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Composition Notebook: Naturally Splashing Blue Water Wide Ruled Paper Notes for College Student

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Composition Notebook: Naturally Splashing Blue Water Wide Ruled Paper Notes for College Student

This spectacularly designed composition notebook is a wonderful multi-purpose: This is a lined composition notebook (unruled) for sketching journals, jotting down thoughts, ideas and writing notes. The size of paper is 7.5 by 9.25 inches; this notebook is durable to withstand any activities and adventures. The unlined paper is made with 60lb - 90 GSM paper to prevent ink leakage. The notebook is comparable to a letter-sized notebook.  Specifications:  Dimensions: 7.o prevent ink leakage. The notebook is comparable to a letter-sized notebook.  Specifications:  Dimensions: 7.5” x 9.25” Layout: Lined Composition Paper  Cover: Soft, matte laminated paperback cover  Paper Color: White  Pages: 100   Made with passion, love and inspirations for motivating the owner in positive ways. 8 Benefits of Keeping a Journal or Diary 1. Improve your writing. If you have ever wanted to practice or improve your writing, the best thing to do is write. 2. Inspire creativity. Everyone is creative. If you don’t think you are, then maybe you haven’t tried. Your journal is a place to write down anything that comes to mind. The crazier the idea, the better. Let your imagination wander to the farthest parts of your mind and record the journey. 3. Brainstorm ideas more effectively. The benefits of journal writing are that you are able to keep all of your ideas in one place, no matter how all over the place they may be. Feel free to jot down whatever pops into your head and let your mind wander. 4. Stay organized. Diaries help keep your thoughts organized and comprehensible. You can record daily musings, the feelings you had about a certain experience or the opinions you had about a specific event. 5. Reduce stress. Writing down your feelings acts as a release and can be very cleansing. If you are able to put your anxieties, frustrations and pains on paper, then you are less likely to harbor them inside, which creates stress. 6. Allow yourself to self-reflect. To quote Ferris Bueller, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Our lives can become very hectic, making it easy to get caught up in the day-to-day. Responsibilities and expectations start to consume us. Journaling is a way to take a step back from all of that and reflect on yourself.  7. Achieve your goals. It is known that you are more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down. By keeping a diary, you not only can write down a list of ambitions and aspirations, you can expand on them. You can monitor your progress and continue to motivate yourself by documenting new developments and achievements. 8. Improve your memory. By writing down ideas and thoughts you have had throughout the day, your brain is more likely to store that information. If you learn something new, a diary is a place to store the details, but as you recover those facts and write them down, your brain will make stronger connections with that information and you will have an easier time recalling it. read more