You can start this new year with a new journal

A New Year begins and so do the resolutions.


I’m sure for a lot of people, not just writers, one of those resolutions is to write. To keep a diary or journal. However, putting your thoughts and feelings to paper can be daunting.

But there’s no need to feel overwhelmed or intimidated.

Writing is made easier with the right prompts and encouragement.

I’ve published a journal to empower and enable you to put those thoughts to words. This little journal provides a jumping off point for that diary you dreamed of keeping. Write daily, weekly or when the mood strikes.

There are two sizes to choose from, 6 x 9 and a pocket edition.

Please hop over to and it out.


Do you journal?

Have you thought about writing in a journal?

Inquiring minds want to know. Leave me a comment and tell me what you think about keeping a journal or diary.

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6 thoughts on “You can start this new year with a new journal

  1. I recently found my first ‘journal’ (called a diary) I wrote when I was 11, Obviously it had been a xmas gift – the first date in the journal was January 1. I wrote in it for the first 12 days. The rest of the diary is blank. I was so disappointed, reading it now. But the last few entries in each day I wrote “Nothing special.” My days were pretty routine back then. :-0
    Now, I write every day, but more fiction than non, except for my blog posts. My blog is a type of public ‘journal.’

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