I’ve been writing about my passion for using a journal quite a bit recently. I have even had a few people say that I have inspired them to start using a journal of their own, and that makes my heart so happy!
But what if you feel like you are way too busy to keep a journal? Or maybe you just don’t know where to start.
As a solution, I’ve made up a list of some great books for you to check out that might help give you a little help in finding the time to make using a journal part of your day.
Most of these would make good companions to your daily planning, and a lot of them have short and quick exercises that you can do. Many of them can even happen right in the book itself! There are so many wonderful options out there, and if you are looking for a little inspiration, I’ve got you covered.
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This is one of my favorites. It is an interactive journal that contains beautiful images and hand lettering. It will help inspire you to become self-motivated and show your creative side a little love.
HOW TO BE HAPPY (OR AT LEAST LESS SAD) A CREATIVE WORKBOOK
THE HAPPY BOOK
WRECK THIS JOURNAL
THE LIFE ORGANIZER: A WOMAN’S GUIDE TO A MINDFUL YEAR
This book gives you a more in depth way to explore your needs and dreams by using daily prompts and strategies. It isn’t a fill in the blank type book, and helps you delve a bit deeper. It is a wonderful guidebook to use as a companion to your daily planning.
CREATIVE DOODLING & BEYOND: INSPIRING EXERCISES, PROMPTS, AND PROJECTS FOR TURNING SIMPLE DOODLES INTO BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART
DOODLING FOR CAT PEOPLE
Here is one just for doodling fun. This is an entertaining way to experiment with ways of drawing furry friends. Yes – they have a dog book too 🙂
MY BOOK ABOUT ME
I hope at least one of these might be a fun tool to pair with or help you to start using a journal. Do you have any favorite books about journals? If so, I would love to hear about it in the comments.