Curiosity Journals have GIFTED me one of their new on the market Journals which is created in order to help us break down the big questions they are always worrying about. This could be related to their career, relationships, feelings etc and it supports them in their next steps to answering their questions. It was only launched a few months ago and it has been received really well by the market.
I love the layout of the pages and how the designs/drawings on the pages are so simple and cute and don’t distract from the meanings of each page. The To-Do list pages help me clear my mind when it is busy and I am full of questions and I love how it just helps me be able to relax and empty my mind. I love the quotes throughout the journal and my favourite is “Your Curiosity Is Your Growth Point Always” – Danielle LaPorte.
I would recommend this for anyone who loves to journal and write down their thoughts and feelings daily as this works brilliantly if used regularly. It would also make a really good Mother’s Day Present as it is an awesome journal for under £20 and has a lush linen bound cover which makes it feel a lot more expensive and luxurious. It is also a mustard yellow which is my favourite colour so it is an all round winner for me.
This Advanced Curiosity Map Pack is an addon for your Curiosity Journal. Designed by social entrepreneurs and founders, it provides you with a structured series of over 100 questions to help guide you on launching and running a genuine social enterprise. As the world emerges from a crazy last two years, more and more people are starting to think about how we can change the way we do business to be a force for good.
That is where the Advanced Curiosity Map Pack comes into play as it is an add on for the Curiosity Journal. It is designed by social entrepreneurs and founders, it provides you with a structured series of over 100 questions to help guide you on launching and running a genuine social enterprise. There is also a pack for Leadership too which adds onto your journal.
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