Monday, June 7, 2010

Part journal, part to-do list, part procrastination device - Page 3

Update: The journal page in this post is no longer available for download. For a selection of free, printable journal pages, please visit my Printable Journal Pages collection.

Last week, I posted my first two printable, fill-in-the-blank journal pages here and here. They're full of questions about life in general and to-do lists for recording work-in-progress. Simply put, they're a snapshot of the day captured in words.

Today, I'm on to page three, which includes a new to-do list variation . . .

and a space to remember and record some of the good times . . .

The full page looks like this . . .

You can download page 3 here and if you missed them, pages 1 and 2 are here and here.  See you right back here tomorrow for page 4!


  1. I LOVE these pages! As someone who has kept a diary for years, I appreciate the prompting each page provides. Staring at blank pages can be intimidating and these pages are the opposite. Creative and fun!!

  2. Love your comment, Heather! That's the thing that holds me back too -- the blank page. I'm so glad these pages work for you!

  3. I am using these journal pages for my children as part of their summer school routine. Every once in a while a question comes up that doesn't relate to them- but I am curious to see how they react. My seven year olds response to the question about the last time he drank champagne was: I Threw Up! Thank you for these unique journal pages. It keeps my kids thinking.


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