Tired of losing your amazing ideas in the mess of digital note pads? What about those coiled journals that come to shreds in your handbag? As they say, if it doesn’t flow, let it go. But here’s the thing, it flows. The ideas flow best, haven’t you noticed, when the pen hits the paper. So all you need is a ruled writing journal and a few quality moments to recapture those fleeting thoughts.
Beneath its smooth solid binding, tuck away papers and know where you put them. Dhana’s A5 ruled writing book, gently embossed with the words ‘Trust your Journey’ fashion a smooth gently feminine botanical cover. With ease, you’ll bring the simple pleasure of journaling back to your writing desk.
- Don’t miss the opportunity to jot down your next big idea.
- Know your musings are filed easily in one place.
- Nothing compares to the flow of pen to paper creativity.
It’s the perfect gift for graduation, a new mother, birthday or bon voyage. Easily packed, cleaned and filed, its ruled lines and ribbon bookmark make it a pleasure to use.
Ruled Writing Journal Features:
A perfectly practical addition to your everyday note-taking needs, this journal includes:
- A durable silk-feel finish,
- understated botanical graphic front graphic
- A simply printed Trust Your Journey title
- ruled writing paper
- hardbound and resistant to wear and tear
- contains 96 pages of 100gsm lined cream coloured paper
- black ribbon marker, so you stay organised
- dimensions are 210mm x 148mm (A5)
Journaling for Self-Care
All the goodness of self-care techniques and wholesome ingredients cannot compare to the benefit of exploring -with a journal- deep into your head and heart. That inner child isn’t going anywhere, perhaps the journal is her easiest healthy form of expression.
It’s human nature to complicate our worlds far more deeply than was intended for us in the first place. You’re never too old to spend time in introspection and to grow in new ways. For journal prompts to help you identify what your skin might be telling you and inspiration to heal, see blog post entitled More than Skin Deep.