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Follow the undated daily journal writing prompts & weekly actions in this book to fill your journal to the point of bursting. Filled with memories, self-reflection, ideas, inspiration, creativity, experiences, achievements, gratitude, short stories, photographs, goals and direction. Unlock the potential of your journal and enjoy some time for yourself. Inside you will find Follow the undated daily journal writing prompts & weekly actions in this book to fill your journal to the point of bursting. Filled with memories, self-reflection, ideas, inspiration, creativity, experiences, achievements, gratitude, short stories, photographs, goals and direction. Unlock the potential of your journal and enjoy some time for yourself. Inside you will find: JOURNAL WRITING TIPS & TRICKS. Learn how to beat the blank page to start your journal writing practice, how to make the time to write, how to organize your journal/diary, find ideas on how to add visual interest to your journal, a collection of alternative journal prompts, a photography challenge checklist and more. 365 JOURNALING PROMPTS & QUESTIONS. Enjoy a years-long guided journal writing course for self exploration through daily writing prompts. To help you use your journal/diary as a place to remember where you have been (memoir), appreciate where you are now (gratitude) and decide on where you are going (goals). Not only helping you gain clarity, closure and purpose but also resulting in your very own mini memoir or life journal keepsake. Mixed in amongst the reflective journal writing questions are creative writing prompts, light hearted questions and short story writing idea generator tables to help get your creative writing juices flowing and to have some fun with your journal. 52 WEEKLY ACTIONS. Feel like you are stuck in a bit of a rut? Looking to boost your self confidence by expanding your comfort zone? Or do you want some new experiences to write about? Along with your trusty journal, complete one action each week over the 365 days to make the next 52 weeks of your life just that little bit more interesting. For example: Week 30 - Send someone a gift without them knowing it is from you. Report back to journal. ***BONUS***OVER 400 QUOTES. A quote collection of over 400 quotes and proverbs ordered by subject, from adventure to writing. To be used as an extra source of inspiration, wisdom and starting points for your journaling practice. After all, who doesn't love a quote collection? IS THIS JOURNAL WRITING BOOK FOR YOU? Are you intimidated by the blank page? Is your journal writing becoming repetitive? Are you looking to find some direction and start setting goals? Are you a writer or blogger who wants to knock the wind out of writer's block? Have you found it difficult maintaining a journal writing practice? Do you want to create a record of your life in a life journal? Are you looking for a creative outlet? Do you enjoy creative and short story writing? Do you feel a need to clear out and process some mental clutter? Have you built up a collection of blank journals because you are scared of ruining them? Have you googled ‘how to write a journal?’ or ‘how to write a diary?’ but still don’t know where to start? If so, this book is for you. Let's get journaling... NOTE: The journal prompts & actions in this book are not dated so you can start from journaling prompt No.1 & weekly action No.1 at any point in the year. You can also pick and choose the prompts at random if you are looking for an occasional resource to help beat writer's block. NO KINDLE? NO PROBLEM. You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books, you can buy 365 Journal Writing Ideas today to enjoy it instantly on the FREE Kindle app for PC, Mac, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry. So you could use this book with your journal to do some journaling curled up in bed, on your lunch break at work, at a coffee shop or even learn how to journal at the beach (lucky you). 10% of proceeds from 365 Journal Writing Ideas are donated to The Make-A-Wish Foundation.


