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Let your creativity flow with these journals

 

Journaling is not only an outlet for creative expression, but also a source of stress relief and a break from cellphones and other technology. Journals go far beyond the basic everyday diary—these babies can be as creative as you want, and some are even themed in order to allow you to express yourself in new ways you never have before. Tap into your creative side and maybe even discover something new about yourself with the help of these amazing and innovative journals.

Goal Journal

 

Do you love to plan out your every move? Do you have something you want to achieve—and you know all the steps it will take to accomplish it? If so, the Goal Journal is ideal for you. It provides space for you to record your goals and all of the necessary moves it will take to get there. It even lets you pencil in rewards to keep you determined to achieve your goals.

Staples, $15.

The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal: A Five-Year Record

 

This journal takes a lot more commitment than the others, but it is well worth it in the end. The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal: A Five-Year Record gives you space to document one sentence describing your day. It is easy and quick to do, which makes it ideal for people who are looking for a faster way to journal. You can write down the best thing that happened to you that day or scribble down a simple happy memory from the afternoon. After five years, you will have a written account of your days over the years to look back on.

Barnes & Noble, $17.

Do One Thing Every Day That Inspires You: A Creativity Journal

 

Feel inspired every day with Do One Thing Every Day That Inspires You: A Creativity Journal. Let your creativity go beyond any boundary. Use the space in this journal to unleash your ideas. By the end of its use, this journal should leave you feeling more inspired and more in touch with yourself than ever before.

Barnes & Noble, $9.

Dream Journal

 

With the help of Dream Journal, you can write down your dreams when you wake up in the morning and interpret what their meanings are. Make sure to keep your dream journal handy near your bed with a pen or pencil for right when you wake up, then reflect on each night’s dream and look back at your collection of dreams any time you want. It is perfect for all of the dreamers in the world.

UncommonGoods, $15.

Create Every Day Pocket Journal

 

Never forget any of your unique artistic thoughts with the Create Every Day Journal. Its tiny size makes it perfect to fit in your pocket or purse, so it is there any time you need to quickly jot down your sudden creative inspiration. Take this pocket journal with you everywhere you go to never miss a spark of creativity again.

Barnes & Noble, $9.

Wreck This Journal

 

Wreck This Journal takes a much different approach to the average journal. You will follow prompts that encourage you get messy and creative. You may be instructed to rip pages or paint all over them. But it all leads to you finding a different way to express your artistic abilities. The name is very fitting as that is what you will actually be doing.

Barnes & Noble, $12.

Which journal is your favorite? Do you journal?

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by Megan Holt | 6/17/2016
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