In July of this year, I decided to cut back on writing in this space from weekly to every second week. By doing so, I hoped to make more writing room for my new book project and to ease what sometimes felt like a relentless pace of blogging.
Today I’m making an exception with this extra post, because–well, first of all–I’ve missed all of you!
And now that I’ve cut back, the weekly pace of blogging doesn’t seem so relentless, so I’d love to get back to that some time. For now though, and at least until February 1st, my current book manuscript takes writing priority.
At the same time, I just couldn’t wait to tell you about The Greatest Gift, which is a gratitude journal, scrapbooking kit, and writing guide rolled into one. What makes this so different from other gratitude journals is that The Greatest Gift is a gratitude journal that you make for someone else.
First you think of someone close to you, then you use the kit to design a journal that expresses your gratitude. Everything is included from the hard-cover journal to the gift box and card for your special person, story-telling prompts, border frames, photo corners, stickers, special notes, and more. Just add your own pictures, journal entries, doodles, and creativity to create a uniquely personal gift that’s fun to make and fun to give.
I’m still slowly creating The Greatest Gift for my Special Someone, and savouring the time I spend on it. In that way, it’s really a gift for me too.
For more about The Greatest Gift and to order your gratitude journal kit, see it now at The Greatest Gift–Scrapbooking Gratitude Journal Kit.
As always, my opinions and the choice to review are my own. Thanks to Amir at Habit Nest for sending me a copy.
Writing/Reflection Prompt: Who would you want to create a gratitude journal for and why?
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