52 Lists Project is more of a fun wellness tool than a read, but still in book form, so here we go. I purchased this on a whim around the holidays, thinking that it would make for a great gift, and would be a fun way to reflect through the year. I have never been good about journaling, but creating lists is something that I have always enjoyed, even as a kid. This book is broken down by the season, which I really love. The imagery used in it is a dream, and really sets the stage for reflection and turning inward while appreciating beauty.
The author, Moorea Seal, gives the instruction to use this tool as you see fit; jump around list to list or go in order. I enjoyed going in order to be a lovely activity. I don't do one list at a time, I tend to dig in to many in a row. When I get into list making mode I tend to want to continue, so I do. I like that the imagery and list somewhat translate to each season, and include a positive idea at the end as a reminder to keep these lists as a part of your day. I also love that some of the lists are heavier, more reflective, while others are just straight up fun. It gives the chance to feel playful while also thinking about life.
If you are looking for a journalling resource without much pressure, this is totally it. Lists are a great no pressure way to start a reflective practice.
Catalyst for Change Rating: 2/5
Reading Enjoyment Rating: 4/5
Read this Book Rating: 3.5/5
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