The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens quickly sailed to the top of the teen bestseller charts, and now author Sean Covey aims to steer his readers even closer to fulfillment with this 7 Habits tool, designed to get teens thinking and writing.
With more than 200 lined pages of space, The 7 Habits Journal for Teens provides ample room for scratching down thoughts about life, yourself, family, romantic relationships, and more. In his introduction, Covey describes how he "got strength from writing," along with how journaling "can become your solace, your best friend, the only place where can fully express yourself no matter how angry, happy, scared, love-crazy, insecure, or confused you feel." Covey makes it wonderfully inviting, and thankfully, he's included the list of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, along with more than 75 inspiring quotes to help get those juices flowing.
This useful blank journal is just waiting to be filled. Writers will appreciate Covey's words of wisdom and the book's clean presentation, while extra-creative types might take his advice about not sticking to just writing: "Feel free to paste in mementos, ticket stubs, love notes, and anything else that will preserve a memory," he suggests. An excellent method for teens to continue cruising down the road toward a satisfying life, this "personal tune-up and oil change" is important maintenance for the spirit. Matt Warner