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Clear Habit Journal [Plus Size] Journal – 1 January 2018
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This is the large format version of the highly popular Clear Habit Journal.
A NOTEBOOK BASED ON SCIENCE.
You do not rise to the level of your goals—you fall to the level of your systems.
- Habit Trackers
- Full Index
- Split Grid
- One Line Per Day
- Four Toolkits
- Two Bookmarks
- Elastic Closure Band
- Folder in Back
- Numbered Pages
TINY CHANGES, REMARKABLE RESULTS.
Features twelve habit trackers. Each is perforated and can easily be torn out and hung on the fridge, placed on your desk, or displayed anywhere you choose.
DOT GRID GOES PRO.
Create your favorite spreads with an upgraded dot grid that features subtle markings for dividing pages into halves and thirds.
EASY INDEX. QUICK JOURNAL.
A full index gives you two full spreads to log your content. The One Line Per Day section helps you easily build a daily journaling habit.
FOUR EXCLUSIVE TOOLKITS.
Toolkits offer in-depth examples and layouts to help you be more productive, make better decisions, and stay healthy. Includes toolkits on Habit Tracking, Decision Making, Productivity, and Health & Fitness.
FUNCTIONAL DESIGN FEATURES.
Designed based on the customer-favorite Baron Fig Confidant Hardcover Notebook, the Clear Habit Journal adds two bookmarks, an elastic closure, a folder in the back, and numbered pages.
READ THE BOOK. USE THE JOURNAL.
Clear Habit Journal offers a journaling system based on proven science. Read Atomic Habits and learn the science behind Clear to maximize your habit growth.
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In addition to the dot grid pages, there is also a two-page index and a 12-month line-a-day journal in the front. In the back, there are 12 monthly habit trackers that can track up to 19 daily habits and a 15-page "tool kit" that outlines how to use the journal. In the "tool kit," there is an explanation/example of how to use habit trackers, 2 templates for decision-making grids, 2 methods for productivity and to-do list prioritization, and details on how to track fitness and create a food journal in the notebook.
I use this mostly as a brain dump and task prioritizer. As part of my morning routine, I use the line-a-day journal to set intentions and plan my day by pulling tasks from my master task list and prioritizing. And in the evening, I add to the master task list by jotting down everything I can think of and checking off items completed in the monthly habit tracker.
Overall, I think the quality of this journal is great. The binding and cover are beautifully made. The paper quality is decent. It handles ballpoint and gel pen well with only faint shadowing, but fountain pen and marker can bleed through a bit. It does not have a pen holder, but it does have a horizontal back pocket for other notes/paper/stickers. The "tool kit" tools are fantastic for someone just starting out, trying to learn how to be more productive, but once you've filled this book, you can move on to any dot grid notebook and continue the same routine/setup for less money.
First off, it is a high quality journal. Cover material, binding, paper--it's all well thought out and intended to provide an enjoyable writing experience. Price is typical of similar quality journals.
Secondly, I love the idea of a habit tracker and have found it very useful. I also enjoyed (at first) the "line a day" journal section. For someone who has never been consistent enough to keep a daily journal, this was a great way to start.
Last comes my major gripe (and reason I am looking for a different habit tracker): the quantity of blank dot pages. There are both too few and too many of them; too few for a yearly journal or sketchbook and too many for miscellaneous use. Both of my notebooks ended up with more than half of that section left blank because there is no definitive need for it. As much as I like the rest of the notebook, that's too much waste for me.