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February 3, 2015

Q & A a Day


A review by Spencer



“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”–Andy Warhol


Q & A a Day, by publisher Potter Style, is a really neat five-year journal. Yes, I said five-year. After making your way through the first year, you go back to the beginning of the book and begin filling out the entry slots for an entire new year! How cool will it be to compare who and where you are from year to year? Personally, I think really cool. A time capsule, so to speak.

I label this as an easy entry journal. Jot down 3 or 4 lines and voilà! you’re done for the day. I’ve owned many journals/diaries through the years and many of them consist of a few entries in January, m-a-y-b-e an entry in February, followed by a bunch of blank pages. Not with this one. There’s no need to wrack my brain trying to think of enough stuff to fill a complete page. (You guessed it. I lack discipline. And patience.)

With unique, fun to answer questions, you jot down a thought or two in less than a minute, making it more likely that you actually participate. In my quest for making life and home simpler and less congested, this little book is perfect for me.


Easy peasy = Happy me

Here are examples of journal question prompts:

Where do you want to travel to next?
What are you obsessively listening to?
How could today have been better?
If you could travel anywhere tomorrow, where would you go?
You want a new _______.
What do you always avoid?
Who was the last person to make you angry?
What is your favorite cereal?


This handy journal is approximately 4.5” x 6", and with 368 pages it’s over an inch thick. It’s simple in design, and even simpler in its concept. I recommend it to any writer, journal keeper, or office supply junkie. It’s the perfect coffee table book and conversation starter.

5 whopping hearts!

Publisher: Potter Style
Page Count: 368
Purchase Link: Amazon

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