Monday, March 26, 2018

Journal's Unlimited a non Candy Choice for the "Big" Kids this Easter

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

I have loved writing since I was a little girl. Writing stories has always been a hobby of mine that I've considered several times doing more with.

Journal's Unlimited sent me some of their fantastic guided journals to review. Upon receiving these journals and learning more about Journal's Unlimited I realized that there were many things I have left out of my writings. There are so many memories and feelings about certain things I could be writing down.



Journal's Unlimited offers a wide variety of more than 65 themed, guided journals in 3 sizes. Each journal is uniquely themed with a guided format. The journals feature prompted pages to engage the writer. All these journals are made from acid-free, recycled paper and soy-based ink.

The journals all have a durable long lasting hard cover with cute designs. The pages are smooth and easy to write on. There are wire-o bindings that makes laying the journals flat and easier for writing. Every journal is printed in the U.S.A.



All the journals include fill in the blank designs to ensure you will not forget any details. They come in multiple sizes for portability. That is one thing I liked about the journals I received. Their not too small and just the right size if I want to carry one in my purse.

The journals I received are a Kids Stuff Journal, a Mom Journal, a Grandma's Special Moments Journal, a Family Birthday Journal and a small sized Baby Journal. These are all high quality, durable journals that I'm going to use to capture many memories with my family. With the guided format it makes it easier to catch those special moments. I especially love the Mom Journal and the questions that are inside. I'm looking forward to answering them all so that my children may have it to treasure one day.

Journals are a such a terrific way to discover yourself. They're such a great tool for putting your feelings and life into perspective. I also think they are a great tool for people who deal with depression, anxiety and other mental disorders.

Journals Unlimited is a very affordable way to begin journaling. They have great customer service and the journals arrive rather quickly, nicely packaged. These are great to not only get for yourself but gift a friend or loved one with a journal. There is bound to be a journal for everyone with over 65 titles that fit different ages and interests.

Barbara Morina is the president and founder of Journals Unlimited. Her idea for a journal company came to her while vacationing in the summer of 1997. She went in search of a journal that had specific spaces for information about the places she visited and the people that she met. Barbara could only find journals with blank pages. The idea for themed guided journals was born immediately.

She began selling four titles at craft shows and gift shops around Michigan. Fast forward, she now offers over 65 titles, Jumbo notepads, and a whole new Write to Remember Interview style journal collection. She has also followed her passion and now owns and operates Michigan Standard Pool Rescue. She has been able to rescue and re-home over 65 poodles.

The first page of all Barbara's journals reads: Life is an adventure. It is not the destination we reach that’s most rewarding. It’s the journey along the way. So Write It Down! and treasure the memory forever.

You can connect with Journal's Unlimited via Facebook , Pinterest , @WriteItDown4 , G+ and Journal's Unlimited Website

23 comments:

  1. I love the idea of giving a journal as a non chocolate Easter present. Journaling is such a great experience, I always like to come back and read things I had noted from years ago.

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  2. What a unique and helpful writing tool. I like you have also kept journals, but I'm intrigued by the writing prompts given to you. I feel as though that will allow you maybe to break away from your usually writing plots and expand.

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  3. What an incredible product, but an even more incredible woman! She truly is changing the world -- both for people and writing down their emotions, and for animals, as well! <3

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  4. I had one before but keeping every detail of daily routine would be hard for me now because I have my little one. It;'s good though to have this, I enjoyed journaling before too.

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  5. I love these journals. I think they would be the perfect gift to give any time.

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  6. LOVE LOVE LOVE the non candy choices! Really great easter idea :) My sister put bandaids in her daughter easter eggs this year #SugarFreeEaster

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  7. I love journals so much. I have a slight problem with hoarding them. I would love something so personalized.

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  8. I love journaling, its so relaxing and even therapeutic. These are awesome journals!!

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  9. That is a really great idea to give as a gift. I think my young niece and nephews would like to get this. Their birthday's are coming up so I'll have to check this out for them.

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  10. I love journals, I use them in planning my work as well as my blogging activities! These ones look amazing, I think this would make great gifts!

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  11. I have twin nieces who are in their tweens, and they would appreciate something like this for Easter. These journals would make great graduation gifts for them, too. :)

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  12. Great present idea! We love to spend our morning hours journaling to set the day.

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  13. This writing tool sounds very interesting, I do believe it works, it should out of describtion

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  14. Ahhh I love guided journals like these, and this one looks so cute!

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  15. I used to keep a journal as a child. I think these are terrific and I like that they offer writing prompts. This will help a child's writing skills for use later in life.

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  16. oh wiw, What a cute journal. I love journal and I love collecting it. This would be another beautiful journal of my collections.

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  17. They look so cute. I wish I'd have one in my childhood. :)

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  18. I love journals! They are a personal gift, yet the recipient can use it for so many different things. Thoughts. Notes. To do list. Dreams. The list goes on! :)

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  19. These are wonderful gift ideas. Writing down your plans or your feelings through journal is sometimes a best stress reliever.

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  20. This sounds like great idea for the kids looking good

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  21. Journals are treasure for those who like to write and keep track of their lives. This is a thoughtful gift

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  22. It is always nice to see non candy options for Easter. These journals seem like a good choice for older kids.

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  23. I think a journal is a great idea for the younger (already writing) set as well! They make great practice for maintaining good penmanship (many kids would ask what that is!).

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