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Follow the undated daily journal writing prompts & weekly actions in this book to fill your journal to the point of bursting. Filled with memories, self-reflection, ideas, inspiration, creativity, experiences, achievements, gratitude, short stories, photographs, goals and direction. Unlock the potential of your journal and enjoy some time for yourself. Inside you will find Follow the undated daily journal writing prompts & weekly actions in this book to fill your journal to the point of bursting. Filled with memories, self-reflection, ideas, inspiration, creativity, experiences, achievements, gratitude, short stories, photographs, goals and direction. Unlock the potential of your journal and enjoy some time for yourself. Inside you will find: JOURNAL WRITING TIPS & TRICKS. Learn how to beat the blank page to start your journal writing practice, how to make the time to write, how to organize your journal/diary, find ideas on how to add visual interest to your journal, a collection of alternative journal prompts, a photography challenge checklist and more. 365 JOURNALING PROMPTS & QUESTIONS. Enjoy a years-long guided journal writing course for self exploration through daily writing prompts. To help you use your journal/diary as a place to remember where you have been (memoir), appreciate where you are now (gratitude) and decide on where you are going (goals). Not only helping you gain clarity, closure and purpose but also resulting in your very own mini memoir or life journal keepsake. Mixed in amongst the reflective journal writing questions are creative writing prompts, light hearted questions and short story writing idea generator tables to help get your creative writing juices flowing and to have some fun with your journal. 52 WEEKLY ACTIONS. Feel like you are stuck in a bit of a rut? Looking to boost your self confidence by expanding your comfort zone? Or do you want some new experiences to write about? Along with your trusty journal, complete one action each week over the 365 days to make the next 52 weeks of your life just that little bit more interesting. For example: Week 30 - Send someone a gift without them knowing it is from you. Report back to journal. ***BONUS***OVER 400 QUOTES. A quote collection of over 400 quotes and proverbs ordered by subject, from adventure to writing. To be used as an extra source of inspiration, wisdom and starting points for your journaling practice. After all, who doesn't love a quote collection? IS THIS JOURNAL WRITING BOOK FOR YOU? Are you intimidated by the blank page? Is your journal writing becoming repetitive? Are you looking to find some direction and start setting goals? Are you a writer or blogger who wants to knock the wind out of writer's block? Have you found it difficult maintaining a journal writing practice? Do you want to create a record of your life in a life journal? Are you looking for a creative outlet? Do you enjoy creative and short story writing? Do you feel a need to clear out and process some mental clutter? Have you built up a collection of blank journals because you are scared of ruining them? Have you googled ‘how to write a journal?’ or ‘how to write a diary?’ but still don’t know where to start? If so, this book is for you. Let's get journaling... NOTE: The journal prompts & actions in this book are not dated so you can start from journaling prompt No.1 & weekly action No.1 at any point in the year. You can also pick and choose the prompts at random if you are looking for an occasional resource to help beat writer's block. NO KINDLE? NO PROBLEM. You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books, you can buy 365 Journal Writing Ideas today to enjoy it instantly on the FREE Kindle app for PC, Mac, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry. So you could use this book with your journal to do some journaling curled up in bed, on your lunch break at work, at a coffee shop or even learn how to journal at the beach (lucky you). 10% of proceeds from 365 Journal Writing Ideas are donated to The Make-A-Wish Foundation.

30 review for 365 Journal Writing Ideas: A year of daily journal writing prompts, questions & actions to fill your journal with memories, self-reflection, creativity & direction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Annmarie

    I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book through a goodreads giveaway but that did not influence my decision to give this book 5*s. It is absolutely full of ideas, tips, tricks and prompts to get you writing. It covers such a diverse selection of ideas and topics that you could not possibly be unable to find something to get you started. I am one of those irritating people that buys a new journal every year because it has a pretty cover. In fact, it entails an annual shopping trip during th I was lucky enough to win a copy of this book through a goodreads giveaway but that did not influence my decision to give this book 5*s. It is absolutely full of ideas, tips, tricks and prompts to get you writing. It covers such a diverse selection of ideas and topics that you could not possibly be unable to find something to get you started. I am one of those irritating people that buys a new journal every year because it has a pretty cover. In fact, it entails an annual shopping trip during the week between christmas and New Year because surely everybody knows you should start a journal on January 1st, right? (or maybe that's just an odd quirk of mine). And, you can't buy just any! No, it has to look, feel and of course 'smell' right. I even go all out and buy a new pen specifically to use. But come New Years Day... nothing! NADA! Zilch! Brain Fart... I sit staring at that first page with good intentions but get absolutely nothing wrote down and my poor journal is placed on the top shelf of my bookcase along with the others from years gone by, left all alone, abandoned and forgotten about. Well, 2014 is going to be different :o) It is going to be the year where I finally buy a new journal and pop its cherry! and this book is going to be the reason. like I mentioned earlier it is full of useful information and some of the prompts to get you started really are thought-provoking. By this time next year I am hoping my copy of this book will be a little dog-eared because I intend to use it often. And if all that wasn't worth the 5*s then the selection of quotes most definitely hit my Achilles heel. If you enjoy writing in any form but sometimes struggle with writer's block - do yourself a favour and buy a copy!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hirdesh

