Have you ever wanted to keep a journal, but somehow you couldn’t bring yourself to open your favorite notebook and start filling the pages? Many people are intimidated by the blank page, but even more people start writing a journal and soon realize that their entries are becoming repetitive, so they eventually give up. How can these two problems be avoided? Believe it or not, there is a solution. There is a book that can literally help you keep a creative, thoughtful journal for a whole year: “365 Journal Writing Ideas” by Rossi Fox. Curious about how it works?
“365 Journal Writing Ideas” contains huge lists of journal writing prompts (365 prompts to be more exact, one for every day of the year), weekly actions that will help you vary your routine and try new experiences, ideas, thought-provoking questions, and over 400 quotes. Yes, over 400 quotes! Can you imagine that? Who doesn’t love quotes? I know I do…
This book is perfect for those who have always wanted to keep a journal but didn’t know how to go about it. Maybe you want to record your happiest moments so you could always go back to read them and relive them. If you ask anyone who has ever kept a journal, they will tell you that the best thing is that you can rediscover yourself through it. It’s nice to read it after several years and realize how much you’ve changed, how far you’ve come. “365 Journal Writing Ideas” will make sure you turn each of your journal pages in a meaningful record of your thoughts, feelings, memories, experiences and goals. After you finish writing it, it will be like reading a novel of your own life.
I’m also thinking how helpful this book would be to aspiring writers, or writers who are suffering of writer’s block. These prompts and quotes will give them creative ideas and help them start writing. It’s impossible not to be inspired by questions such as: “tell me about an adventure you would like to have,” or “what would you do if you knew you could not fail?” Just imagine the possibilities… and you can always write anything that crosses your mind in your journal and not be afraid that someone might it, because the author comes up with an awesome, practical solution to make sure no one will ever be able to read those pages. But you’ll have to get the book to find out about it.
If the idea of keeping a journal appeals to you, then I strongly advise you to get this book. It will help you choose a good notebook for your future journal, it will organize you and challenge you to write about things you’ve probably never thought about before.
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