Every Day Matters Diary Review

Every day matters diary review

Every day matters and I think you believe this more as you get older. Perhaps because we have lost loved ones and become aware of our own mortality or just because we value ourselves more, every second starts to count much more.

A New Year is just around the corner and I think many of us will be happy to see the back of 2016. Political decisions may not have gone our way and lots of us are reeling from so many deaths this year of folks who inspired us with their writing, comedy and music.

So what will you do with 2017?

Do you like a paper diary? I know there are diary and journaling  apps and stuff but I personally love the look and feel of a good diary. I am happy to recommend the Every day matters diary which encourages us to have a year of inspiration for the mind, body and spirit. Sounds good right?

I love the A5 size diary because it is so attractive and not just on the outside. It is very colourful inside with a vibrancy that cheers the soul. If you are a fan of inspirational quotes and affirmations, this is the diary for you.

The diary works as ordinary ones do so you can keep track of your appointments and to-do lists. However, you can also use it as a personal development workbook as it has searching questions and monthly themes such as positivity, love and empathy.

There’s a section for your to make important notes at the back so that you can launch yourself in a super-charged way into 2018.

Every Day Matters 2017 Diaries
A Year of Inspiration for the Mind, Body and Spirit
By Dani DiPirro PositivelyPresent.com
Paperback- £12.99 (Desk Diary), £6.99 (Pocket Diary)

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