This book consists of a thought-provoking question that is be answered on that specific day for the next five years. I love the thought of being able to easily look back on previous years’ answers to see how my thoughts changed. It’s an easy way to get started with journaling since only a short answer is needed for each prompt. Some of the prompts are specifically asking about a topic from the Bible and other days are just prompting on a more secular level. The book cover is hardback and contains a beautiful illustration. The gold ribbon bookmark is convenient for keeping your place each day. The book measures four inches by six inches. I wish that it had been constructed in a larger format. While it is nice that it doesn’t take up a lot of room and could easily fit in a bookbag or purse, a larger book would have been easier to write in and would have had more space to record more thoughts. Even with this issue, I really enjoyed flipping through its’ pages with anticipation on starting to journal in it on January 1, 2018.
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