I have loved being a part of the #bloggingforbooks community! The book I choose for this month’s book of the month is a journal that I’ve been so anxious to get! It’s called the Instant Happy Journal by the famous Karen Salmansohn from notsalmon.com and it’s completely going to change my perspective on life.
This bright and colorful journal is all about changing your mindset to think about the positive things in your life-what’s giving you joy, what you are grateful for, and what inspires you. It helps you focus on what’s really important.
This journal is filled with 365 different “happiness prompters” that include scientific studies, motivational quotes, and thought-provoking questions. These prompters inspire you to notice the joy and gratitude in your own life on a daily basis.
I love the idea of this journal-it makes you more conscious of your thoughts and feelings and gives you the space you need to jot down what’s on your mind and get those feelings out and onto paper. It’s so good to let it all out and it helps bring things out into the open so you can focus more on what you can do make your life happier!
There are some seriously great prompters in this journal. Below are just a few of my favorites:
“You can’t control everything that happens to you-but you can control your attitude and how you deal with things.”
“Sometimes you need some time and space alone-except for the company of a bird and a few trees- to sit quietly and try to figure things out.” This one prompts you do to do just that go sit outside and take a moment for yourself.
Word of the Day: Blesson-when you are able to view painful lessons as blessings. This prompter asks you to write down some of the blessings that you have learned from some of those challenging lessons.
365 days of amazing prompters like these above in this little bright and bubbly journal. What an amazing gift this would be for a family member or close friend. I challenge you to buy your own Instant Happy Journal and go on this journey with me.
You can purchase the book on Amazon here.
I was given the opportunity to review this book courtesy of Blogging For Books.