Life happens fast.
But we don’t have to let the days and moments fly by and be forgotten.
A One Line a Day Journal is the perfect way to remember the special moments that happen every day.
Do you ever have a conversation with your kids and think, “I don’t want to forget this”? It’s something they say that was cute, funny, inspiring or even sad. These are all the everyday moments of your life.
What about all the important moments of life? First steps, first birthdays, the first day of school each year, first time driving a car? These are all moments moms want to remember. These moments tell the story of your life.
A One Line a Day Journal is the perfect way to save these memories and tell your story.
I started writing journals in high school. I would write a few sentences about something I thought was important or was meaningful to me that happened at school during the day every night before I would go to sleep. It’s been more than 25 years, but I still have those journals. They are fun to read from time to time. They even remind me of days and events I had forgotten.
A journal is a written record that you or your family can read later and remember. It’s a way to record your family’s history and your family’s story.
A simple One Line a Day Journal is a beautiful way to see how your family to growing and changing over time. Each page is designed for one day of the year with 5 years of writing spaces. As you fill your journal you will add to your family’s history for 5 years.
Imagine one day, sitting down to read your journal and remembering 5 years of your children’s birthdays or 5 years of special Christmas memories. But more important, 5 years of everyday memories like chats at the dinner table or playing in the park.
Remember in the book, The Notebook (by Nicholas Sparks) how Noah would read to Allie (his wife with dementia and who lost all her memories) from her journal? What if you had your own notebook of your life?
This journal is the story of you. It’s the story of your family. It’s a story you want to write and you will want to read and share again and again.
What do you write about each day in your One Line a Day Journal?
- Your child’s first words, first steps, first birthday
- A life achievement for yourself or a family member
- Everyday life including conversations, events, special moments you want to remember
- Birthdays, holidays, special days
- Vacations, trips, unique experiences
- The family history you want to pass down (who is your family tree?)
- Quotes from yourself, your spouse or your kids you don’t want to forget
- Inspiring Bible verses or writings that encouraged you
- Life lessons you learned
- Your feelings, your struggles, your stories
- Anything important to you that should not be forgotten
- And so much more…
There are so many family stories and memories that only you know that you can include in a One Line a Day Journal.
Get your journal today and start writing your family’s story.