In the world of mass communication and information in which we’re living, it’s getting increasingly harder to connect with ourselves. Time spent before reflecting on our innermost desires and goals is being replaced by the scrolling down of our social media feeds. Connections and relationships with others are diminished to simple exchanges of text messages. Moments of self-reflection and self-discovery are replaced by reading countless “Five reasons you’re a (insert adjective here)” articles.
Deep in our hearts, we’re aware of this disconnect we’re living, but heck, we don’t know how to stop. This journal is a remedy to that problem.
A very wise person (Aristotle) once said, “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” I couldn’t agree more. Knowing yourself can give you a better idea of what it is you want in life at this moment, the kind of job you’d like to have (or if you’d like one at all – perhaps you’re more entrepreneurially inclined), what kind of trips you want to take, what kind of activities you want to surround your life with, what kind of friends you’d like to have, etc. Knowing what it is you want is the first step to its acquirement.
Self Discovery Journal for Teens and Young Adults: 200 Questions and Writing Prompts to Find Yourself and the Things You Want to Do in Life is designed to reconnect you with yourself through daily fun and thought-provoking journaling prompts. All 200 questions found inside this self-discovery journal will help you discover things about yourself in different areas of your life. Also, you will find relevant quotes filled with wisdom and optimism.
Welcome to this journal of you.