Practical Journals and Diaries from FTL Publications
If you’re a writer, this writing journal is just for you. There are plenty of pages for writing or drawing. There’s also a section in the back to keep track of the daily progress (number of words) of your current project. With 30 entries, it’s perfect for use with a monthly writing project (or two). Here are just some of the ways you can use this blank book:
• a daily personal journal or diary
• taking notes
• recording story ideas
• writing down your story or poem
• drawing or doodling
• keeping track of how many words are written each day on your current project (see end of journal)
So, if you’re looking for a writing notebook or journal diary, try this one!
If you read fantasy novels, this writing journal is just for you. There are plenty of pages for writing or drawing.
Here are just some of the ways you can use this blank book:
• a daily personal journal or diary
• taking notes
• drawing or doodling
If you’re looking for a writing notebook or journal diary, try this one!
Going to a convention? Take this with you to use as your convention diary. There are pages to record the panels you go to, pages for autographs, and pages to write down anything else about your experiences. The extra blank pages are perfect for drawing or doodling, as well as for taking notes or writing down appointments and reminders. You can keep a record of your expenses, too.
If you’re looking for a journal for a convention, this is one you can use!
Planning a trip? This travel diary is for you! With its sample packing list, it’s the perfect travel companion. The 5 x 7 inch size is perfect for placing in a backpack, shoulder bag, or purse.
You can use it for:
• daily travel schedule entries
• a travel journal
• a writing notebook
This blank book has plenty of pages not only for writing, but also for drawing or pasting photos or clippings. If you’re looking for a personalized notebook or journal diary to take with you on your travels, buy one today!
Address Book with holiday card tracker
4.75″ x 6″ (12.065 x 15.24 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Reference / Personal & Practical Guides
Looking for an address book? This one contains spaces for names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, birthdays, and anniversaries.
Need to keep track of the addresses you sent holiday cards to…and where you received cards from? There is a ten-year holiday card tracker for this, too.
There’s also a page for frequently used or important contacts.
If you need an address book with all these features, this is the one for you!
If you need a larger address book, this paperback book is the size of a trade paperback (6 x 9 inches), and there are spaces for over 180 entries. Each entry has places for name, address, phone, email, birthday, and/or anniversary. The lines for the address entries are 3/8 inches wide, leaving plenty of room to write. You can track cards sent and received for each address for 10 years. There’s also a page in the front to list your most frequent or most important contacts. Useful for the holidays, or any time of year!
Want to start a gratitude journal but can’t manage a daily schedule? Try this one! Start on any day you want to, write as much or as little as you want to (you can easily overflow into the next section), and skip days if you need to. You can enter your goals (proposed or accomplished) and to-do lists, as well as your insights and breakthroughs. Whether you prefer to write notes, essays, or poetry, this journal can help you organize your thoughts and preserve your experiences.
My Gratitude Journal
What are you thankful for today? This personal gratitude journal is perfect for writing down your daily insights, goals, and accomplishments. You can use this journal to record your everyday blessings and inspirational moments. Start any day of the year, and if you need to skip a day, or a week, you can pick it up again at any time. Then you can use it to preserve all the wonderful moments of your life!
If you need a place to plan your schedule, this daily timer is for you! You can start any day of the year—just fill in the dates that you need. You can skip days if you wish, or leave them blank, if you prefer. There are extra spaces for notes, too. This daily timer puts you in control!
If you wanted to start a daily or weekly planner today, but it’s after January 1, this is the one for you! You can start any day of the week, month, or year. If you need to skip a day, or several days, or a month…no problem! You don’t have to leave a bunch of blank entries or blank pages. Just fill in the date of the next entry. There’s space for writing down appointments, shopping lists, to-do lists…whatever you want. If you have a lot to write down, just overflow into the next space. You fill in the dates, times, or details.
Are you looking for a daily planner and organizer that you can start at any time? Then this one is for you! Start any day of the week, month, or year. Just fill in the dates you need. If you need to skip days, you can! No wasted spaces or blank pages. There are also spaces for notes. If you need a daily planner flexible enough to accommodate any schedule, try this one!
Are you tired of buying daily and weekly planners where you have to leave large blank spaces because you didn’t start at the beginning of the year? With this planner, you can start any time you want, and fill in only the days that you want. With this planner, you control the planning!
Are your appointments written down throughout your office and house on scraps of note paper? Ever wish to put them all in one place? This weekly planner is for you! With this flexible organizer, you can view one week of appointments at a time, hour-by-hour. Start any week of the year. You can skip days or weeks if you wish, and fill in only what you need to use. With this scheduler, you are in control!
Need to organize your recipes? This blank cookbook is for you! Write down your recipes, instructions, and notes in one place. There are spaces and lines for 2 recipes on each page, all numbered so you can find them by number. There’s a section in the front of the cookbook for you to fill in so that you can find your favorites again at any time. If you clip recipes from newspapers or magazines, or have recipes written on pieces of paper, just paste them in!
My Very Own Cookbook: A Blank Recipe Book
Are your recipes scattered all over your kitchen or in drawers on scraps of paper? With this blank cookbook, you can write down your recipes—or paste them in—and organize them in one place. Each recipe is numbered so that you can find any recipe easily, and there’s a place in the front of the book to list them, as well. (There are spaces for 100 recipes.) With this cookbook, you’ll know where to find your recipes at any time!
Keep your passwords safe and secure with this password journal and logbook. Hackers can get into your computer and steal your passwords if you use “save password” features or if you put your passwords in a special file. Here, the hackers can’t get at them! Also, if your passwords are stored on your computer and your computer crashes and you can’t remember your passwords, they’re gone! In addition, your passwords will be available to your loved ones if anything should happen to you and they need to get into your accounts. Use this journal to keep track of your passwords and manage them well!
Or, this password journal in a slightly different format:
Having trouble keeping track of your passwords? Then this organizer is for you! Write your usernames and passwords here, and keep them away from hackers who might invade your computer. This is also an excellent place to record your passwords in case something happens to you and a loved one needs to access your information, or in case your computer crashes, or in case you forget your passwords. With your passwords here, you’ll know where they are at all times!
Need a food diary? This 12-week diet journal is adaptable to almost any diet. Whatever you’re tracking—calories, carbs, fat, fiber, sodium, or other units—this food tracker has a place for it. You can also record your activity or mood. At the beginning of every week, there’s a space to record your weight and/or measurements (bust/chest, waist, hips, arms, legs), your goals for the week, and any notes. There’s also a space for you to plan fun activities for the week. (Yes, you need to take time to have fun on your diet!). In addition, there’s a page of helpful hints for following a weight loss program.
More than one research study has shown that keeping track of what you eat is essential in a weight-loss program. So track your food—the results may astound you!
Or, try this six-week food diary:
Disclaimer: The contents of these food diaries may not be construed as a medical diagnosis, treatment, advice, claim, or substitute for a physician’s care. Consult a physician or other health care provider before starting a weight loss or exercise program.
Ever wonder where all your money goes? With this journal, you can write down and keep track of everything you earn, and everything you spend. Once you see where your money is going, you’ll have a better idea of the state of your finances. If you need to keep track of expenses for a special purpose (travel, wedding, etc.), you can do that, too! Each page has space for a title. Need to plan a budget? You can do that, too, using alternate pages for budget planning and actual expenditures. If you want to record and track your money, this is a journal you can use!