Want to ignite your creativity, boost your gratitude, and skyrocket your happiness in ten minutes a day?
This creative and motivational book invites you along as I discovered the Happy Journal method. And it doubles as a guide so you can start your own happy journal.
Have you struggled with finding the good in your life? Do you want to be more creative but can’t seem to find the time?
There’s a part of you that wants to express yourself. You want to look back on the happy memories you’ve made.
You aren’t going to leave out your personal journal for people to flip through any time soon. And though gratitude journals are great, they tend to be lists of words. Again, not much to look at. Or remember.
But a happy journal?
A happy journal’s premise is you drawing images to describe what brings you joy, so you end up illustrating your life. And I can guarantee when you look back on those sketches a year or ten years from now, you will feel happiness fill your heart.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but those miniature drawings are worth a million.
Happy Journal, Happy Life proves you don’t have to be an artist. You don’t have to have kept a journal for years. If you can write your name, you’re already half-way there!
Learn how to:
– Notice the little things that make up your beautiful life
– Combat negative mindsets that will kill your happy journal before it starts
– Start your own happy journal with a couple of supplies
– Pass on the gift of a happy journal to your children and friends
Get motivated by this guide, and you will see your happiness, joy, and gratitude multiply.
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When Jennie Moraitis was a little girl, she started an art club, complete with fees to buy plenty of supplies from the local Pic ‘N’ Save. It was a dream idea—paid-for art supplies and crafts galore! The only problem was her sisters demanded their birthday money back.
Still, the creative bug had bitten, and throughout her life, Jennie has dabbled in a variety of creative pursuits. Writing, doodling, knitting, and painting are a few of her current favorites.
She also loves encouraging other women to make time for their own creative side through her blog, Little Girl Designs.
After reading about an artist retreat online, she set out to create her own personal retreat. She realized that she didn’t have to spend a lot of money to reap the benefits of focused creative time.
Her book, The Creative Retreat, has been read by women all over the world, and she loves to hear how these mini-retreats are making a real difference.
Jennie’s latest book, Happy Journal, Happy Life, chronicles her discovery of the happy journal. The joy she’s found in drawing her day led her to share this simple, but powerful method with the world.