Paper Goods: Summer Journaling
Summer is a time when we can slow down, have fun, and reflect upon our life. For those of you who keep journals – be they personal, dream, sketch, recipes, etc. – I thought I’d point out some of my favorites.
One Line a Day
This classic memory-keeper is the perfect way to track the ups and downs of life, day by day. The 365 daily entries appear five times on each page, allowing users to revisit previous thoughts and memories over five years as they return to each page to record the current day’s events.
My Quotable Kid
The things our children say always offer an unexpected glimpse into a world that is all their own. Filled with roomy pages for jotting down conversations or overheard sayings, this handsome keepsake journal also features a bound-in photo window for adding a unique, personal touch. My Quotable Kid will become a lasting record of a child’s most memorable quotes.
One Sketch a Day
Visual journaling is vastly popular, and it’s easy to see why—the practice of daily sketching allows budding artists to capture impressions that might otherwise pass them by, to see the evolution and rhythm of their thoughts and inspiration.
Offering a variety of blank, flexible journals with artwork created by a wide range of artists, one of these journals is sure to stand out.
Wise Red Owl
Featuring the always adorable and ever-wise owls of artist Lorena Siminovich.
Simply sweet and featuring the beautiful garden-inspired paintings of indie artist Clare Rojas.
Featuring the art of Grady McFerrin.
Click here to see our full range of blank journals.
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