I am a sucker for journal-type books. I must think my life is worth reading about. Haha. The truth is that I am so worried about getting Alzheimer’s that I feel the need to somehow document my every move in order to have it when I lose my memories. No joke. So when I saw this little gem, I couldn’t resist.
I love Q and A a Day because it keeps record of your responses over 5 years. It will be interesting how things change or stay the same. I also think it will be a nice keepsake for my kids too. I would like to have a similar book for each of them to write in when they get a little older. It’s a small book so it doesn’t take up a ton of space on your desk or bookshelf. I suggest keeping it on your nightstand so that you can fill it out every night before bed. I like the design too since it seems really fancy.
The questions are interesting and they make me take a moment to think on certain days. They give a sufficient amount of space for each answer. They ask for everything from writing down a quote to your favorite cereal to who makes you angry at the moment. Again, I will enjoy seeing how the answers change over time.
This book is fun to give a parent or grandparent as a gift and then read their answers. Although you would have to pick someone that you know would be diligent with it. All in all, Q & A a Day is a great book.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my participation in the Blogging for Books program. All opinions and/or comments are my own.