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Day by Day Zine

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Day by Day - A Zine about coping with anxiety by student artist Peachythetofu.

Let Peach take you on a journey, one mindful activity at a time. Try out these wellbeing techniques whenever you need.

This Zine has been commissioned & produced by RMIT Creative. Thank you to SSAF for making this possible.

Choose from Day by Day Zine on its own or purchase with the colouring pencils.

📏 Size Guide

Day by Day Zine (cm)


  • Width: 15
  • Height: 21


  • Width: 3.5
  • Height: 10.7

        If you are unsure about a size, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to clarify. Alternatively, you can visit one of our stores to view these products.


        Style: Day by Day Zine

        Product information



        • Recycled Paper
        • Wood casing filled with coloured pigment.
        Pencils case: 
        • Recycled card
        • Plastic


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          To understand our Returns and Exchanges Policy, please read our Terms and Conditions here.

          Australian Orders & Shipping

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          5 - 10 business days

          $9.50 to $22

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          $12.50 to $27.50

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          Care Guide

          To get the most out of your RMIT apparel and products, you should always read and adhere to the instructions on the care label attached or provided as it is specific to the product purchased.

          However, given we know our products and how most people use them, we have some additional tips for you which can extend the life of your purchase even more

          If you are ever unsure about how to care for your item, please get in touch with us!

          .......psssst, it's never a good idea to tumble dry any clothing ;-) 

          Clothing (hoodies, tees, polos, crewnecks, jackets and face masks)

          • Gentle machine wash (Redbacks Varsity, only spot clean with a damp cloth using mild laundry detergent)
            • Under 30°C, cold water preferred.
            • Mild laundry detergent.
            • Washed with like-coloured clothing. 
          • Do not bleach.
          • Cool iron on reverse.
            • Do not iron prints or decorations.
          • Do not dry clean.
          • Do not tumble dry.

          Clothing (caps, knit beanies / scarves)

          • Gentle hand wash only.
            • Do not soak.
            • Under 30°C, cold water preferred.
            • Mild laundry detergent (wool wash for woollen products).
            • Wash separately.
          • Knit beanies / scarves: Gentle squeeze to remove excess wash and lay flat to dry.
          • Do not bleach.
          • Do not iron.
          • Do not dry clean.
          • Do not tumble dry.

          Clothing (silk scarves)

          • Dry clean only.

          Drinkware (KeepCup, Frank Green, thermo bottles, water bottles, bamboo straws, mugs and glassware)

          • Hand wash only (even if it is dishwasher safe)
          • Warm water.
          • Mild dishwashing detergent.
          • Soft cloth or sponge.
          • Do not microwave.
          • Do not put in the freezer.

          Button Battery products (fob watch, calculators)

          • Do not swallow button battery.
          • Keep battery out of reach of children.

          Toys (Bears and Spiders)

          • Do not soak.
          • Surface wash only.
          • Not suitable for children under 5 years of age.

          Bags (garment and reusable)

          • Do not iron.
          • Spot clean only with mild laundry detergent.


          Always refer to your stethoscope owner’s manual for detailed instructions on removing and cleaning parts, and reassembly (if required).

          • Disinfect by wiping with a 70% isopropyl alcohol solution.
            • Do not use hand sanitiser as a cleaning agent.
          • Do not immerse your stethoscope in any liquid.
          • Keep your stethoscope away from extreme heat, cold, solvents and oils.
          • Tunable diaphragms can be removed from the chest piece and their surfaces wiped with alcohol or soapy water.
            • Dry all parts thoroughly before reassembly.
          • Ear tips can be removed for thorough cleaning.
            • Be sure to snap ear tips firmly back onto the ribbed ends of the ear tubes.


          Message from the artist

          I would like to share my personal story as well as tips that can be useful to others. The zine offers visual reminders and invitations for readers to try mindful activities during their day and remember that it is totally ok to just take things one day at a time.

          Find out more about the....

          Creative Wellbeing Program

          We totally get it - uni life can be a rollercoaster of stress, especially when those assignments come crashing down on us. But fear not, because we've got something awesome to share with you! Introducing the super cool Creative Wellbeing Program, exclusively for the talented students of RMIT. Find out more below or click the button to go the Creative Wellbeing Site.

          Creative Wellbeing Program This Way

          Affirmation Exchange

          Now in its the second iteration and currently live at the RMIT Store City Campus, - drop in to the RMIT store and collect some lovely words of encouragement from a fellow student to look at whenever you need a little sunshine. Then, grab one of the black postcards provided and share your own message of support to a fellow RMIT student

          Message from the artist

          Vanessa: "As affirmations can help restructure our mindset and brighten up our days, we would like to create and share a personalized affirmation gift with you. We hope you can find support and encouragement through our exchange project."

          Phoebe: "Sharing affirmations is a simple way of focusing on positivity and positive actions as an antidote to worries and negative self-talk. The connection element is important; it reminds us that we rely on one another, and it reminds us of the importance of our words."

          Oruko Yoruba

          Oruko Yoruba (a.k.a. My Yoruba Name) is a powerful project created by artist, activist and RMIT Biomedical Sciences student, Oluwafolakemi Bolarinwa.

          Explore videos and interactive social media conversations about the experience of RMIT students with non-English names and discover your own Yoruba name!

          Message from the artist

          My full name is Oluwafolakemi and to make it easier for non-Yoruba speakers I go by Kemi. My name and all its variations are full of meaning, which is lost when said incorrectly. This project is an opportunity to share myself and my culture. In this project, you will hear from me and other Yoruba students and even have the chance to receive your own Yoruba name! The amotekun (leopard) is an important motif that I used when developing this project because to Yoruba people, it is a symbol of power, resilience and strength. It might feel vulnerable or embarrassing to admit you don't know how to pronounce someone's name but whenever someone makes the effort to try, we feel respected and valued as part of their community. My hope is that we can all become more like Amotekun and be strong, resilient and respectful to each other.

          Life in Progress

          Gamify your student life with this Life in Progress planner! 

          • Write down your goals ✨
          • Keep track of how you are feeling every day 😀 (we know, it's a bit hard to keeping track of sleep 😴 and exercise 🏀 during lockdown) 
          • Manage your to do list with a progress bar ✅ (remember little progress is still progress!
          • A handy dandy pomodoro timer 🍅 for your study time.
          Play Life in Progress
          Message from the artist

          Hi all, I'm Hsiao Wei Chen but you can call me Michelle. I am a creative practice based researcher, who is co-creating video games about the lived experiences of depression and anxiety as part of my PhD. I am passionate about using video games as a medium to promote empathy and raise mental health awareness. I am also a Batyr Student Executive and Mates Online Engagement representative among other things, where I try to make students mental wellbeing a bit better and feel less isolated by organising online events during these weird lockdown times. I can't wait to show y'all the project I have been working on with my participants (fellow RMIT students) for RMIT Creative Wellbeing Festival.