365 days. 5 years. 1,825 moments captured.
In her bestselling book The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin discovers the pleasure of writing just one sentence every day.
This is really a neat little book. Write one sentence each day. A look back at your journey. The Happiness Project is trying to change our focus from the negative to the positive.
What happened that day, that week. What were your emotions the good that you’re feeling make sure you write in the one sentence. What happened that day so that you can remember these things when you read your writing.
Helps you recall what brought you happiness during the year. I love the school of thought that you only write one sentence.
The Happiness Project One-Sentence Journal helps you to make a fascinating and revealing time capsule of the next five years of your life.
Simply turn to today’s date, reflect on the quote at the top of the page, and jot down just one sentence (perhaps about something good that happened that day).
When you start, just write one sentence everyday. After a few weeks, with life continuously changing, you will look back and see how you life have changed. Whether you were happy or sad, the one sentence will reflect your feeling that day. After a few years, you will look back and realize what made you happy and what made you sad. You will notice how your posts have turned around and are almost always happy posts.
When you are much older, you can look back on your notes and giggle, knowing you have made it to the other side – happiness.
This daily ritual is highly do-able and provides a striking sense of accomplishment, and as the years go by you can see how your entries evolve.
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