Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Wordologies {Review & Giveaway}

It's always great to have a place to write down thoughts, doodle, or reflect. That's what keeps the creative juices flowing through the brain. Wordologies gave me the chance to experience one of their products and I happy to share my thoughts with you!

About Wordologies:
The Wordologies messages energize. They nudge the mind toward focus. They remind those who see them to be mindful of health and well-being. That’s the gentlest, easiest first step to personal empowerment that we can imagine. Helping guide people to a stronger mind-body connection—and ultimately better well-being—is the mission that moves us.
There’s no rulebook to life, but each Wordologies message is a tap on the shoulder saying:
Be positive. Eliminate self-criticism. You choose your feelings and actions. Come alive. You’re worth it!
We hope fervently that these messages, paired with practical objects, provide an easy way to work mindfulness and inspiration into every day.
I love the company focus! Keeping a positive attitude and mindset can do so much for your life. At times life is stressful and Wordologies helps you focus on what's important.

Another reason why I love this company:

We believe empowering women creates the change we want to see in the world. And so we’re proud to be an alliance partner with Women for Women International, an organization dedicated to advancing women’s health and well-being by offering business and job skills training to women in conflict-ridden nations.
Women for Women International believes that providing women a way to earn a living is the beginning of a powerful cycle of change that fights abuse, poverty and marginalization. The organization brings education and resources to women who have been affected by violence and war to enable them “to go from victim to survivor to active citizen.”
Since its creation, Women for Women International has given hope to more than 299,000 female survivors of war through its year-long program of direct aid, rights education, job skill training and small business development.
We’re glad to offer a portion of the proceeds from every online sale to Women for Women International. One woman at a time, let’s support female survivors of war all over the world—to become self-sufficient, to become aware of their rights, and to rebuild their lives.
Visit www.womenforwomen.org to learn more.

Helping women around the world in becoming more successful and confident, rock on! 
What I got to Review:
I got to review the Journal Trio. 



The package comes in a set of three. Each journal with its own action: tranquility, mindfulness  and contentment. Each contains 40 pages and is made from 100% recycled paper. The coolest part about this trio is each journal has a different type of paper in it,   lined, black, and graph paper.


I know that from my blank tranquility paper I will be using this for my doodle book. Whenever I am stressed, I enjoy doodling to take my mind off things (hence become tranquil).
For my mindfulness book I will be writting down things that make me happy/reasons why I'm blessed.
Any ideas what to write in my contentment journal?  
These journals are the perfect size to fit in a bag/purse and are quite durable.

Now for the giveaway:
Wordologies has kindly offered to give one of my readers their very own journal trio. Just fill out the rafflecopter below!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I received products for the purpose of an honest review. I did not receive any form of monetary compensation. All opinions are 100% mine.

41 comments:

  1. I have had some pretty major bumps in the road of life...I would write in my journal about them and how to overcome the bad times. I would start and end each entry with scripture...

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    1. I like the idea of starting and ending with scripture. It's always great when you can find the time to write how you are feeling. It helps you work through it.

      Whatever bumps you have in the road, you will get through it :)

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  2. I write poetry. I would use the journals for that. Writing has been a big part of my life and I even met my fiance on a poetry site that I moderated at the time. Thanks for the opportunity :)

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    1. These would be perfect for jotting down poems.

      Also, that neat how you met your fiance!

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  3. I use journals for more note-keeping. Grocery lists, to-do lists, etc. =) Thanks so much!

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  4. I would write about my everything! From bad things to good things, favorite parts of my day, adventures and reflections!

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    1. Nice! It's always cool to look back on moments. Check back a few years later and it will put a smile on your face.

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  5. I would give this to my daughter to write in. I am not good at writing.

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  6. I would probably write a lot about my experiences raising a teenager daughter. It has been interesting (in a good way) to say the least!

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  7. I keep notes, grocery lists, etc

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  8. I might keep a health journal plus make daily to do lists

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  9. I would write down how I feel each day and write down all the positives for that day.

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  10. Decompressing from the day, figuring out new goals/dreams, etc.

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  11. I would write about my life so that my grandchildren could read it after I am gone :)

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  12. Hmmm, I think I would write about my last summer before graduating from college. After all, this is the last time I can really be lazy and appreciate it :)

    mluckw@gmail.com

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  13. I would journal about my children and my life as a wife, mom and friend.

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  14. Dreams or my journey to get into medical school! jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

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  15. I would write about the adventures I've gone through and the awesome things people (especially my boyfriend) say so that I don't forget and can look back!

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  16. I'm a blogger and a poet and an artist, so I would jot down ideas and adventures!

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  17. One journal would solely be for my daughter one day...my words and thoughts and hopes and experiences for her to read anytime she wanted just for her. One journal would be a personal journey, and the other I would like would be my silly, happy place book. To put down funny thoughts, silly poems, and ease my need to share my sense of humor that some people don't seem to get most times out of my system. That way on rainy days, or when I'm blue, I'll have it to grab and center myself.

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  18. I would journal about my quilting projects and my fitness.

    Deborah

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  19. I would give it to my daughter so she could journal about college

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  20. I would journal about my life with my 4 grandchildren.

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  21. I'd journal about all of the things my kids say and do that I don't want to forget!

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  22. I'd use this for a food journal.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  23. I would use it to write down my recipes :)

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  24. I would journal about my time in nursing school and keep it as a sort of diary as an outlet for all those bad clinical days and horrible instructors LOL...j/k for the most part I've had some wonderful clinical days and I just had the absolute best clinical instructor this last semester and she has inspired me to chase the dream of nursing in Labor and Delivery and/or Pediatrics :)
    nurse_mommy(at)live(dot)com

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  25. I'd use mine to reflect on the good things in my life and how blessed I am.I'd also write down prayer requests.I'd give one to my daughter,she loves to journal her feelings.Thank you :)

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  26. Anything that strikes my fancy! No limits. Gratitude, blessings, questions, ideas, dreams, and puzzles, you name it. Thanks for a chance to win this wonderful giveaway!

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  27. I've always kept journals from way back to my little LOCKED childhood "diaries". For me - writing is my love and my therapy. A few of the subjects I am focusing on right now are Surviving & Thriving Through Cancer, My Metaphysical Spring Cleaning, and Mournings Becoming Mornings.

    Did I mention I also write poetry and short stories?

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  28. everyday living-pets, job, life, successes

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  29. life in general

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  30. I would journal favorite quotes and things I want to remember.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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