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Creatives' Journal for Inspiration and Productivity aims at encouraging readers to channel their ideas and realize our objectives. Having a diary gives us more clarity. Writing something down enables us to reflect on it so that we can organize ourselves better and set goals. Writing things down removes the possibility of forgetting them, but also gets rid of stress. Keeping a journal will guide us in that process. This journal makes provision for a full year, but it can be used from the moment you feel ready because it has no dates and its format is divided into weeks. Arielle Haughee adds tips and suggestions for reflection so that we can analyze our work, see our strengths, and identify activities that we can change.
Having a blank sheet to write down our ideas is not easy. It takes a lot of imagination to stimulate ideas. I liked Creatives' Journal for Inspiration and Productivity as its formula is useful and allows us to see our work on a weekly, monthly, or annual level. The journal explains how to create an Inspiration Board, adds activities to find suggestions in other media, and always respects our tastes. I loved the presentation and the minimalist images are beautiful. They are based on nature and inspire peace. Arielle Haughee has created a beautiful journal while explaining that it is necessary to work hard to achieve our goals. It also seeks to maintain a balance between work and rest. The journal will allow us to meditate and find harmony in the activities of the day.