Instagram artist Mari Andrew’s Getting There, the guided companion to New York Times bestselling Am I There Yet?, will help you record your journey to adulthood with words and doodles.
“Thanks to [Mari Andrew’s] brand-new creative workbook, you can explore and reflect on moments . . . that may just lead to creative greatness.”—HelloGiggles
If there’s anyone who knows the trials and tribulations of becoming an adult, it’s Mari Andrew. Her Instagram illustrations that garner the most engagement focus on heartbreak, career changes, and self-discovery. This guided journal captures those universal themes and prompts you to document your own path to adulthood. Explore and reflect upon important moments in your life with Mari’s imaginative prompts and searching questions as your guide.
“Mari’s new illustrated workbook, Getting There, and book of charming life-occasion postcards serve up exactly what we’re looking for from the talented artist.”—The Chalkboard
Mari Andrew is a writer and illustrator from Seattle. In addition to her widely popular Instagram account, her writing and illustrations have appeared on Paste and HelloGiggles. She currently lives in New York City.
Praise for Mari Andrew’s Am I There Yet? “Achingly vulnerable and completely relatable.”—The Washington Post “Equal parts memoir and illustrated guidebook, it chronicles Andrew’s journey through adulthood as she navigates love and heartbreak, professional indecision and success, and personal struggles.”—Refinery29
“Using her artistic skills to illustrate thought-provoking essays, Andrew inspires readers to take the path less traveled in life.”—CNN
“The illustrations . . . are often packed with truths about dating, self-care, careers, and all the secret thoughts you never say out loud.”—Elle
“This uplifting book is filled with essays and illustrations that will fill you with so much hope as you move forward with any big life change.”—Bustle
“Her illustrations will resonate with anyone who has ever had a crush, went on a date, or felt the sting of heartbreak.”—The Independent