**These journals have imperfections on the cover where some of the blue backing has come away. It is mainly the back covers that are affected. Most are fairly minor and do not detract from the functionality and usefulness of the product. The price is reduced to reflect the damage. The journal you receive will be no worse than the damage examples shown in the product images**
Boost your happiness levels by jotting down the good stuff in your day in this Year Long Gratitude Journal. Taking a couple of minutes to jot down three good things about your day has been proven to raise your base happiness level and keep it up.
With 52 undated pages for your weekly gratitude practice, this journal will last you an entire year, and you can start it whenever you like. Recognising that there were at least a few good moments in even the hardest days might sound simple but it has a great impact!
Your gratitude moments could be as simple as having ten minutes peace with a cup of tea, finishing an important task on your to do list or having a enjoyable family dinner together.
There is no right or wrong way to fill in this notebook, you just need to look for the good in your day, it will be there somewhere!
Each page has space for you to write a week's worth of gratitudes with seven 'Today I am thankful for…' sections, and space to jot down what you appreciated the most at the end of the week.
With 52 undated pages for your weekly gratitude practice this journal will last you an entire year, and you can start it whenever you like.
Add the Weekly Reflections Journal to your order for the perfect positivity set.
The perfect bound journal has 56 printed recycled paper pages and the cover is thick, recycled card.
Each A5 notebook measures approx 14.5cm x 21cm.
All the green gables recycled stationery is designed and printed in the UK.
Your notebook will reach you in perfect condition in a compostable cello bag inside a padded envelope.
Love this item. I brought it before and for others as it is so amazing
Bought the imperfect journal, but was practically perfect