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This is not just a book about how to journal but we read actual journal pages from the author.
The author's quirky insights, delightful pictures, and easy going style make starting and keeping a journal an uplifting experience.
I consider myself artistically-challenged, and this book really has encouraged me to give drawing in my journals a try.
I wanted to like this book, and there are probably some helpful tips in it, but I couldn't get past the repetitive theme of "You might think you suck, but you don't! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sierra
Thought my granddaughter would appreciate an introduction to journaling. She already draws and now she can combine words to tell the "story".Published 6 months ago by Thomas M. Gannon
ive bought books before that were regular size books with a small amount of pages..but I had no idea this was a miniature book..if i had of known id not bought it.. Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. Walker
On a Kindle, the pages are only 2.25 by 3" big. YOu have to tap to enlarge, then close it and tap on the next page to make them big enough to read!Published 8 months ago by Donna Ditusa
This small (shirt-pocket size) book is wonderful. It's like picking up someone's personal, illustrated journal, and reading it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aisling D'Art
Why did I buy this absolutely stupid piece of crap. It's not even a real book. I mean I guess it's cute? I don't know what I was thinking. I might have even thrown it out. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Erika Johnson
A lovely and inspiring little book. Can make the most "ordinary" life seem to be something to be documented and enjoyed.Published 10 months ago by C. D. Phemister
Its a small, palm sized, thin enough to fit in your pocket book on Dan Price veiw on how to make a journal. Read morePublished 12 months ago by S. Chen
The cover of this approximately 4 x 6- inch book shows an illustration in color. The actual text is restricted to black, white and green. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Suzanne Tractenberg