My 5 Year Journal

Q&A A Day journal after seeing Kalel blog about the couples version she got for her and Anthony. I really love the idea of keeping a journal that also works like a time capsule, allowing you to see how much you change each year. I also love that all I have to do is answer one question every day – anything more demanding and I usually end up putting it off or forgetting all together.

The questions in this journal are really interesting…things you wouldn’t normally think to ask yourself, but that you’d really like to look back on and know. I like that I’ll be able to look through this in 5 years and remember random memories and small details from day most likely forgotten. That warms my heart. 🙂

I think this would make a really cute gift for someone embarking on a new chapter in their life, like a graduate or someone moving to a new city or starting a new career. There’s also a couples version (and you could do what Kalel and Anthony are doing and start it on the first day being married – I LOVE that idea!), as well as a version for college students and for kids.

If you could ask yourself the same question once every year, what would it be? I think I’d ask myself what’s currently inspiring me the most. xoxo Mandy

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