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The Ultimate Guide to Journaling

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The Ultimate Guide to Journaling is now available through Amazon.

I’m so excited to be able to share this as I’ve gained so much from my own journaling and poured everything I’ve learned and experienced along the way into this book. It contains over 100 suggestions and prompts for journaling, as well as discussions around the best time to journal, what to use, and the frequency. Early feedback is really positive, here’s what two readers had to say on Amazon:

Journaling is been something that I’ve wanted to start doing for several years, but I could ever muster the motivation to sit down and actually start. When I started reading The Ultimate Guide to Journaling, I was really impressed and overwhelmed by the sheer amount of inspiring prompts and exercises which made really excited to sit down and explore my responses. Whether you’re an experienced journaler or somebody who is just starting out, there is useful information in this book for everybody interested in the subject. Highly recommended.

Written with warmth and clarity, the book contains useful information for people new to journaling and those more experienced who might be looking for some tips or inspiration. I loved doing some of the many exercises, finding them thought-provoking and insightful; I very much look forward to trying more!

Definitely a book I shall come back to for journaling inspiration many times in the future.

That’s so cool to hear, and it’s the whole point of the book: to make journaling as accessible as possible to everyone.

The book is $3 in the US and £1.90 in the UK. Cheaper than the price of a coffee (in the UK anyway), and with more inspiration than you can shake a stick at.

If you’d like to find out more click the relevant link below:

On both sites, you can see a preview (click the button labelled “look inside”), which will give you an idea about whether the book is your cup of tea. It’s also available in France, Germany, Spain and Italy (in English) so have a look at your local Amazon site if your’re in one of these countries.

Don’t have a Kindle?

Currently the book is only available through the Amazon Kindle store, and will be exclusively until the end of December. At that point, you’ll be able to purchase the PDF.

If December sounds like too long to wait, you can read the book using the Kindle app. This is available for:

  • iPhone/iPod
  • iPad
  • Android
  • Windows Phone 7
  • Blackberry
  • Desktop (Windows and Mac)

Any questions? Get in touch.

 

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