Whether you’re a mom with only five seconds to spare—or a mom with an attention span of five seconds—this journal is for you! Mom’s Five-Second Memory Journalincludes playful, breezy, and sometimes eccentric prompts to jot down thoughts on your life as a wife, a professional, and—of course—a mother to those wild and crazy kids! The journal is portable enough to carry in your bag, yet substantial enough to become a keepsake. And best of all, since the journal isn’t chronological, you won’t feel guilty if you don’t fill it out for a week (or a month or three)!
It's a Dog's Life Puppy Journal
A journal all about me! Celebrate every special moment of your pawfect pup with this Dog Journal from Wild & Woofy. A great gift for a new dog owner, they can cherish all of the lovely memories and keep track of important information in their furry best friend's life.
Keep track of vet appointments, treatment schedules and training!
Note key milestones like their first bath and more
Contains 48 pages with stickers to accessorize
Teacher Influence Journal
Such an amazing teacher gift idea. Pairs perfectly with our Teacher Pencil Set! Narrow ruled pages, lay flat and easy fold over wire binding, and thick luxuriously printed covers. Keep lesson plans and life organized in this lined notebook.
Additional Details :
80 Lined Interior Pages
Uncoated Vellum 70# Text Off-White Interior Paper
Gold Wire-O Binding
Made in Lawrence, Kansas
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Activity Journal
An official Mister Rogers guided journal that helps families connect with their community, featuring playful prompts that encourage everyone to be the best neighbor they can be!
From everyone’s favorite television host, Mister Rogers, comes a journal to help you and your family discover your community. The prompts listed in this illustrated journal will inspire you to venture out into your neighborhood with your parents and share kindness, all while developing essential writing, problem-solving, and people skills.
•Some prompts are for writing:What does it mean to be a good neighbor? •Some ask you to doodle:Draw a little sketch of your street. Put in the places that are most important to you. •Some questions are for getting to know people:Interview a neighbor about their childhood. •Some questions ask for action:Pick a day to clean up your neighborhood. See if you can get other neighbors to join you.
Just start filling in this journal, and soon you’ll be making every day a beautiful day in the neighborhood.
Letterfolk: Composition Book (Classic)
Redesigned from cover to cover, our take on this classic notebook marries function and form in black and kraft cover offerings and printed with silver and copper metallic inks.