    Wonderful ! Glorious ! ! Captivating ! ! ! Highly recommended for beginners ! ! ! ! ! It's another Guide Book for Journal writing. I've been Enthusiastic while reading and noting down lovely points. It consists of thems: - # Tips & Tricks. # 365 Prompts for journal. # Weekly Plan actions. # Beautiful quotes. Wonderful ! Glorious ! ! Captivating ! ! ! Highly recommended for beginners ! ! ! ! ! It's another Guide Book for Journal writing. I've been Enthusiastic while reading and noting down lovely points. It consists of thems: - # Tips & Tricks. # 365 Prompts for journal. # Weekly Plan actions. # Beautiful quotes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    TiffanyJane

    I checked the mail everyday, even though Goodreads says 4-6 weeks. It only took a week! I was excited. I do not want to damage the book at all. haha. But I'll take it out when I have the right journal to use. I should have went and bought one while I waited. But it's a good thing that I didn't. In the book, it lists the things you'll need when you start. Now I'm searching for the perfect journal that has a lot of pages and is small enough to fit in my bag. My bag can fit a normal sized book, lik I checked the mail everyday, even though Goodreads says 4-6 weeks. It only took a week! I was excited. I do not want to damage the book at all. haha. But I'll take it out when I have the right journal to use. I should have went and bought one while I waited. But it's a good thing that I didn't. In the book, it lists the things you'll need when you start. Now I'm searching for the perfect journal that has a lot of pages and is small enough to fit in my bag. My bag can fit a normal sized book, like 365 Journal Writing Ideas, and my wallet and a whole bunch of other things ladies stuff in their bags. But when I did finally received the book, I scanned through it. It contained some pretty cool prompts, activities and inspiring quotes. I am very fortunate to have won this book because it will keep me intact with writing. See, I've decided to take a year off from school. Yeah, I know, it sucks seeing friends start their first day of college. Here I am, at home doing chores, reading and being lazy. Not only will I treat it like a journal, but think of it as essay prompts. Though I do not want to stress myself out trying to perfect a prompt. It'll keep me busy. I'm very excited to start a journal!!! (Again) p.s. I have started a journal two, maybe three years ago and I only used about ten pages out of two hundred pages. Way to go, Tiffany. *Note the sarcasm.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. It arrived with a hand-written postcard from the author, and a cute set of magnetic page markers. I really enjoyed this book, and plan to once again attempt journaling. I have tried a few times over the years, and never got beyond a few entries. This book has lots of helpful tips for getting started and sticking with it. There are suggestions for adding items to your journal, and suggestions for when you feel intimated by the thought of starting a I received this book from a Goodreads Giveaway. It arrived with a hand-written postcard from the author, and a cute set of magnetic page markers. I really enjoyed this book, and plan to once again attempt journaling. I have tried a few times over the years, and never got beyond a few entries. This book has lots of helpful tips for getting started and sticking with it. There are suggestions for adding items to your journal, and suggestions for when you feel intimated by the thought of starting a new journal. I really liked the photography challenges and weekly actions. The writing prompts were unique and I think they would be great for inspiring creative journal entries. Quotes are mixed in throughout the book, and also compiled by topic at the end of the book. This book would be a nice gift for someone as well.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bridgett

