In my last post about diaries and journals for 2019 I mentioned that I’d follow up with a selection of independently designed journals. I love being able to support new and small businesses when possible but like many of you, it’s about taking the time to do the research and find the best of those businesses.
Over the last week or so I’ve been checking out different journals made by creative people around the world. I’ve narrowed down my list and picked out my favourites.
Today I’m here to share 3 independent journals to inspire and motivate you throughout 2019.
The first independently designed journal I want to tell you about is PonderLilly. It was founded by Carina who in the search of a well-balanced lifestyle created a range of products for busy people who want to focus on intentional living. The aim behind her products is to uplift, empower and inspire the people who use them.
The journal itself has space for you to find focus, do and recharge. Check out the full collection of planners.
Next we have the Dailygreatness Original Yearly. As with most independent journals it’s undated which gives you lots of flexibility. It’s also a fantastic combination of a daily diary and journal so that you can keep everything in one place.
The Dailygreatness Original Yearly is ideal for anyone looking to become more focused, organised and positive. The journal is centred around self-development and goal planning as well as a daily gratitude and intention journal. You’ll also find space for appointments, habit tracking and much more.
The 2019 Artist Of Life Workbook is by the wonderful Lavendaire – check out her YouTube channel on living with purpose. She has created it with the aim to help and encourage you to live an inspiring and successful year.
This is much more of a workbook than a journal. You’ll find questions and exercises to help you on your journey of self-discovery throughout 2019. You’ll find focus, clarify your vision and much more.
She also sells a daily planner if you’re looking for something a little less structured.
Finally I want to mention The Positive Bullet Diary, created by Ali and Finn. I briefly mentioned it in my last post – 12 Journals To Help You Stay Organised – and it’s the reason that this post came about.
The Positive Bullet Diary combines a traditional 12-month diary with the creativity of a bullet journal. It can be totally personalised by you and has handy to-do pages to help you get started. It’s an inspirational space to encourage productivity, positivity and creativity.
I hope these journals give you a little inspiration for 2019 and introduce you to a bunch of new creative people.Find me here: Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook