This is the most complete journal for starting a journey to self fulfillment. Many men start out their careers feeling excited about where life is going to take them. They have aspirations to reach for the stars. Life is good. But then they find after 5 or 10 years that they don't seem much further than where they started. Many start to feel lost, unfulfilled, separated from their family, have a lack of interest and desire for life, and may even experience a lower sex drive.
My husband Zach was very much the same way, although he didn't want to admit it. He was an eternal optimist and no matter how bad things looked, he always tried to look at the positive side of things. But he still experienced a disconnect from our family because he wasn't seeing all of the things he already had. He was only looking for what he could have if he kept trying harder.
I asked him to try out gratitude (before this book was created) and I could see his mood change over time. Once I could tell his outlook on life had changed we had a talk about how we can work better together on our family. He was more invested in us, NOW. Not 5 years from now. Even though he is so tired from work he doesn't let spending time with the kids go by. He is more interested in what we think and feel because he has shifted his focus on what is important now. He feels more fulfilled and can focus his energy on our family and marriage when he is home from work. And our sex life is better too, wink wink.
No one can be forced to practice gratitude, and everyone experiences life differently. But many have found their lives feel more fulfilled when they practice gratitude.
Each group of pages in this book has:
- Sections for a daily goal(s)
- Daily affirmation(s)
- A prompt to make thinking about gratitude easy
- Another follow up question to each prompt
- An empty page for journaling
- A quote for inspiration
Size: 8.5 x 6.5 x 1 inch
Note: The content of this special edition is the exact same as our 100 days of Gratitude journal. It just has a special cover that appeals to men more. This makes working on gratitude as a couple much easier because you can talk about the same things together.