My Life in Lists by Nicole Barlettano is an illustrated journal full of list prompts. The book is sectioned into past, present, and future-oriented lists. There is a page for each prompt and accompanying lists, and there are 100 lists in the book. There are also some blank illustrated pages at the back of the book … Continue reading Book Review: My Life in Lists
A Guided Mental Illness Journal & Workbook: Build Confidence and Coping Skills by Rebecca Chamaa is aimed at helping people with mental illness to feel better about themselves and the world they interact with. The journal is set up to do a task a day for 60 days, so that you have a steady 2 … Continue reading Book Review: A Guided Mental Illness Journal & Workbook
The Bullet Journal Method: Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future is written by Ryder Carroll, who is the founder of the Bullet Journal® (yes, it's trademarked) and the website bulletjournal.com. Before reading this book, I was vaguely aware that there was an official bullet journal website, but what I learned about bullet journalling came … Continue reading Book Review: The Bullet Journal Method
Revenge of Eve has an idea for an amazing art project to promote healing from child/youth molestation.
The Happiness Diary: Practice Living Joyfully by Barbara A. Kipfer guides you through various self-reflection exercises and prompts to connect with the potential for happiness that already exists in your life. It's designed to be used as a notebook and written in, and each page is beautifully illustrated. I'm always a tad wary of happiness-promoting books/articles, … Continue reading Book review: The Happiness Diary