Inspired by the wand-wielding, crime-fighting magical girls in your favorite animes and mangas, The Magical Girl’s Guide to Life teaches you how your self-care journey starts by uncovering the magical girl within.

With fun exercises, journal prompts, and personality tests, you’ll quickly learn everything you need to know about your magical girl self, including your magical girl name, what type of power you possess, and what cute companion will perfectly complement your magical girl journey. Once your magical girl identity is locked in, you’ll learn how to take on the world and continue your self-growth by:

  •  Discovering your magical girl gang
  •  Punching fear in the face / defining your monster
  •  Developing your magical girl beauty routine
  •  Finding love after fighting crime
  •  And More!

With gorgeous illustrations and entertaining animated characters, The Magical Girl’s Guide to Life reveals how self-love, sisterhood, and magic go together. Perfect for fans of anime and manga like Sailor Moon, Cardcaptor Sakura, and more!

I was kindly sent a copy of The Magical Girl’s Guide To Life by Ulysses Press, in exchange for an honest review.

This book is adorable, uplifting, and utterly magical. It spoke to my inner child on a whole new level, and honesty, I can’t think of anything more suited to my personality when it comes to self-help books. 

I’ve tried reading self-help books many times, but I’ve never clicked with them. I just didn’t get it. But this book was wonderful, and it made self-help enjoyable, fun and relaxing. 

If you grew up watching Anime, W.I.T.C.H or Winx Club, this book will 100% make your day. 

Jacque Aye has created an amazing and beautifully unique book, and I would recommend it to anyone who is in touch with their magical side.

If you’re looking for a self-help book that doesn’t feel preachy, or intense - you’ve come to the right place! Jacque does an amazing job at making you feel like you’re talking to a friend, and not a therapist. One of the things I struggle with when it comes to reading the average self-help book is the fact that they feel heavy, and make you feel as though you have to do a lot of work to work on yourself.

The Magical Girl’s Guide To Life isn’t like that at all; it’s creative, fun and engaging, and it makes working on yourself so much less daunting.

I’d definitely recommend you pick this up and give it a go, who knows what magic you’ll discover!