Tuesday, May 7, 2024

The Weekly Habits Project- A Challenge to Journal, Reflect, and Make Tiny Changes for Big Results


Celebrate progress over perfection with this beautiful year-long guided journal to build life-giving habits, set achievable goals, and enjoy spiritual growth with each grace-filled step forward.

Over the next 52 weeks, you'll build the spiritual, mental, and emotional habits you've been longing to cultivate. Reflection prompts and calming imagery provide a compassionate place for you to set and celebrate goals related to time, prayer, technology, fears, discouragement, and relationships.

Each entry in The Weekly Habits Project includes:

  • A practical theme to focus on for godly growth
  • A short but powerful Bible verse for reflection and meditation
  • Inspiration to guide your thoughts and jumpstart your habit project
  • Journaling prompts and room to chronicle your journey toward real, lasting change

This guided journal:

  • Showcases colorful photography and gentle watercolors
  • Has a beautiful ribbon marker so you never lose your place
  • Provides ample room for journaling
  • Fits on a nightstand, in a tote bag, or inside a gift basket
  • Is perfect for New Year's goal setting or starting new habits any time of year
  • Makes a great gift for you or a friend in a new season of life or for anyone who enjoys the Weekly Project series

Check out the rest of the series: The Weekly Prayer ProjectThe Weekly Faith ProjectThe Weekly Gratitude ProjectThe Weekly Self-Care Project, and The Weekly Purpose Project.

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My Review

Use The Weekly Habits Project for an easy-to-read introduction to living a meaningful life and changing habits. Learn about Our Minds, Our Hearts, Our Hands, and Our Everything for 52 weeks of study. There is a journaling area to answer questions regarding each week's section.

A very nice hardback cover that you will refer to again. Nice illustrations from nature inside.

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and voluntarily chose to review it. A positive review is not required, and all opinions are my own.


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