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Soar Journal (Notebook, Diary) (Guided Journals Series)

December 26, 2013 on 12:32 pm | In Dream Journals | 3 Comments

”In the midst of our lives, we must make the magic that makes our souls soar.” Let this uplifting Soar Black Rock Journal inspire your creativity to new heights!

As original as your writing, this Black Rock Journal combines attitude and pragmatism. Durable, practical, and individual, it features ultra-stiff hard covers that serve as writing boards, and a sun-and-skybirds cover design enhanced with gleaming gold foil stamping for extra visual appeal.

  • 160 lightly-lined pages provide plenty of space for personal reflection, sketching, or jotting down quotations or poems.
  • Acid-free archival paper takes pen and pencil beautifully.
  • Wire-o binding lies flat.
  • Elastic band attached to the back cover marks your place or keeps your journal closed.
  • Journal measures 6-1/4 inches wide x 8-1/4 inches high.

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  1. VERY nice journal! This review is for the SOAR Journal . I took a good long look at all the journals available for sale on Amazon and I picked out FOUR Peter Pauper journals. This one is spiral bound, and the front and back covers are made of a very strong cardboard that does not easily bend. It’s sturdy and well-made (no wimpy wire here!), and the paper is lined. The lines are not very dark, just enough to give you a guide. The paper also has 3 half-dots that are printed to the edge of the paper, near the top of the paper on the right side. Not sure why these are here, but it’s something to mention. The front cover gilding is also embossed, which of course will help the gold stay where it is through repeated handling. The back cover has a strip of elastic to help hold the book closed or mark a page.About the only thing I might have liked is for this little journal to be not a journal but a “blank book” or sketch pad – and have unlined paper, perhaps a watercolor paper or drawing paper, in white. It’s a great journal as it is, though, and I am very happy with my purchase.Peter Pauper journals ROCK! :)

    Comment by CatalinaThePirate "Arrrrr!" — December 26, 2013 #

  2. Great Journal! I love this journal! I do lots of journaling, and keep journals for classes I take, etc. This is a great journal. Good size, and the spiral binding allows you to easily write on both sides of the page. A bonus if you’re taking notes in a class or conference, for example. I’m inspired every time I look at the title and saying on the front. Great value.

    Comment by Nancy Newman — December 26, 2013 #

  3. Stimulating yellow pages This is my second Black Rock Journal purchase, and once again, if you are in search of a sturdy and durable journal, this would be one to consider. The yellow tinted pages proves to be easy on the eyes – stimulating – really gets the creative juices flowing, almost like a pick-me-up or wake up, no redbull needed :o).

    Comment by ~Luna69~ "LM69" — December 26, 2013 #

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