Do One Thing Every Day Together: A Journal for Two (Do One Thing Every Day Journals) (Diary)

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The newest journal in the Do One Thing Every Day series is the perfect prompted journal for duos of all kinds to unwind, unplug, and spend time together.

With this journal, couples or best friends can create a time capsule of their relationship. Do One Thing Every Day Together provides a number of prompts, with enough space for two people to jot down a short response. The journal offers a variety of questions; you can answer many individually, though some may address the relationship or suggest writing something about each other. Both of you can see how your answers compare, contrast, and change as you spend time reflecting on yourselves together.

About the Author


ROBIE ROGGE is New York City-based packager who has created guided journals for Chronicle Books and the Museum of Modern Art. DIAN SMITH is a freelance writer and reading specialist. Both have authored the other titles in Potter's best-selling Do One Thing Every Day series.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781524763633
ISBN-10: 1524763632
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Publication Date: September 18th, 2018
Pages: 368
Language: English
Series: Do One Thing Every Day Journals

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