Do One Thing Every Day to Simplify Your Life: A Journal (Do One Thing Every Day Journals) (Diary)

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365 quotes and prompts to help you get rid of what's inessential and focus on the important aspects of your life--part of the bestselling Do One Thing Every Day journal series.

Clutter is not just what you trip over, or paw through looking for your glasses or car keys. It's a state of mind. This journal offers 365 prompts and inspiring quotes that will help you clear your space, inside and out, including "Write about an important thing that turned out to be simple today and a simple thing that turned out to be hard today," and from Socrates: "How many things can I do without?" These thought-provoking questions will help you declutter various parts of your life so that you can uncover what is truly important and worth keeping.

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: 9780593232941
ISBN-10: 0593232941
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: December 14th, 2021
Pages: 368
Language: English
Series: Do One Thing Every Day Journals

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