Every Day Matters 2018 Desk Diary
For the fourth year in a row, Watkins will be publishing an inspirational, annual Every Day Matters diary designed to motivate users to make the most of every day. This bestselling illustrated holistic diary provides not only plenty of space for daily planning but also offers inspiring advice on how to make each and every day really matter. Designed as a resource for enriching daily life, it will guide you on a journey of awareness and fulfilment as you go about your everyday activities. It’s all too easy to become overwhelmed with multiple thoughts each day as our to-do lists grow, so positivity blogger Dani DiPirro insightfully presents within this highly practical diary one life-enhancing theme a month to focus on.
This year’s themes range from Openness, Imagination, Gratitude, Awareness, Passion and Perspective to Friendship, Patience, Connection, Focus, Compassion and Transformation. Each week-to-view spread then features an inspiring quote that encourages reflection on the theme and an exercise to further your holistic well-being. Focusing on just one theme for each whole month, but in a different way each week, allows a seed of inspiration and awareness not just to be planted but also to grow substantially so positive action can become an integral part of daily life.
The colourful illustrations and encouraging content will draw the attention of both those who love the content of the author’s PositivelyPresent.com and those who are completely new to the brand.
About the Author
Dani DiPirro is the founder of PositivelyPresent.com, an inspiring website created in 2009 to help others live more happily in each and every moment. Dani is also author of The Positively Present Guide to Life and of an upcoming series of gift books on Gratitude, Living in the Moment, Compassion, and Forgiveness. She has over 120,000 page views on her website monthly, and her work has been featured on sites such as The Happiness Project, Psychology Today, and Forbes, and she was featured as Elle coach of the month in March 2015.
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