My Rad Life

I picked this up because I am in search of The Perfect Journal, the one that mixes a creative, bullet-journal ability with longer posts, something that can be life changing. I liked the idea of graphics with pages, of leading questions, and especially of inspiring female role models. I love that it is a companion to Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide, both of which I tend to pick up and thumb through often.

(Google suggests downloading this as an e-book — can anyone explain the point of that to me?)

The graphics are beautiful, the quotes inspiring, and there is plenty of room for doodling and inspiring. However, the question prompts don't quite do it for me — I don't think it's the book, I think it's me, that I am just too old for it. They are things like ""What kind of superhero would you be?" and "Use this page when you are having  dark moment."

All in all, I wish I had had a journal like this when I was younger — and so I just might put it aside for my fierce and feisty 9-year-old to make use of soon.

(Book provided by Blogging For Books in exchange for my opinion, but all thoughts are my own).


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