Goddess Dream Journal
I had so much fun designing this journal! Being able to use an image of something I created is quite a treat! Dancing Goddess is one of my favorite early creations and is so dear to my heart. The image was individually created and is one of a kind. It features my one of a kind "Dancing Goddess," with the caption, "Dance Like The Goddess Is Watching!"
I'm pleasantly surprised at the high quality of this journal. The cover is made with 10 point glossy finish, which really highlights the image. The manufacturer claims that it is scratch-resistant, and mine has remained in excellent condition. Of course, my cats haven't beaten feet across it yet.....but I'm quite protective of it!
The back cover is made from thin black flexible plastic and has also held up extremely well. The journal is wirebound and measures 5" x 8" with 80 pages. It does fit in some of my larger purses, so it's handy to carry around when I want to jot down those important thoughts and inspirations that pop up during a busy day. The wire binding allows the journal to lie flat for easier and more comfortable writing.
I realize that you can get some very nice wirebound and even hardbound journals at dollar stores these days. At $8.49, this journal is comparable to many sold iin bookstores and on Amazon.com, which range from $8.50 to $20.00. I've found this journal to be of significantly higher quality and the cover image is exclusively ours. You won't find it in any store, anywhere. The Goddess Dream Journal would be a nice gift to yourself for the special assignment of recording your dreams, and friends and loved ones will appreciate receiving such a unique gift.
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