check it out @kintsugi_spirit.