The book is divided into 365 pages of journaling. Each page has a different topic, question, or thought to write about. I was impressed with how the author was able to keep all 365 questions unique, but relevant, without beginning to sound like a broken record around day 100. The pages are bright and colorful, with plenty of space for journaling a paragraph or more. Even though this is not necessarily a Christian book, it reminded me of Philippians 4:8, which tells us to dwell on whatever is lovely, beautiful, admirable, etc. This book would be a great tool to start or end your day with a moment of reflection on life. It would also be good for someone who wants to keep a journal of who they are to pass down to their grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
My only critique of the book is that it is a little hard to get open flat enough to comfortably write in. Perhaps another edition can have lay flat pages or be bound in a spiral ring.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to journal or any one who is looking to derail negative thought patterns in their life.
I was provided this book free of charge from the publisher in return for my honest opinion.