Spring is the most exciting season of the year. I do not know anyone who says they do not like spring or they cannot wait for spring to be over. After a dark, cold winter, people look forward to longer, warmer days. Blue skies, light rain, and green gardens are the hallmark of spring.
No matter how young or old, most of us experience a little bit of spring fever as the weather warms. The sunshine calls us to move outside and soak in the sweet smells floating on the warm breezes.
Spring provides an excellent opportunity for journaling, reflecting, and reading a wider variety of books than we did in the colder months. Book journaling creates a unique season for readers to move outdoors with a book in hand and delve into the changing season as leaves sprout and flowers bud all around us.
Book journaling combines two therapeutic activities—reading and journaling into a pastime that writers, creatives, and entrepreneurs can benefit from personally and professionally. Not only can we explore our own thoughts and reflections in a spring book journal but we can peruse the pages of good literature for guidance, advice, and recommendations on how we can move forward. As the seasons shift, so life changes in slow turns. By book journaling, we can encapsulate the microcosm of our own development against the subtle maturation occurring all around us. For many people, a book journal provides a unique opportunity to reflect on two favorite activities—reading and journaling.
Attributes of Spring
About the Site