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Tiny Buddha's Gratitude Journal: Questions, Prompts, and Coloring Pages for a Brighter, Happier Life Hardcover – June 13, 2017
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From the author of Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges and founder of the popular online community Tiny Buddha comes a flexibound interactive journal to help readers creatively foster gratitude in their daily lives.
Even in the hardest of times, we have things to be grateful for. Lori Deschene, founder of TinyBuddha.com, helps us recognize these small blessings with this journal dedicated to thankfulness. Each page of Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal includes a question or prompt to help readers reflect on everything that's worth appreciating in their lives.
Sprinkled throughout this soulful journal are fifteen coloring pages depicting ordinary, often overlooked objects that enhance our lives, with space for written reflection on the page. With Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal, readers will be able to recognize small blessings, focus on the positive, and foster optimism to help them be their best, happiest selves every day.
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Practicing gratitude has been shown to increase happiness, make us more resilient, strengthen relationships, and reduce stress. Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal is an interactive way to spark those elusive moments of gratitude and get us closer to being our best, happiest selves. Complete with thoughtful prompts and questions for reflection, as well as coloring pages depicting often under-appreciated moments, this journal is a daily, active reminder of all the things worth appreciating in our lives.
- Publisher : HarperOne; Gjr edition (June 13, 2017)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 160 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0062681265
- ISBN-13 : 978-0062681263
- Item Weight : 9.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.56 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #65,908 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #159 in Religious & Inspirational Coloring Books for Grown-Ups
- #230 in Art Therapy & Relaxation
- #760 in Meditation (Books)
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Again, GREAT in concept, execution left a LOT to be desired. The publishing company could have remedied all these issues.
I thought this would be a nice relaxing habit at the end of the day. Jot down some thoughts, it prompts you, makes it easier than just making your own out of a plain journal (but you could). And it has some pages I could use my coloring pens to color in. FYI, if the PUBLISHER (and I think it would be the publisher, not author) fixed the cons, I would not only buy again, I WOULD GLADLY pay more.
LIKE the prompts to make you think about your day, your life, a nice gratitude journal.
LIKE there are some pages I can use my art coloring pens on, I find it relaxing, coupled with the pages to muse, write in.
PAPER QUALITY - the pens I am using EASILY bleed thru the paper onto the next page, which means there are colored splotches where you're supposed to write your thoughts.
Yes, I guess if I were just using colored pencils, it wouldn't, but THIS journal touts itself as a journal/coloring book. Many use coloring PENS now, so it's important paper thickness be there to accommodate a pen. And even if this were JUST a journal, I write with uni-ball pens, which go through the paper the same well a colored ink pen does.
STRUCTURE of Journal - It won't lay flat. Which means if I am coloring or writing, I have to have one hand holding down part of it.
SIZE OF PRINT - Yes, I need reading glasses, but even then, the print for each heading could EASILY have been made just a bit larger, most of the pages have quite small print.
PAGES TO COLOR - VERY difficult to color the pages, as the images are bound INTO the spine. Poor planning.
PRICE - I paid about 15 bucks for it, I see it retails for more than that. I wouldn't have paid more than I did and still don't feel worth it. Next time I will just get a journal and write headings in it like this one had.
BOTTOMLINE: Not really sorry I got it on sale, but wouldn't buy it again because of the cons.
By Kenneth Willard on March 11, 2019