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22 Reddit comments about Q&A a Day: 5-Year Journal:

u/LittleElephantMuSan · 23 pointsr/notliketheothergirls

They actually make a whole line of them for adults now! Go to a Barnes and Noble and check out the journal section and the self-help section and sometimes the spirituality section. They are everywhere! They became a thing again when self awareness and mindfulness started becoming a “thing”.

Some examples for anyone that’s into that sorta thing (I personally love them 😅)


Do a Thing A Day

u/salliek76 · 6 pointsr/politics

I think this is it:

It's got the other variations in the "Customers also viewed" links.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Non-mobile: This.

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u/dino_snack · 3 pointsr/suggestmeabook

This is the only thing I know of that may be close to what you are looking for.

u/NorthsideBurrito · 3 pointsr/videos

Diaries? This is one of the reasons I've started journaling. I would highly recommend this Q&A a day book. I only write about a sentence a day and it definitely helps jog my memory.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/pics
u/franklinJK · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I can't make any recommendations about ADHD/ADD but I DO think you should go see a doctor, first and foremost. Aside from that, try to not be so hard on yourself! Us human's have A LOT to learn and many have a learning curve greater than others. That doesn't mean they're dumb or stupid, they just learn and process things differently so it takes a little longer to get the hang of it. It's also important for your mentors, peers and bosses to understand how to work with you to make sure you properly understand how to do a process. I'm not sure what your job is, but maybe you can ask if there's a written guideline somewhere? Or write yourself one to reference when you do it correctly, and make notes of where you frequently make mistakes. For example, I'm really so bad at math and anything with numbers and I just started a job where I have to count out large amounts of money and I literally get so tripped up and embarrassed I can't even think straight. It's been really hard for me, but I'm pushing through and practicing as much as possible.

I know it's hard, but try not to compare yourself to others and maybe even start journaling at night for self-reflection. I'll link the two I recently bought that I've been loving :)

u/TorchyTodd · 2 pointsr/raisedbynarcissists

I'm the GC, and my little brother is the SG. We're both fucked up, but in different ways. I've a lot of anxiety issues, he's depressed.

This year I got him a journal -- one of those "one-line-a-day" types. He always liked to write, and I know he stopped seeing his therapist. Along with it I got him a giant mug and a pen that's inspired by H.P. Lovecraft since I know he's all over that literary mythos. I imagine him writing in it while enjoying a giant cup of tea/coffee/cocoa. :)

u/MonocleComplex · 2 pointsr/Anxiety

Something I'd recommend as well is to consider buying a 3 or 5 Year Q&A journal. Some Targets and Walmarts now sell the one I bought 4 years ago that look like this:

It has really become essential to discovering and reminding myself of where I was at, what I was hoping to achieve, what I did achieve, and how I have personally transformed over the years. You are making progress, it's just difficult at times to realize it when we typically tend to live in the present.

u/alphalpha_particle · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

I actually have three "diaries":

  1. Q&A a day journal. Different prompts that I need to respond to each day. This I am getting a little bored of, but I have to continue.

  2. A small notebook for "A Statement a Day". This is where I write one statement (or a couple statements or questions) every day about anything. What I was thinking, what I feel, what happened, ect.

  3. An online private blog. This is written in less frequently, but when I do write an entry, it can be quite extensive. I write about things that have been on my mind for a long time, feelings about events or people, my life, myself. The "deep" stuff, but also whatever stuff scattered throughout.

    I have these journals and write in them because I usually don't have anyone else to discuss whatever it is I write about. It's not only that I don't have anyone to talk to, but is also that I can't really talk to them about the matters. I also enjoy looking back at the stuff I write. Some of it is just storing memories. It's a time capsule and they're always fun and nostalgic.
u/dioxazine_violet · 2 pointsr/OpiatesRecovery

The things I loved most in rehab were the little things that I took for granted outside. Gum, chocolate bars, soda, candy.

I bought this for myself for my birthday this year, and I've really been enjoying it so far.

If he's into 12-step recovery, something like this. Or if he's more into holistic/cognitive type recovery, maybe something like this.

u/jojewels92 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This thing looks so damn cool.


Write On!

I love postcards! Especially risque ones. ;) I'm also trying to collect stamps to fill up my "Wreck this Journal!" so a plain letter would be cool too.

u/YoungRL · 2 pointsr/LongDistance

Sure! As mentioned, I do think the book I linked before is the best one, but here are some others that I personally own:

u/lotrouble · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a match with this diary wohooo!

Thanks for the contest!

u/neotipex · 1 pointr/santashelpers

Not really gag gifts, but a few ideas...

A cool journal? This one could be fun:
Desktop white board for organization/lists.
A healthy eats cookbook.
An inexpensive fountain pen.
Watercolor/brush set.

u/HeadlessBob17 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

For the first time ever, I have a match with someone who is running one of these contests! We both have impeccable taste in journals!

u/moomaid_in_the_sea · 1 pointr/proED

It was this one!

u/daryldickin · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think you should get this book! It seems fun to do and it incorporates reading, which you said you like doing.