I tried to give it to the intended recipient. I really did. But I couldn't...and neither could my husband, apparently, after he snatched it away from me and shoved it deep into my Christmas stocking!
The day I brought home the Keel's Simple Diary we sat at the dinner table, Em, Heather, and, of course, moi, and we each completed a page. It was deep. It was insightful. It was hilarious. It was obscure.
It was perfection.
It was simply the best diary I have laid eyes on. You still have a log of days but the answers perhaps more illuminating than expected.
Can you read that? If not go to the Simple Diary site and browse around - you'll find the sample pages.
Another example? Answer these:
Your day was: ( ) a good call. ( ) showtime. ( )a cold shower.
( ) You cope. ( ) You hope. ( ) You dope. ( ) You know.
Let's be spontaneous
This is finally under control:
A secret passion you are dying to share with those who deserve it:
1) Ripping up paper and throwing it in the basket.
2) A vacant elevator standing by, going your way.
3) Slamming someone else's car door.4) Sneezing.
The premise behind Simple Diary is, well, simple - the world is filled with technology, over-saturated in fact - we need to reconnect with our selves. We need simple prompts. We need to dig deeper.
If you have a few extra moments check out the videos on the site - I think you'll be surprised at the diversity of answers to simple prompts such as "say one thing to the world" or "what makes you happy".
I won't lie. I'm really excited to get into my stocking this year!
Text for example and images all via simplediary.com
Note: I was in no way compensated, requested, or otherwise encouraged to tell you about Keel's Simple Diary. Although, honestly, I wish I had some to giveaway to my faithful readers right now because they are that awesome...and if someone had asked me to tell you about them (which they didn't) I would have said the same stuff as above. Well worth the $13-15 investment.