Do One Thing Every Day to Change the World: A Journal (Do One Thing Every Day Journals) (Diary)

Do One Thing Every Day to Change the World: A Journal (Do One Thing Every Day Journals) By Robie Rogge, Dian G. Smith Cover Image
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365 inspiring quotes and prompts for anyone who aspires to be more politically active, environmentally friendly, or socially conscious--part of the bestselling Do One Thing Every Day series.

"In a gentle way, you can shake the world." --Mahatma Gandhi


Activism is on the rise. Consumers, shareholders, employees, students, and many other social groups want to get involved with political, environmental, and social issues. Do One Thing Every Day to Change the World is the ideal tool for turning those ambitions into positive change.

This guided journal offers a quote and a prompt or activity for every day of the year, encouraging readers to do one thing each day that makes the world a better place. Daily doses of energizing inspiration from famous writers, athletes, musicians, entrepreneurs, and others invite readers to take a stand for what they believe in and work for change.

About the Author


Robie Rogge is a New York City-based packager who has created many successful guided journals and novelty products for Clarkson Potter and the Museum of Modern Art.

Dian G. Smith is a freelance writer and reading specialist.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780593135075
ISBN-10: 0593135075
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: March 31st, 2020
Pages: 368
Language: English
Series: Do One Thing Every Day Journals

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