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Gift Ideas: Journals and Planners from Paper Sunday and Go Getter Girl

For many of us, the recent events and times have prompted greater reflection and deeper introspection. And journaling can be cathartic and a constructive way to process both our positive and negative thoughts and feelings, and to remember that we can still find hope and joy in the midst of of pain and sorrow.  




Another helpful tool to unplug and turn inward during this unpredictable period when days and weeks have often become a blur (and we've spent way too much time glued to our computers and tech devices) is to map out daily appointments and personal and professional goals. 

So this holiday season, treat yourself and a loved one to a gift that will keep on giving -- a personalized devotional journal and a planner that promotes self-care.

Paper Sunday
You won’t find a more personalized Christian scripture journal or agenda anywhere else, except at Paper Sunday. Every single page will have your name or the name of the person you are giving it to. It’s the perfect gift for newlyweds, graduates, expectant parents, those working through grief or recovering from mental, emotional and physical pain. The journals are designed by artists nationwide and made with high quality paper and bindings. At Paper Sunday, they believe God is real. They want their customers to journey through the pages of their Paper Sunday personalized scripture journal. They hope you will have a new revelation of just how personal He is.  Price: $31-$35

Designed by a life coach, for you to reach your highest possible potential, daily. These planners allow you to work on yourself, find out who you are at your core, truly discover your purpose, and help you make plans toward your BIGGEST dreams. Take massive action, daily with the Go Getter Girl Products, and expand into the person you've always wanted to be. Maybe you are someone who loves planners already, or maybe you are someone who finds the planner she didn't know she's always needed. Price: $25 and up

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