Monday, January 07, 2019

Happy: The Journal Review & GIVEAWAY

Thinking of keeping a journal? Happy: The Journal by Fearne Cotton is a 12-month, daily, write-in journal. It is partially dated with the month and number, for example January 1, January 2 etc. Each day has a thoughtful writing prompt. Each month has a theme. The spaces for writing in are lined. Some sample pages are shown below. Fearne is a passionate ambassador for Mind, an organization throughout England and Wales that promotes healthy minds. I recognize her from UK television. She is surprisingly candid about her own struggles. I've kept a journal before, mostly stream of consciousness, and like Fearne I found it cathartic and revealing. This time I'd like a little nudge. I've decided to work my way through it. The benefits of keeping a journal are many including greater awareness. Ixia Press released the 256 page paperback on December 28, 2018. Get your copy below!


Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1 x 8.2 inches (15 x 2.5 x 20.8 cm)








Happy: The Journal is available worldwide at Ixia Press a division of Dover PublicationsIxia marks Dover's first foray into frontlist self-help publishing in the company's 75 year history. It is named after the South African flower that represents happiness. Check out their unique catalog at Ixia Press. Dover has generously offered to giveaway a copy! One winner will be selected at random. Open until January 21, 2019. Canadian & USA addresses only. Good luck!




28 comments:

  1. I'd love to gift The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity
    By: F. Sehnaz Bac to my niece.

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  2. I would love to get Creative Haven Japanese Prints Coloring Book.

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  3. I think that my son would love the Epic Adventures Puzzle Book

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  4. I love all the puzzle and coloring books

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  5. Love to gift "The Me, Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happiness by Jacqueline Raposo"

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  6. I'm loving the The Big Book of Fairy Tales. It's a beautiful book plus I love fairy tales.

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  7. The Art of Hand-Lettering looks interesting.

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  8. The epic adventures puzzle book looks cool!

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  9. The Way of Being Lost looks so interesting.

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  10. I would love The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity orZen for Christians: A Beginner's Guide.
    @tisonlyme143

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  11. Another book I would like is Mary and Vincent Price's Come into the Kitchen Cook Book

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  12. Happy New Year Deb.Another item I'd like to receive is The Art of Stone Painting.

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  13. a book I would love is .. Little Dorrit

    By: Charles Dickens

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  14. Would give The Me, Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happiness

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  15. I think I'd also like "The Art of Leather Burning: Step-by-Step Pyrography Techniques."

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  16. I would like the natural bath and beauty recipes

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  17. Spa Apothecary: Natural Bath & Beauty Recipes

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  18. I would love to receive Make in a Day: Paper Flowers By: Amanda Evanston Freund

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  19. I would like to get Zen For Christians

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  20. I would like to receive The Way Of Being Lost.

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  21. The Way of Being Lost looks like a book that I would love to have in my library.

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  22. I like Creative Haven Happy Birthday! Coloring Book.

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  23. I would like to receive The Me, Without: A Year Exploring Habit, Healing, and Happiness By: Jacqueline Raposo

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  24. My daughter would really love to have The Art of Stone Painting: 30 Designs to Spark Your Creativity Book!

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