Do One Thing Every Day That SCARES You
A MINDFULNESS JOURNAL
A year’s worth of fear-facing prompts and mottoes of encouragement will motivate you to jot down one thing a day and make a daily habit of thinking courageously.
Each day is an opportunity to perform one small act of bravery; singing out loud, asking for help, admitting a mistake, pitching an idea, accepting a compliment, changing your hair, going for the prize, failing spectacularly and trying agin. This journal contains a year’s worth of fear-facing prompts and mottoes of encouragement.
It provides space to jot down daily examples of your own courage–the small steps that culminate in one bold year. Jotting down one thing a day, especially on fortifying subjects like gratitude and happiness, is an enormously popular journaling practice (one that is recommended by nearly every best-selling self-help author). Bravery is another key ingredient of self-actualization, so why not make a daily habit of thinking courageously?
This journal is perfect for recent graduates, milestone birthdays, or as a year-end holiday gift to kick off “New Year, New You” projects.
By ROBIE ROGGE and DIAN G. SMITH
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Robie Rogge is a New York City-based packager who has created many successful guided journals and novelty products for Clarkson Potter, Chronicle Books, and the Museum of Modern Art, including Clarkson Potter’s best-selling Do One Thing Every Day journal series.
Dian G. Smith is a freelance writer and public school teacher. She is the writer of Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You, My New Baby and Me, Hanukkah Lights, and more.