Plan, Dream, Reflect Journal
Year-over-year reflection made simple, in a beautiful keepsake package.
This display-worthy journal invites reflection on the past and intention-setting for the future through approachable prompting. Whether you're working on a big creative project, learning a skill, starting a routine, or putting new habits into practice, this journal is a place to begin the next chapter of your journey. Divided into three sections to be filled out over three years, this journal offers annually repeating questions that ask you to assess progress and highlights over the past year and to thoughtfully approach goals and dreams for the year ahead. Begin at any point in the year when you feel most reflective. The following year, you'll answer the same questions and look back on your writing from the past—so that you can see how far you've come, and plan where you want to go. Luxe foil-stamping, elegant block print artwork by artist Katharine Watson, and three ribbon markers make this a pretty and practical keepsake archive of your progress over three years.
ZOOM OUT, REFLECT, and SET INTENTIONS: This journal makes it easy to reflect on progress without the complication of a rigid daily or monthly practice. Just fill out the prompts whenever you feel most reflective during the year. Then at the new year, you can look back on your observations from the previous year, assess your progress, and set intentions for the year to come.
TRACK PROGRESS AND CELEBRATE GROWTH: It's easy to lose sight of progress made in incremental changes. This journal allows you to observe your big-picture growth with simple, annual check-ins.
GORGEOUS GIFT: Shimmering with foil-stamped block-print artwork by Katharine Watson, this journal has the look of a timeless treasure and makes a lovely holiday gift or self-purchase for ringing in the new year. It's also an excellent gift for graduates, creative types, or those who love to reflect but feel daunted by daily prompts.
Goal-oriented, big-picture thinkers, or anyone hoping to become one
Introspective types, artists, and creatives
Holiday, New-Year-New-You, or graduation gift shoppers