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Q&A a Day: 5-Year Journal Diary – November 23, 2010
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I have a few criticisms. Some of the questions are dumb, repetitive, boring to answer, or confusing. However, you will get that with any journal that is attempting to come up with 365 unique questions. A lot of the questions are good, interesting and/or thought provoking. So it is overall a good little journal. :)
It's been wonderful to read see how I got over something or someone I thought I'd NEVER get over, because I now have a written reminder that wounds heal and that "this too shall pass". It's been educational to see the things I've remained firm and unyielding about, because I now have a clearer sense of my value system and authenticity (i.e. what makes me, ME). It's been uncomfortable to see how I didn't grow/improve I in the ways I've needed to, or how certain situations in my life didn't change or turn out as I'd hoped they would. But seeing those realities scattered throughout the journal is helping me realize what I can control and what I can't. And those revelations are motivating to step up and work harder where I do have control, and to finally let go of what I can't.
Yes, there are some silly questions in here and some that don't lead to greater self-awareness or life-changing epiphanies, but I appreciated the variety, because I think I would have found it difficult to answer a deep or self-analytical question every single day. Besides, even some of the trivial questions helped me see how I've matured over the years.
So, if you want a quick and easy way to track your personal development, I think this would be a worthwhile I investment. I've already ordered a new one to start on my upcoming birthday-- so in 2021 I'll have a 10yr self-study.
A few minor issues I have with this journal:
- it is sometimes very difficult to write in the book, depending on what part of the year you are working on
- pen smudges easily on the paper and needs to dry briefly before you close the journal
- the gold edge of the pages scrapes off very easily
- some of the questions don't make much sense or overlap entirely with a previous question