Knock Knock Self-Help Smorgasbord Activity Book

August 29, 2014 - Comment

Knock Knock’s magnanimous commitment to self-improvement (of others) continues with an activity book that lets you work on yourself in manageable doses. Each week presents a new modality – yoga, scream therapy, etc. – for you to explore and, if necessary, debunk. You’ll never need to suffer the self-help aisle again! Weekly fix-yourself techniques include:

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Knock Knock’s magnanimous commitment to self-improvement (of others) continues with an activity book that lets you work on yourself in manageable doses. Each week presents a new modality – yoga, scream therapy, etc. – for you to explore and, if necessary, debunk. You’ll never need to suffer the self-help aisle again! Weekly fix-yourself techniques include: gardening, unplugging, waking up early, massage, guru consultation, fun exercise, self-medication, and acceptance. At Knock Knock our sensibility is proudly distinct, in contrast to the overwhelming homogenization of committee-created corporate product. We believe that many people are intelligent enough to appreciate wit, wordplay, and conceptual thinking, so we strive not to dumb down as we create. Our customers comprise the impish, the dapper, the droll, and the young-at-heart. On the highfalutin front, Knock Knock seeks to integrate art and commerce by creating original, authentic, non-cynical products. Our inspirations are Charles and Ray Eames and Tibor Kalman, designers who refused compartmentalization and brought intelligence, aesthetics, and creativity to everything they touched. Following are a few things we believe: Ethics and decency are immeasurably important. Whether mass produced or handmade, products should be created with care. Craft is important for the soul as well as the hands and eyes. Humor makes everything better. Not everything should strive to be accessible to the lowest common denominator, or any common denominator, for that matter. Despite the rise of the screen, much that is interesting and innovative can be done with printed matter, though paper should be recycled whenever possible. Good should be rewarded. Problems should be discussed and resolved. Mistakes should be admitted and learned from. Common sense is uncommon. Ego is annoying. Turn signals should be used.

Product Features

  • 52 Ways to fix yourself one week at a time with Knock Knock’s Self-Help Smorgasbord, an activity book as refreshingly smart and savvy as you are
  • Each week offers a new self-improvement method to sample; gentle prompts encourage sane goal-setting; takes the pain out of personal growth
  • Weekly techniques include gardening, unplugging, waking up early, massage, guru consultation, fun exercise, self-medication, acceptance, getting enough sleep, acupuncture
  • Offers an eclectic buffet of life-improvement methods broken down into easily digestible chunks; 112 page paperback book has lay-flat binding and a ribbon page marker
  • Packed with useful information, factual tidbits, and engaging prompts, this practical workbook gives even the most cynical of self-help explorers all the good advice they’ll ever need

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