Keeping a journal is not an easy task, most of us neglect to write in it daily like we should. But there’s a new breed of journals and diaries that make writing your every day memories easy, fun and even therapeutic!
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“The Q&A a Day Journal shows you what was going through your head each day—for five years of your life. Simply turn to today’s date, answer the question at the top of the page, and when you finish the journal, start over. As you return to the daily questions again over the years, you’ll notice how your answers change (or don’t)!”
A simple fill-in journal full of prompts for filling in your favorites, firsts, lasts, and notes-to-self.
“Picture of Me offers an engaging way to answer life’s most basic question: “Who am I?” Fill in these entertaining, thought-provoking prompts to celebrate who you are, where you are in life, and all the things that make you unique. “
“The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal helps you to make a fascinating and revealing time capsule of the next five years of your life. Simply turn to today’s date, reflect on the quote at the top of the page, and jot down just one sentence (perhaps about something good that happened that day). This daily ritual is highly do-able and provides a striking sense of accomplishment, and as the years go by you can see how your entries evolve. “
“FU offers readers more than 60 activities to scribble, rant, and vent whenever they need release some tension. Featuring fun and hilarious exercises, like making a list of favorite swear words, casting a spell on the most annoying person they know, or turning a journal page into spitballs, this book is the perfect way to keep readers from freaking out on their boss, ex, fellow drivers, or anyone else who ticks them off.”
“Wreck This Journal, an illustrated book that features a subversive collection of prompts, asking readers to muster up their best mistake- and mess-making abilities to fill the pages of the book (and destroy them).”