Aimed at women from 12-30, this handbook is a blueprint for life which urges all young women to find their own individual truth. To become a girlosopher, you need: an open heart and mind; a direct and honest approach; a strong vulnerability; an ornate simplicity; and a ruthless compassion. A new philosophy for girls, girlosophy is intended to help you take charge of your destiny and your practical life by giving you the spiritual, emotional and practical means to achieve your full potential. "Girlosophy" represents and depicts real girls from all over the world, emphasizing physical health, intellectual and emotional balance, individuality and natural beauty.
Anthea Paul has worked Internationally as a stylist, trend forecaster and market consultant, photo editor, ski patroller, creative director and art director. She has produced a photo shoot at Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion, has seen the dawn of New Year's Day at Stonehenge, dressed (and undressed) Kate Moss and other supermodels backstage at fashion shows, has channeled the vibrations in Sedona, Arizona, once traveled Route 66 from NYC to LA and back in a U-Haul truck, glimpsed Jah in Negril, Jamaica, has skied back-to-back winters in search of the ultimate powder snow, lived in New York through the nineties -- and survived. In 1999 Anthea returned to Australia to live on Sydney's northern beaches. She is the founder and CEO of girlosophy, the soul survival company and
Highly Commended in The Colour Symphony Best Designed Illustrated Book category of the 2000 APA Design Awards.
Country of Publication
A soul survival kit
Place of Publication
St Leonards NSW
Allen & Unwin Academic