The “Disrespectful” Health and Wellness Journal
Covet: The “Disrespectful” Health and Wellness Journal invites you to unapologetically bring sass, attitude, and edge to the world of personal reflection. If the cover and title haven’t yet convinced you that this series is untraditional and meant to expand the face and voice of health and wellness, the content will. It is a robust, guided, three-month journal that invites you to check in with your entire self—self-confidence, self-value, goals, habits, and more. Created for women by women, it considers the seasons you travel through, from menstruation to menopause, for example. We live in a beautiful world riddled with tough realities and unjust systems that impact our bodies and influence what happens in them. Covet recognizes this through its respective monthly themes, gratitude prompts, and “dirty word” quotes. In a society that encourages us to be respectable—even at the cost of our self-esteem, mental health, and physical wellbeing—we’ve carved out a space for you to vent about “daily sh*t.” This journal makes room for all of your mess—for you to show up vulnerable, angry, loud, and imperfect—so that your health and wellness experience can be authentically yours, clearing a path that truly honors you.
292 page hardcover
ABOUT THE AUTHOR - Sagashus T. Levingston PhD
Sagashus T. Levingston is a doctor, author, entrepreneur, educator, and speaker. She completed a doctorate in English from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, with a distributed minor in African-American Studies, rhetoric, and women’s studies. As someone who has spent a lifetime working to overcome weight, self-esteem, and mental health struggles, Covet is the book she always longed for. Unable to find it, she created it. Sagashus hopes that this guided journal reminds you of your power, makes you feel celebrated and seen, and helps you achieve a lifetime of results as you stay the course on your health and wellness journey. Originally from Chicago, Sagashus resides in Madison, Wisconsin, with her six children, partner, and dog. There she founded Infamous Mothers, LLC, a company that creates solutions to inspire bad moms who do extraordinary things.