The Five Year Journal: A Book Review

The Five Year Journal: A Book Review


By Catie Gosselin

The 5 Year Journal


by Doreene Clement

Published by DKC Enterprises Ltd.


Ordering Information from Barnes and Noble

There are many types of journals on the market nowadays. Go into any book store, and you will face an entire wall of dream journals, affirmation journals, prayer journals, quotation journals and more. The books range from the hand-held variety, sumptuous leather-bounds, or brightly colored volumes sporting inspirational messages for each day. What sets The 5 Year Journal apart from others is that it takes journaling to the next level.

The organization of The 5 Year Journal allows the process of journaling to occur within a reflective context; adding a dimension of meaning absent in traditional journaling formats. Monthly, quarterly and yearly reflection areas allow the journaling to put experiences within context, identify patterns and compare perceptions over time.

The 5 Year Journal is more than a volume for cataloging daily routines. It is a tool for goal setting, self-exploration, and reflection. Its pages include areas for notation as well as thought-provoking quotations. It is a well organized tool for novice or experienced journalers alike.

About the Author:

Catie Gosselin is founder/editor of WomanLinks.com. She is a freelance writer, a homeschooling mom of two, and an avid fan of laughter, cats and chocolate (not necessarily in that order).

Order Information

The 5 Year Journal can be ordered from Barnes and Noble by Clicking Here.

Read an excerpt with year end questions from the 5 Year Journal Here!


 
 
 

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