    There are mixed reviews on this book, and I bought the kindle version of it to help me get past my fear of a blank page and learn to write daily. I haven't used the prompts yet, but I feel they will be useful. The book does what it says it will do, but like others have said, you can find these online for free with a little effort. I just didn't want to put in the effort. I preferred getting the book and having everything available without research. I do however feel that the book is a little clu There are mixed reviews on this book, and I bought the kindle version of it to help me get past my fear of a blank page and learn to write daily. I haven't used the prompts yet, but I feel they will be useful. The book does what it says it will do, but like others have said, you can find these online for free with a little effort. I just didn't want to put in the effort. I preferred getting the book and having everything available without research. I do however feel that the book is a little clunky, and could have been organized and written better. There is a page per prompt which will make the book longer when printed. I think they could have been listed and condensed onto fewer pages and this would work just as well, if not better. I wouldn't pay very much for this book because it really isn't worth it, in my opinion. There are others out there much better. Nothing new here. It was thrown together to make a quick dollar.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    A Strange and Random Assortment This book is so strange and random. Journal writing prompts that aren't always journaling at all. (A great many are list making or short story writing.) Then it also has a 52 week plan with things like cleaning out your closet, dining alone, or rating your body (that one made me mad). You also have a list of photo prompts for a photo challenge, but some of the 52 actions involve these photo challenges, too. And then a list of random quotes that you can easily find A Strange and Random Assortment This book is so strange and random. Journal writing prompts that aren't always journaling at all. (A great many are list making or short story writing.) Then it also has a 52 week plan with things like cleaning out your closet, dining alone, or rating your body (that one made me mad). You also have a list of photo prompts for a photo challenge, but some of the 52 actions involve these photo challenges, too. And then a list of random quotes that you can easily find on Good reads. One journal prompt used the zodiac calendar and I'm not into that. #136, #206, and #241 were all missing the chart to select and make a short story. A lot of picture and collage stuff. I just found this very scattered, not insightful, and not helpful.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Prentice

    Great ideas the book has many great ideas for those of us scared of the blank page. I would recommend this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Devon Flaherty

    It is true. My review of Rossi Fox’s 365 Journal Writing Ideas is not without its problems. The truth is that I am working on a similar project for Owl and Zebra Press, titled The Beginner’s Journal. I’m sure that project and this particular journal will have plenty of overlap, but only because we have a similar aim and many things about both products are intuitive. I bought 365 Journal Writing Ideas because The Beginner’s Journal was not finished but I needed something for home school. My son is It is true. My review of Rossi Fox’s 365 Journal Writing Ideas is not without its problems. The truth is that I am working on a similar project for Owl and Zebra Press, titled The Beginner’s Journal. I’m sure that project and this particular journal will have plenty of overlap, but only because we have a similar aim and many things about both products are intuitive. I bought 365 Journal Writing Ideas because The Beginner’s Journal was not finished but I needed something for home school. My son is as reluctant a writer as he is a reader, so I try to keep some of his writing time light by requiring a daily journal entry. Since we are full-on home school this year, I thought it would be nice to have a journal prompt handy for each day, and then just open up his blank book and instruct him (again!) that I want to see three full sentences before he doodles. Looking online (which is where I did most of my curriculum research) I came across this lesser-known, self-published journal prompt book. It looked like just what I needed. And it exceeded my expectations. Let’s set one thing straight. This is not a place to actually journal. It is a journal companion. So you still need something–like anything from a spiral-bound notebook to a leather-bound, hand-pressed paper sketch pad–to actually journal. This book, however,will get you where you need to be when staring at the blank page that you just paid good money for. It’s also not meant for writers, as many prompt books are. Only rarely will it say something like, “Finish this idea with a short story.” It’s mostly more what journals are supposed to be like: introspective. About you. A little random. A little creative. And it is not going to record your life, like an old planner. You won’t look back on day 200 some year in the future and go, “Oh! It was sunny that day. And John and I left for Slovenia! And look, they had the audacity to serve fish on the flight!” Unless you make it a point to record those sorts of things each day yourself, you are mostly going to have entries with more general introspection. My dream was to be a trapeze artist?!? But let’s move on from what it isn’t, because this journal prompt book packs a lot in and has a lot to offer. First of all, it is flexible, which means you can use it several different ways, which also means you could use it for two or three times 365 days. (365 will almost definitely play out to more than one year for you. Not many people are disciplined enough to journal every single day, come rain or shine, ER visits, flus, or snow days, let alone general laziness.) The book is broken into sections, which are: Tips and tricks Encouraging quotes (throughout the book) 365 writing prompts (the meat of the thing) 52 weekly actions 400 thought-provoking quotes Create-your-own prompts section A year-long photography challenge If you are feeling especially intense this year, you could do a prompt per day, along with an action per week and a photo challenge per week (printing them out and taping them in as you go). You’ll need to set aside some real time, though, because some of these prompts require more brain-power and/or creativity than others, and the same could be said for the actions. If you have a gaggle of small children or are in a physician residency or have a job on Wall Street, you might want to stick with an audio journal or maybe something like Wreck This Journal (because you just can’t go wrong with the release destroying a journal can provide). The book is neat and tidy, straight-forward, friendly, professional-looking… there’s nothing bad to say about it. Obviously, I think this is a great tool for exactly what it advertises. You want to journal this year but you’re not sure where to start each day? Or are you an old hand at journaling but you want an outside prompt this year? Well, until The Beginner’s Journal publishes ( 😊 ), this is a great place to start. ***REVIEW WRITTEN FOR THE STARVING ARTIST BLOG***

