Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Journal 10+ 2013 Edition, Review and Giveaway, Ends 11/28/12



As you know, I was delighted to review Journal 10+ a few months ago.

I love it.  I use it daily -- to jot down something I saw or heard, a phrase that struck my fancy, a note to Mike or Morgan.  It's so versatile and so handy.  At home, it sits on my desk.  When I go out, it does with me. (I bought a cover for it!).

As 2012 comes to a close, it's time for the 2013 Edition of Journal 10+ to makes its debut!



Yes, I received one!  This will likely be a gift to someone who also likes to journal.  Not saying who's getting it -- that would be telling! :)

I do know it makes an amazing gift.  Imagine being able to look back 10 years on your daily life -- words are powerful, even the simplest words.  They trigger memories.  I love that -- to be able to look back -- whether it be smiles or tears -- there is nothing more comforting than remembrance of days passed.


Just scribble down a few sentences each day and, before you know it, you have a decade of memories and observations at your fingertips! Each "daily page" of the Journal 10+ offers room to write about one day - March 6th, say - every time it comes around from 2013 to 2023 (start any time in 2013). What fun to compare what was happening in your life on any given day as the years go by. The subject matter is totally up to you...record what you do or how you feel, what you eat or what you read, financial data or medical notes, local weather or world events - be creative! This convenient personal volume also offers sections for long-range planning, monthly overviews, addresses and phone numbers, and special dates. Bound in a durable leatherette cover, this unique diary will quickly become a treasured possession.

*Takes just 5 minutes a day
*No pressure to fill a blank page
*Builds over time into a family memoir
*As you make each entry you see what was happening on that day in previous years
*Re-reading triggers memories of people, place and events otherwise forgotten
*Captures personal and family development and milestones





The wonderful folks at Journal 10+ have generously offered one of my readers the chance to own a 2013-2023 Journal of their very own!

Just follow the instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

Open to USA only.  One entry per person per email per household, please.  All entries will be verified.

DISCLOSURE:
I received a 2013 Journal 10+ for the purpose of this review.  I received no monetary compensation.  The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the item.


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36 comments:

Rina Lee said...

I love that there are 10 years worth of pages, what an incredible way to document a decade.

eclairre said...

I like that it has two bookmarks to keep my place.

Dani said...

Besides the 10 years at a glance, I love that it's only a couple of lines per day. That's not intimidating.

Heather R said...

I like that there isn't any pressure to fill a blank page

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Heidi V said...

I like the Insurance renewal
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Megan said...

I like that it only takes 5 minutes a day!

Debra Guillen said...

I like the ease of Use:
Just two minutes a day is all it takes to preserve your memories (Debra L. Guillen)

Growl Tiger said...

I like that its short enough to seem doable

danw78704 said...

like the ease of use, twitted this today, 16/11
http://www.twitter.com/myspotme

Lee Black said...

I just love that it's 10 years of memories in one place, and so easy to write down a few lines a day!

Marthalynn said...

I love that you can look back and remember little things you would have otherwise forgotten!

danw78704 said...

twitted this today, 17/11
http://www.twitter.com/myspotme

Heather! said...

I love that it keeps things streamlined so you only need to jot things down for two minutes a day! LOVE this journal!!

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steve stone said...

the 5 minutes a day is cool and the bookmarks.
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BzzAgent KaciOhio said...

I like the address book, it can be used as a journal, organizer, planner, record keeper, I really really love this. A journal with so much to do inside, you can literally keep your whole life planned in here.
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ape2016 said...

I like that it is a great way to quickly document your life each day for 10 years

Stephanie Larison said...

I love the book marks!

danw78704 said...

twitted this today, 19/11
http://www.twitter.com/myspotme

danw78704 said...

twitted this today, 21/11
http://www.twitter.com/myspotme

katklaw777 said...

I like that it Takes just 5 minutes a day.

MizVickik said...

I like the carryover pages!
Miz Vickik

Alison said...

I love the idea of looking through multiple years in the same book.

Kendra Warstler said...

Takes just 5 minutes a day

Judy B. said...

It holds up to 11 years of entries and has a phone/address section. I would just have to make sure I did not lose it!

Diane52 said...

Great to have 10 years of info in one place
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amanda whitley said...

i like that it holds up to 11 years of notes and memories in a single volume

maryjaco1 said...

It records 10 years worth.

Susan Smoaks said...

i like the looking ahead feature
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kathy pease said...

I like the address and telephone entry

Melinda Bele said...

I like that it's 10 years worth of records!

Melinda Bele said...

I like that it's 10 years worth of records!

Darlene webb said...

I love that you get 10 years in it, and there is just enough room to note the important things.

AEKZ2 said...

I like that you don't feel pressured to write a whole page

daveshir2005 said...

I like that it's 5 minutes a day

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like tha you can record 10 years of memories. garrettsambo@aol.com

Sarah Yurga said...

the ability to look back over the years

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