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Ed. Obsession: A daily diary under $20

 
 
Confession: I wish I kept a diary. In the digital age, it’s hard to find the time (and a good pencil!) to sit down and write a daily entry. Enter the 5-Year Memory Book: one line a day, for five years. I can probably find a minute to do one line, right? From the big things to the banal, imagine how fun it’ll be to flip back through five years of life. Pretty crazy. Not to mention, it comes in a pretty package. 

 

 

 

Every Day: A 5-Year Memory Book, $17, anthropologie.com

 

Do you keep a diary? Tell us in the comments.

 

 

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