You Goal, Girl

A Goal-Setting Workbook

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Write With Me

to Keep What Matters in Mind

by Vanita Oelschalger

Create Your Me Movement

An Empowering Guided Journal for Girls

by Patricia Woostercreate me.jpg

The Painted Art Journal

by Jeanne Oliver 36859373.jpg

After a BookishFirst sneak peek preview:

What an amazing inspiration to launch your creative spark and journal your story! Less concentration on the supplies and more focus on the process is a fantastic push for those who have been held back too long on “rules” and perfection. Your story doesn’t have to be perfect and it can be for your eyes only, if that is what you wish. Create and let your soul play freely!

If you’ve been feeling stuck in place and don’t know how to begin the process, this is an excellent guide to get you going. If you’ve been feeling like you need permission or that you must tell it exactly as it was, rest easy, because your story belongs to you, and you alone. You can present it any way you want it, even purely fantasy!

Find Your Awesome

 A 30-Day Challenge to Fall in Love with Your Playful, Imaginative & Colorful Self 
by Judy Clement Wall

This adorable journal is filled with delightful illustration and plenty of space for you to create your own responses to the challenges or simply color in the doodles through


out. It’s SO important for us to take care of our own selves before we try to take care of the rest of the world, and each of these self-love challenges reminds us of that.

and if you like to color, check out this part of the author’s website:

I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

questionsQuestions for Life Two Year Guided Daily Journal for Intentional Living by Jessica A. Walsh

Things I liked about this journal:

  • the two-year format of this journal with identical questions a year
  • spaces to record what you were grateful for and what your happiest moment was for each day

Things I didn’t like about this journal:

  • too large, yet not a lot of space to record your thoughts (if you prefer wide-ruled notebooks to college-ruled ones, the space provided won’t be an issue for you)
  • a lot of the questions weren’t all that deep (or maybe I’m just being snobbish)

I received this book for free through a  Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review

Collage This Journal

collage.jpgCollage This JournalEleanor Shakespeare

This journal is FILLED with fabulous prompts and pages waiting to be filled with your clippings/drawings/anything you want!

I can’t wait to get started!!!

I’ve already decided some pages won’t be nearly enough room, so I’m using those as inspiration for even bigger projects to go in a separate scrapbook.


More info here.  About the author.

I received this book through Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.

Life-Changing Magic

spark joy

Life-Changing Magic: A Journal

by Marie Kondo

This little 3-year journal begins with an introduction inviting you to consider each item/activity/person in your life and determine how each sparks joy for you.

If something does not bring you joy, is there a change you can make so that it does?  Otherwise, why is it still in your life?

Sprinkled with little bits of  inspiration throughout, this journal will get you thinking and remind you to hold gratitude for what sparks joy, and inspire you to improve or remove what does not.

I received this book through Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.

Design the Life You Love

design.jpgDesign the Life You Love: A step-by-step guide to building a meaningful future by Ayse Birsel

This workbook/journal/sketchbook/scrapbook is magnificent for anyone desiring change in their life or even just wanting to clarify their goals and values!

Ayse takes you through a deconstruction and reconstruction process with a design perspective toward building the life you want, the life you love in a unique and powerful way.

I received this book through Blogging For Books in exchange for an honest review.