It's 40 pages long and full of brand new prompts, including a new category of pause and reflect prompts in which you build upon your responses to earlier prompts. (These are my new favourite prompts. I love looking back and looking deeper. Lots of wisdom to be found within.)
I put together two photo montages, to show you a selection of the new prompts. You might notice that the design is a little different from my pocket journals and printables. I took a detour from hand-lettering and created all of my doodles and borders without my pen tablet. It was such fun to take a new direction and I'm really happy with the results. (My next project for the blog involves the pen tablet and a return to hand lettering.)
Over the past few months, I've been trying my hand at developing an in-person workshop that combines journaling and goal setting. I've delivered it a handful of times and, to be quite honest, I'm not sure where it's headed. There are parts that feel really promising and parts that don't. I'm working on streamlining it and making it as impactful as possible. My primary goal for the workshop is to deliver a course of material that truly inspires people to create, document, actively pursue, and ultimately achieve the goals that matter to them. I'm not quite there yet, so, for now, I'm still plugging away.
I underestimate, at times, how very difficult it can be to launch our ideas out into the world -- to test them and defend them and accept criticism of them and work to improve them. It's exhausting and confidence battering (even confidence obliterating), and yet entirely worth the effort. I look warily forward to more challenges to come.