Do One Thing Every Morning to Make Your Day: A Journal (Do One Thing Every Day Journals) (Diary)

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365 quotes and prompts to help you put your best foot forward at the start of every single day--part of the bestselling Do One Thing Every Day journal series.

Just like breakfast is the most important meal of the day, what you do when you first wake up is important for setting the tone of the day in terms of mood, motivation, and overall wellness. Do One Thing Every Morning to Make Your Day is the best way to start every day to live a happier, healthier lifestyle.

This guided journal offers a quote and a prompt or activity for every day of the year, encouraging you to do one thing every morning to get in touch with yourself, your loved ones, or your community. It's non-dated so you can start on any morning you like. Daily doses of mindfulness from famous writers, athletes, musicians, entrepreneurs, and others will inspire you to make self-care a part of your morning routine.

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: 9780593137468
ISBN-10: 0593137469
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: December 1st, 2020
Pages: 368
Language: English
Series: Do One Thing Every Day Journals

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