NOTES TO MY FUTURE SON by Catie Gett
NOTES TO MY FUTURE SON by Catie Gett is a book of notes for all women and for men who love women
 
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NOTES TO MY FUTURE SON by Catie Gett is for all men and for women who love men.

109 notes
15 full colour illustrations
152 pages
100 GSM
double gated 300 GSM cover
recycled, sustainable stock with vegetable dyes
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A BOOK OF NOTES FOR ALL MEN AND FOR WOMEN THAT LOVE MEN

‘We do not need to teach men emotional intelligence, they are born with it. We need to stop forcing them to unlearn it’. Our new book has been written to celebrate young men. Written for them, their parents and us all. A book of words we wish every child could know about their incredible value in this world, as they become our future.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Catie Gett is a successful Clinical Naturopath, practicing for the last eight years, after graduating from a Bachelor of Health Science. During which time she has opened the celebrated nominal-waste wholefood shop, The Staple Store. Built an organic following of 38,000+ followers on social media channels, including Instagram and Facebook. Crowdfunded and self published (almost) the women’s health initiative ‘Notes To My Future Daughter’. Organised and presented dozens of sold out lectures and workshops. Contributed to The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Design Files, MPavillion, The Holistic Ingredient and many more. Collaborated and consulted on numerous menus through out Melbourne including Joost Bakker’s Brothl. And raised a beautiful little daughter Scout.

Catie takes five things very seriously; being a mama, health promotion and education, feminism, the environment and her font choices. She uses clever and empathetic creative writing to reach a wide range of demographics. Educating people about wellness, preventative health, integrative medicine and food as medicine. As an environmentalist she is passionate about wholefood eating, reduced waste foods, local provenance and organic agriculture.

Catie lives in Melbourne with Scout, a pile of laundry, a half eaten piece of cold buttered toast, an enviable muesli collection and her well loved Macbook Air.