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15 December 2010

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domestikate

Lovely idea! I keep a 3 beautiful things journal but really like the idea of being able to look back over previous years' entries so easily.

erin

I don't know how I missed that post! What a great idea.

I recently started a "5 Good Things" journal, where I write 5 good things that happened to me that day. I write them just before going to bed and it has helped my mood tremendously!

I should start this one, too- I love a good project. My problem with regular journals is that I could write and write and I feel like I need some boundaries in order to find the time to keep a journal. So far, so good.

Sasha Holloway

I love this idea .. and I might even borrow this "with credit of course" .. I LOVE LOVE THIS

Amanda

I love this idea! I featured it on my site today! Come grab my NEW button - it's so pretty! :) Hope you have a blessed day!

Amanda
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Anya

I saw this last week too! I've made two of them - one as a gift and one for myself. It's so cute. I'll share a picture soon ;)

Greg Bulmash

It also makes an inexpensive Christmas gift. :-)

KatieJ

What a wonderful, do-able idea!

Michele H.

this is a brilliant idea. i have this notebook that I write things down in but I always forget where I put it...this project however would be perfect for me.

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