Reading, studying and general note-taking are key aspects of personal, vocational and spiritual growth. Create a study habit with this Study Journal as you Observe, Interpret & Apply what you're learning. As you journal you'll take note of the 5 Ws and a few vital questions for putting your studies into practice.
Pick one up for yourself, for you kids or those you're interested in sharing the journey with as you dig in. Oh yeah, it's designed for repetition and memory. As you develop the habit feel free to order another Study Journal or just pick up a few Mead notebooks.
Create Day Journal
Creating a creative habit can be as easy as diving in and as difficult as wishing you'd started writing that book five years earlier when you meant to. The Create Day Journal is all about creating headspace (one of the four key components for daily creativity). Before you attempt to dive into your creative space spend a few minutes setting the stage with this wimple rhythm:
Gratitude: What are you thankful for?
Thought Dump: Unload your distractions, to-dos, negative thoughts...
Day's Priorities: Note your top three goals for your creative time.
Obstacles & Options: Quickly write down the obvious obstacles keeping you from your goals and follow up with three options for overcoming them today!
BE!: Commit to working toward your goals for the day.
Central Teaching Journal
Looking for a simple notebook designed to keep track of your Sunday service notes, young adult central gatherings, youth group or life group teaching, training and discussions? The Central Teaching Journal is laid out in single pages to record the: Core Passage / Key Points / Main Idea / Personal Responses.
Pick one up for yourself, for your kids or those you're interested in sharing the journey with as you learn together. Oh yeah, this one's also designed for repetition and memory. As you develop the habit feel free to order another Central Teaching Journal or just pick up a few Mead notebooks and keep going.