Journaling Booklet for Traveler’s Notebooks

Hello, readers! This post is about the Journaling Booklet I have for sale on my ETSY shop.

This booklet comes in 3 editions: 28/29 day, 30 day, and 31 day.

This booklet is a digital download, so the buyer can print the booklet off on any color or weight paper they prefer.



Why did I create this booklet?

I liked the idea of having a daily prompt that helped me get organized for the month. One of the early prompts has you set up a monthly budget. This one is a big one for me. It also helps me see from month to month how much we’re spending in certain categories.

Personally, I’m not a big fan of the more in-depth and introspective prompts. If I need to get something off my check or out of my head, I just spill my guts onto a blank page.

Who is this booklet for?

*Beginner journalers who are not sure where to start.

*Journalers who like a daily prompt to fill in, instead of a blank page.

*Journalers who like having a month’s worth of journaling in one place.

What is this booklet?

The journaling booklet is a collection of daily prompt for 28/29 day months, 30 day months, and 31 day months.





Questions range from getting your month set up, activity and financially, as well as reflecting throughout the month, memory keeping prompts, hobby progress, what you read, and how you did financially that month.


Where I can find this booklet?

All editions of the journaling booklet are available as digital downloads on my ETSY shop. I’ve included direct links below:

28/29 Day Booklet

30 Day Booklet

31 Day Booklet

These booklets were originally designed to fit a standard/narrow size traveler’s notebook. They will also fit any other larger traveler’s notebook sizes. At this time, they are not available in smaller sizes and there is no conversion.



There is also a YouTube video to accompany this post. Please view it here.

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17 Responses to Journaling Booklet for Traveler’s Notebooks

  1. I like free form journalling the most, but this is an amazing idea that could be super helpful to some people!

  2. So awesome! What a creative product!

  3. Trish says:

    I’m not really much of a journal person, but I really like this this one has prompts. I’d probably be much more likely to stick with it if it wasn’t just a blank page to dump my thoughts.

  4. candy says:

    How easy is that with it being digital download. Love all the options.

  5. Jay Colby says:

    Amazing & very creative!

  6. GiGi Eats says:

    I used to write an insanely detailed journal when I was younger. Now I write to-do lists that are kind of like journals, because they help me remember what I did a few days prior or even years prior!

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  9. I love that you created this. Good luck on the etsy shop. Great prompts to get you started journaling.

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