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to Match Your Personality

Burn After Writing (Pink) by Sharon Jones

Burn After Writing (Pink)

Sharon Jones

For the introvert who wants to keep their secrets to themselves or the Tiktoker who’s a bit tired of sharing everything online

Burn After Writing is a journal that will help you spend less time scrolling and more time self-reflecting. Through incisive questions and thought experiments, this journal helps you learn new things while letting others go. It will push you to reflect on your past, present, and future, creating a secret book that’s all about you and just for you.

This is not a diary, and there is no posting required. And when you’re finished, you can toss it, hide it, or Burn After Writing.

Create Your Own Calm by Meera Lee Patel

Create Your Own Calm

Meera Lee Patel

For anyone who’s feeling a bit overwhelmed and anxious after the last two years

Create Your Own Calm is filled with thoughtful and beautifully illustrated pages that are a safe space for reflection and self-acceptance, giving you the freedom to move forward with more clarity and joy. It’s filled with inspiring quotes from great thinkers and writers, engaging journal prompts with plenty of room to capture your thoughts, and dozens of Meera Lee Patel’s gorgeous illustrations.

This book is a calming breath of fresh air and a quiet space to reflect in a hectic and uncertain world.

My Crystal Journal by Judy Hall

My Crystal Journal

Judy Hall

For anyone who loves crystals, whether you have a collection of ten or 10,000

Crystals have been used for millennia to heal and bring balance, their stable and unchanging energy pattern helping to provide harmony in our lives. The Crystal Journal is your personal guide to incorporating the power of crystals into your everyday life.

Starting with 20 essential crystals, this book details their unique qualities and provides plenty of guided journaling space to reflect on your experiences as you work with each one.

The Daily Stoic Journal by Ryan Holiday, Stephen Hanselman

The Daily Stoic Journal

Ryan Holiday, Stephen Hanselman

For the person who has an old soul and always wants to learn from history

A beautifully designed hardcover journal that features space for morning and evening notes, along with advice for integrating ancient philosophy into our 21st century lives. Each week readers will discover a specific powerful Stoic practice, explained and presented with related quotations to inspire deeper reflection and application, and each day they will answer a powerful question to help gauge their progress.

For anyone seeking inner peace, clarity, and effectiveness in our crazy world, this book will help them immensely for the next year—and for the rest of their lives.

Wreck This Journal: Now in Color by Keri Smith

Wreck This Journal: Now in Color

Keri Smith

For the creative who wants a project that doesn't need to be perfect or who wants to take up journaling but without lots of writing

Welcome to an all new-edition of Wreck This Journal, now in spectacular full color! Inside, you'll find prompts for painting, shredding, transforming, and unleashing your creativity. With a mix of new, altered, and favorite prompts, Wreck This Journal: Now in Color invites you to wreck with color: mixing colors to make mud, letting chance dictate your color choice, weaving with brightly colored strips of paper, and more. 

What colors will you use to you wreck your journal?

Me, You, Us by Lisa Currie

Me, You, Us

Lisa Currie

For the extrovert who likes doing everything with a friend or the couple who want to get to know each other better

This is a creative space for you to share with your friends or a loved one. Just flip to a random page and use the prompts to jot down whatever silly thoughts or sweet memories pop into your brain.

Write fortune cookies to each other! Decide on your perfect theme song! Brainstorm ideas for your matching tattoos! You can fill out each page with a different friend, or complete the whole book with a special someone.

And the best part? You’ll also end up with an amazing time capsule to look back on!

The Time-Block Planner by Cal Newport

The Time-Block Planner

Cal Newport

For anyone who has a hard time focusing and can't seem to ever mark anything off their to-do list

Time blocking's core idea is that a task list is not enough to make the most of your limited time. You should instead partition your working hours into blocks assigned to specific activities. In doing so, you can more easily protect hours for deep work, while batching shallow tasks into efficient sprints.

You already know what work really matters. The Time-Block Planner will help you push aside distractions and focus on accomplishing more of these deep efforts than you ever thought possible.

The Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll

The Bullet Journal Method

Ryder Carroll

For the person who already has ten empty journals and wants to use them to get organized

Starting with a pen and paper, you’ll not only learn to organize your tasks, but to focus your time and energy in pursuit of what's truly meaningful to you by following three simple steps: track the past, order the present, and design the future. 

Whether you’re a frustrated list maker, an overwhelmed multitasker, or a creative who needs some structure, The Bullet Journal Method will help you go from passenger to pilot of your own life.

Story of My Life by Sunny Morton

Story of My Life

Sunny Morton

For the nostalgic journaler who wants to make sure their life is recorded for prosperity and loved ones

The Story of My Life workbook makes recording your life easy: Simply follow the prompts to preserve memories from your entire life. The book includes sections on parents, siblings, childhood, high school, career, and adulthood. There’s also space to note vital statistics about yourself and immediate family members as a genealogical record.

This workbook includes fill-in pages with thought-provoking prompts, interactive pages for family and friends to record their stories, and much more.

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