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christi-Ann Pierantoni

    Good concentrated by editing errors This book is good for getting ideas on how to journal and what to journal about. Unfortunately, this book was poorly proofread. Using 'colour' and 'color' in the same paragraph, and awkward sentence structure betrays one of two things: the author is not a native English speaker and just used an English sounding name, or offering the book for free didn't allow for paying a proper editor. If you can get past that, however, this book is full of good starting point Good concentrated by editing errors This book is good for getting ideas on how to journal and what to journal about. Unfortunately, this book was poorly proofread. Using 'colour' and 'color' in the same paragraph, and awkward sentence structure betrays one of two things: the author is not a native English speaker and just used an English sounding name, or offering the book for free didn't allow for paying a proper editor. If you can get past that, however, this book is full of good starting points for journal entries.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    There is a lot more in this book than just writing prompts and thought-provoking questions! I love journaling, but sometimes I just need a little motivation to get my thoughts flowing and this book is perfect for that. I also really love the creative writing prompts provided in this book. No matter what you want to write about, there is something in this book to help motivate you. Such a great resource that anyone who wants to write more would benefit from having. Highly recommend it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    J Crossley

    This is a wonderful resource. The author begins by explaining everything you need to know about journaling. There are then 365 journal prompts. Then there are 52 weekly prompts. These are ideas to think about and work into your week. There are photography prompts. There is a large section of quotes organized by topic. I am using this to help me when I draw a blank during my daily journal writing.

  12. 5 out of 5

    SharkEyes (Sabine Taylor)

    I appreciated the free Kindle Unlimited read of this. Not a book format, but lists of many- 365- journal prompts. It was a welcome book to help inspire me to write, and I thank the author. Cheers, Sabine Taylor

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kaylee Dolat

    Quite a few prompts in here were very well thought out. I especially like the short story prompts that you randomly choose three elements from the charts. I will be using several of these prompts on my characters to strengthen their development in my storylines.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Griffin

    This has some really great prompts. I plan on starting a daily journal next year and I'll probably use these. I'm going to look into some more. This has some really great prompts. I plan on starting a daily journal next year and I'll probably use these. I'm going to look into some more.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ненад Јованов

    This book has motivated me so much to the point I started writing my own journal. It gave me big and creative ideas and helped me a lot! Recommendation for everybody who wants to start journaling =)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mauricio Portillo

    It was pretty good. I've got some new ideas to create a journal It was pretty good. I've got some new ideas to create a journal

  17. 5 out of 5

    KF-in-Georgia

    Writing prompts, but not bullet journal examples, which is really what I was looking for.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Helen Kokkinakis

    nice guidelines nice guidelines to journaling for beginners. not very original though. anyway, again, it is a helpful read for beginners in journaling.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Olson

