Q and A a Day: 5-Year Journal Diary – 28 Dec 2010
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Anyway, I think this 5-year journal potentially fulfills both purposes. It has enough space for a few sentences (I uploaded a couple of the photos of the inside), for answering the question (if you feel like it) and for documenting your own good deed/thought/event.
The journal has a wrapping paper finish, golden-edged pages (which are of high quality thick paper), and measures 4 inches long and 6 inches high, the width is approximately 1.5 inches. So yes, literally fits in the palm of your hand.
I cannot wait to start it (yes, old-fashion-ly wait for the New Year!) Will make great Christmas/New Year present for the right kind of person. You know, there are people who would find this wonderful (I am one of them) and the other who would probably never open it. My first reaction when I opened it was: "OMG, I love this!"
This 5 year journal is perfect for people like me. It gives you numbered pages but with 5 blank year dates so you can start at any time of the year (just simply turn to that day) and even if you stop and then start again later down the line, it doesn't matter, it'd just mean you might not have the same years written all throughout the journal. For example I started it half way through 2011, stopped after a month or so and then started again 1st January 2013. I did read through some of the answers I'd written 2 years ago, and it was interesting to see how things have changed since then, and also to have a nice reminder of some joyful memories I had forgotten about.
People might not think that they can change within the space of a few short years, but the answers you will write in this journal for each day for 5 years, is proof that you can! It's also a nice way of jotting down some special things you don't want to forget.
Some example questions include:
What is your mission?
What is the last TV show you watced?
Jot down a news story from today.
How much spare change do you have?
What was your favourite day this week?
What's your hairstyle?
Today you wore _____
Where do you think you road is going?
Bad news: sugar coated or straight up?
Who is the last person in your missed calls?
Halloween plans? What's your costume?
What time did you go to bed last night?Read more ›
I got this as a gift when I was 14 (I am currently 15) and the thought of me filling this is in until I am 19 (and almost 20) is scary and cool at the same time. It makes me think of where I will be and how i would have changed.
Even now after almost 2 years it is quite cool to look at my answers from last year and see how much I have changed and how some of my answers are exactly the same. I look forward to the next few years, where I can compare multiple years and see how different (or similar) things are.
It's a great way to keep track of who you were a few months/years ago, and a cool way of seeing how you grow and evolve.
I would definitely recommend this product as a birthday or Christmas gift.
I managed to whittle down the vast range of 5 year journals available to these two.
This one won and I am so glad I chose this one.
Both "Q&A" and "One line a day" are very similar, with both being:
- the same size
- the same quality thick pages
- the same quality binding
- the same gold edge finish to the pages
- available to start wherever you are in the year, not just Jan 1st
Besides the cover, the only difference is that the "One Line a Day" book is just that. Blank every day, ready for you to complete.
It has 4 or 5 lines per day, repeated per page, and the year 20___ for you to fill in on each entry.
The reason why I chose Q&A is that it also has this, but it has a random question at the top for you to answer, or not.
On a day that is relatively uneventful, I choose to answer the question rather than write a few lines about my average day.
It makes a change. It breaks the monotony of keeping a diary.
On days that I would rather remember, I decide not to answer the question and jot a few lines on my day.
The cover is similar quality and feel to brown parcel paper and feels like it can withstand a battering.
The pages are a nice creamy off-white colour, and thick and smooth. I would hazard a guess that they are around 100gsm.
You cant see through if writing with regular ballpoint. and the pressure from writing on the page doesn't protrude through either - of course, this depends on how hard you push, but if you push too hard, maybe you need a easier flowing pen.
The lines are tight though, about 4mm.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great idea, love it. Good quality, good value. I'm looking forward to finishing a year so I can begin again and look back. Brilliant idea for a gift.Published 6 days ago by AQ
To date I have purchased about 2 dozen of these. They are beautiful books, well made and the concept make them a perfect gift items for both teens and adultsPublished 20 days ago by Alison Goddard
Much better than a diary and makes a great present. We are going share memories to gether in 5 years times!Published 1 month ago by fliss
Fantastic Gift Purchased for my wife who's been searching for her dream journal for ages!
The book arrived carefully packed on the day indicated. It is a high-quality item and I am very pleased with my purchase.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It's a lovely journal! The questions are repeated sometimes though.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer