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Are you tired of journaling prompt books where
you get 365+ prompts, each different and unrelated?

Does it bother you to wade through prompts that ask about your "favorite food" or "what would you say to a space alien?" instead of really reaching deep, meaningful, thought provoking writing?

Sometimes, we need to focus on an area of
our life that needs special handling.

Our Journaling Habit e-books do just that. Each book is designed for a whole month of indepth journaling about an area of your life that you'd like to explore and gain insight and wisdom through in your writing.

31 days of prompts, all focusing on a specific topic.

We're certain you will find these writing prompts to be intelligent, truly thought provoking and helpful to your life's situation, whether you are battling an illness, striving to improve your career or developing a healthy lifestyle.

Life is a journey and we believe that one of the best ways to gain wisdom and insight on that journey is through cultivating your thoughts through writing. Taking our invisible thoughts and making them visible helps us to see what is in our minds and hearts. Writing is a tool that helps us keep track of the thoughts and ideas that often stay locked in our subconscious minds.

We hope you enjoy our series, and use it as a tool to grow in
wisdom and strength in the days ahead.

Each Journaling Habit E-book is
divided into 31 days of indepth,
focused prompts to guide you through
life changing events in your life.

This is not just a light hearted diary, but solid, focused writing
about "why" and "how" and helpful prompts to get to the real reasons for the need to meaningful changes in your life, to gain wisdom and reflection.

Journaling Habit E-Books are economical,

available immediately and

a great way to tackle any of life's challenges!




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