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Become the bravest, boldest you! Best Ever You by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino & Kris Fuller @BestEverYou @SparklesYour @LoveBooksGroup #BestEverYou #SparklesYour #BlogTour

The creators of the Best Ever You Network and Your Life Sparkles have teamed up to bring you this inspiring 52 week journal. You’ll become your bravest, boldest you as you write about your life, values, habits and more in this year-long journal. You are the coffee in the cup of life. What are you brewing? Create your own best blend. Using our Six Principles, you will take a look at different aspects of your life. Be real with yourself, enjoy the process and keep going on the journey towards becoming your Best Ever You! When you purchase a journal, you are invited to join our exclusive Facebook Group, with free guided weekly assistance direct from Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller.

Some books come to you when you feel that you need them the most, in this instance the book Goddesses at Love Books Group were shining upon me and offered me a place on the blog tour for Elizabeth Hamilton – Guarino and Kris Fuller’s Best Ever You workbook. Thanks to Kelly and Meggy for the invite, and for the copy of this 52 week journal which was published on the 28th of June this year, you can grab yourself a lovely copy here.

Many of us are struggling with our mental health right now, our minds are messy and we can’t think straight – this is where I was before I started to fill in this 52 week journal, I’ve started to find that I look forward to filling in each journal prompt section. Best Ever You is a 90 page journal with the goal for the user to embrace their selves, while also challenging them to pick apart their experience of the world around them. The journal is strategically organised into six principle sections, each one delving personally deeper, from the core of the journal user which includes the values that they hold dear, to the harmony stage. I found that with each prompt I was looking further in on myself, reflecting upon the principles of life that I hold dear, while also questioning myself if those values are actually mirroring of me as a person. I for one sometimes find it difficult at times to understand my complex emotions but when using Best Ever You I felt that all my thoughts about the weekly prompts flowed easily, for me I think it was because it’s not a complete commitment. What do I mean by this? Well, with many diaries and journals they provide like a set date, with Best Ever You, although a 52 week journal, you are able to pick up when you choose but obviously the more you use it the more helpful it will be! Like a literary therapist. I have only got a few prompts in, they range from prompts that may be simple but also posses a type of personal analysis.

Not only is Best Ever You a great journal to help both develop and somewhat empower the user, but it is also aesthetically pleasing, from the organised layout in terms of weekly prompts but also the principle order and the adorable attention to illustrative details, with inclusions of reflective pages and clearly explained weekly prompts. I think everyone should have a copy of Best Ever You, it really does help to calm the mind. With every purchase of the journal, comes a year of support from the Best Ever You Facebook page @ConversationsWithElizabethAndKris. So take a step to an honest, self-reflecting journey that will help you become the bravest and boldest that you can be.

So there you have it, my thoughts on this new self – reflective journal on the block, I can’t wait to keep using it! Thanks again to Love Books Group for allowing me the opportunity to start the Best Ever You journal, as well as reviewing it!

Until next time,
Happy reading (or journaling!)

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