And you can see my notes for this project were quite extensive. I worked pretty late into the night because I couldn't sleep. These pain meds don't do well for me. I have been using my DoTerra oils and those have been saving me during this whole process.
I wanted a writing outlet where I could share my heart. I didn’t want to answer meaningless questions or not have the freedom to explore it in depth. I searched Pinterest and found writing prompts but it wasn’t what I was looking for. I wanted a way to explore myself, my thoughts, my desire to change. I wanted growth. I wanted a place to see my own handwriting and be able to pass it down to my children. Technology is on the rise and this is becoming a lost art form. Don’t loose yourself in the endless void. Write your heart down. It’s worth remembering. Every dark corner, every brief memory, every weakness. You have the power to change yourself.
Each week I have provided an idea prompt. I have left each day as a way to explore the idea for the entire week. I wanted to provide the freedom to really dig into each response. Look for ways to focus on different ideas within the same idea. There are really no rules. Focus on the positive. There will be some very hard answers, but try to end each day on a positive note. Feel free to research and dig into this. Your answers and research don’t have to own your day. We are all busy, but take five minutes before you start or end your day and focus on growing yourself.
Feel free to art journal, color coordinate, tape, attach photos to your pages. I purposely left the pages without lines because I wanted you to be able to decorate to your hearts content. Look outside the lines.
These will be available on my Etsy shop for $15 for digital downloads. I will not be offering these fully printed. They don't take very long to whip up yourself. Laminate the cover using 10mm lamination and spiral bind this bad boy and you're all set. Stick it in a binder if you don't want to laminate it. Keep in mind that you will be using this for an entire year. Make sure it is sturdy enough to with stand a year's worth of use.