Then, after a whole lot of exploration, I sometimes need a bit of a nudge back to the positive. With that in mind and on a whim (which is mostly how I operate around here), I cooked up a mini-journal devoted entirely to the good stuff, and I made a copy for you, too.
I warn you, there is some assembly required, so I've also prepared my first ever tutorial to help you assemble your very own Good Stuff! mini-journal.
Before we begin, I've included two photos to show you what your mini-journal will look like when it's completely assembled. You can see that it is indeed mini, measuring less than 3 inches wide and just over 2-1/2 inches tall.
Each prompt is one-off. You'll probably be able to finish the whole thing in one sitting. Then you can put it away somewhere and take it out again when you need to be reminded of all of the good things in your world.
This journal's folded book format is adapted from Esther K. Smith's awesome book, How to Make Books: Fold, Cut & Stitch Your Way to a One-of-a Kind Book. It's the very first book in her first chapter called Instant Books. In a moment you'll see why.
Et voila! A complete journal, ready for your pen, pencil or markers!
So there you go. A nearly instant mini-journal devoted to the good stuff in your world. I hope you love it! Let me know if any of the instructions are difficult to understand and I'll make any necessary changes to the tutorial. Also, let me know what you think of this new journal because I think I can see myself making a bunch more!