    I've kept a journal on and off for a long time, but wanted to get into a regular habit, so I downloaded this book for my ereader. This book has a lot of interesting and sometimes unusual prompts to get you started, although I thought some of them could have had a little more substance. Also, I work as an ESL teacher in China, and teach a lot of oral English classes. It's often difficult to come up with new and interesting conversation topics as the semester goes on. I found many of the prompts i I've kept a journal on and off for a long time, but wanted to get into a regular habit, so I downloaded this book for my ereader. This book has a lot of interesting and sometimes unusual prompts to get you started, although I thought some of them could have had a little more substance. Also, I work as an ESL teacher in China, and teach a lot of oral English classes. It's often difficult to come up with new and interesting conversation topics as the semester goes on. I found many of the prompts in this book could be easily adapted into free talk questions and speaking activities for language classes.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I have just received my book, and started reading it, and just love the personality of Rossi. It has made me laugh out loud and want to get right to the journalling. I know I am absolutely going to love spending the next year journalling alongside the prompts, ideas and humour of Rossi. Thank you so much for the wonderful adventure. :) I am grateful and honored to be a Goodreads winner of the book. I look forward to extending my journaling with this book. Thank you.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I haven't done it yet but I have the e-book and going through I can tell this gonna be an amazing and fun journey for me. The writing prompts , the photo prompts, photo challenge . This will help myself and others think outside the box when it comes to journaling . Everyday will be different and it won't be where one is writing the same boring junk. If you are looking for some "you" time journaling is the way to go with this book as your guide . I recommend this 200% . I haven't done it yet but I have the e-book and going through I can tell this gonna be an amazing and fun journey for me. The writing prompts , the photo prompts, photo challenge . This will help myself and others think outside the box when it comes to journaling . Everyday will be different and it won't be where one is writing the same boring junk. If you are looking for some "you" time journaling is the way to go with this book as your guide . I recommend this 200% .

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christa

    I thought this book would be good for getting me into journaling and doing creative stuff again. At first I thought it was pretty great but after just a couple of weeks the prompts started getting very repetitive. Not 365 journal writing ideas so much as 5-6 ideas requested over and over and over again.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Charissa

    This book isn't bad. It's just for beginner diarist. For people that do not know where to start. It could also be used if you are stuck and need help for a prompt. I am sad to said that it wasn't for me. I couldn't relate to it. It really disappoints me because this has been one of high hopes. This book isn't bad. It's just for beginner diarist. For people that do not know where to start. It could also be used if you are stuck and need help for a prompt. I am sad to said that it wasn't for me. I couldn't relate to it. It really disappoints me because this has been one of high hopes.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    There were many interesting suggestions for journaling ideas, but I actually enjoyed asking the questions to my family and having a discussion. It's a quick read and a nice reminder to slow down and notice life. There were many interesting suggestions for journaling ideas, but I actually enjoyed asking the questions to my family and having a discussion. It's a quick read and a nice reminder to slow down and notice life.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Fei Chua Li Ting

    Not very effective. The prompts doesn't compel me to keep writing. I try to keep up with it but quickly lose interest near the end of January. Decide to forgo this writing as I'm already doing another form of creative journaling which I find to be better suited for me. Not very effective. The prompts doesn't compel me to keep writing. I try to keep up with it but quickly lose interest near the end of January. Decide to forgo this writing as I'm already doing another form of creative journaling which I find to be better suited for me.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Darcy Mantai

    Tried doing this on my IPad, too cumbersome to do, so I gave up, going to buy a real nice journal in the new year and try again

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeni

    basically the same journaling prompts found in most books ...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shanu

    review at the end of the year 2016

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ietrio

    If you feel the need to write a diary, you write. If you don't, well, you don't. So why have a book on this theme? If you feel the need to write a diary, you write. If you don't, well, you don't. So why have a book on this theme?

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Very helpful in giving ideas when you have brain freeze for blog posts.

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