Chicago (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
The 2013-2023 edition of Journal 10+, the popular journal and record keeper with a unique and ingenious format, will go on sale October 21. The sale date was announced by Ian Matthews, president of Chicago-based Because Time Flies, Inc., publisher of Journal 10+, which is available online at http://www.journal10.com or through http://www.amazon.com.
Journal 10+ allows users to set down a brief record of key daily events. Every day of the year has its own journal page, each with room for 11 years worth of entries. In addition, Journal 10+ contains features making it excellent for a range of planning and record keeping needs. The Journal 10+ is demonstrated by Ali Fedotowsky of “The Bachelorette” in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FalAWut5taQ.
Priced at $39.95, or just a penny a day for its 11-year lifecycle, Journal10+ measures 7 by 10 inches and contains nearly 500 pages.
“Enthusiastic users of Journal 10+ tell us it is the easiest way possible to create a family or personal journal, but they also find it to be a great tool for a variety of other purposes,” said Matthews. “Many have already filled their first Journal 10+ and are eagerly starting on the next one.”
In the high-tech environment of the 21st Century, where digital devices are dominant, it’s just possible that the more traditional technology of Journal 10+ can offer both a welcome change of pace and the ideal solution to many everyday needs. In fact, according to Matthews, versatility is one of the distinguishing features of Journal 10+.
“The format of Journal 10+ makes it simple to create a daily record of activities over a multi-year period, which means it is useful in many different ways,” he said.
Here is a partial list of things Journal 10+ can document:
-The first decade of a child’s life
-Self-improvement, diet or recovery programs
-Athletic training regimens
-Observations of animals, weather, plants, etc.
-Medical conditions and treatments
Beyond that, Journal 10+ has turned out to be a great help for seniors whose memories aren’t as sharp as they once were. Whether it’s keeping track of future plans or creating a record of daily events, Journal 10+ can be a highly effective memory aid.
First published in 1995, Journal 10+ traditionally experiences its annual sales peak during the fourth quarter when it is often purchased as a holiday gift or as a record keeping and planning tool for the New Year. However, one can start using Journal 10+ at any time of year, which is why it has become increasingly popular as a gift for new parents.
In addition to its page for each day of the year, Journal 10+ includes: a section for long-term planning, a 12-year calendar, an 11-year overview for each month, carryover pages that allow for longer entries, an address book, and a section that makes it easy to schedule and track specific activities.