One Year Mood Journal

Undated Mood Tracker

One Year Mood Journal

Track your moods with our one year weekly mood tracker. 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

One Year Mood Tracker

Undated Mood Journal

One Year Mood Tracker

Track your moods with our one year weekly mood tracker. 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

One Year Mood Tracker Journal

Undated Mood Tracker

One Year Mood Tracker Journal

Track your moods with our one year weekly mood tracker. 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

52 Week Mood Tracker Planner

One Year Undated Mood Journal

52 Week Mood Tracker Planner

Track your moods AND plan your week with our one year weekly mood tracker planner! 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

One Year Mood Diary

Undated Mood Tracker

One Year Mood Diary

Track your moods with our one year weekly mood tracker. 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

Happy Hearts

52 Week Mood Tracker: One Year Undated Mood Journal

Happy Hearts

Track your moods with our heart themed one year weekly mood tracker. 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your heart shaped weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

You are a Star! One Year Mood Tracker Journal

Retro 90s Style Mood Tracker Fuschia

You are a Star! One Year Mood Tracker Journal

Calling all 90s kids! Do you miss your trapper keeper, bubble tape, and Saturday morning cartoons? You'll feel right at home flipping through the pages of our one year mood tracker journal. Our design is straight up 90s nostalgia, with bubble letter headings and for the main text, a certain sans serif font everyone now loves to hate, but you (and we!) felt super cool using on our families first desk top computer back in 1997. Say it with us now: COMIC SANS! 6 x 9, 111 pages. Perfect size to throw in your bag. You fill in the date, start anytime! Each week features one page for you to write down your moods and a bit of information about the day (you could even use this page as a planner!) and another page with your weekly mood chart to color in. Then, your final one year mood chart allows you to log your moods for the entire year for a visual representation of the last 52 weeks of your moods. Happy Journaling!

A Year in Thoreau's Journal

1851

A Year in Thoreau's Journal

Thoreau's journal of 1851 reveals profound ideas and observations in the making, including wonderful writing on the natural history of Concord. For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.

Writing Journal: A Year in the Life of a Self-Published Author

Writing Journal: A Year in the Life of a Self-Published Author

One year ago I had six novels self-published that were starting to get good reviews from the people who read them. After a decade of working hard to make a career out of writing, I finally felt like I was on the cusp of success. I decided to start a journal to chronicle my journey. Whether you are an author who is thinking about self-publishing or you are simply curious about how the process works, this journal will give you insight on what it is like to try to break out in one of the hardest professions known to man. Everyone has heard about the success stories of a handful of self-published authors, but they are the exception to the rule. Even if you work hard, have talent and take advantage of every marketing and promotional opportunity that is available, the chances of making it big are astronomically low. Read my story and experience the highs, the lows, the more lows and the holy crap I didn’t think it could get any lowers of self-publishing. The journal highlights my efforts to write and self-publish four novels in less than a year. It also delves into the strategies I implemented to convince lovely folks like yourself to actually pay me money to read them. Finally, I also talk about how I got started as a writer and how the publishing industry has dramatically changed since then. Keywords: self publishing, novels, marketing, money, how to, success, books

First, Do Less Harm

Confronting the Inconvenient Problems of Patient Safety

First, Do Less Harm

Each year, hospital-acquired infections, prescribing and treatment errors, lost documents and test reports, communication failures, and other problems have caused thousands of deaths in the United States, added millions of days to patients’ hospital stays, and cost Americans tens of billions of dollars. Despite (and sometimes because of) new medical information technology and numerous well-intentioned initiatives to address these problems, threats to patient safety remain and in some areas are on the rise. In First, Do Less Harm, twelve health care professionals and researchers plus two former patients look at patient safety from a variety of perspectives, finding many of the proposed solutions to be inadequate or impractical. Several contributors to this book attribute the failure to confront patient safety concerns to the influence of the "market model" on medicine and emphasize the need for hospital-wide teamwork and greater involvement from frontline workers (from janitors and aides to nurses and physicians) in planning, implementing, and evaluating effective safety initiatives. Several chapters in First, Do Less Harm focus on the critical role of interprofessional and occupational practice in patient safety. Rather than focusing on the usual suspects—physicians, safety champions, or high level management—these chapters expand the list of "stakeholders" and patient safety advocates to include nurses, patient care assistants, and other staff, as well as the health care unions that may represent them. First, Do Less Harm also highlights workplace issues that negatively affect safety: including sleeplessness, excessive workloads, outsourcing of hospital cleaning, and lack of teamwork between physicians and other health care staff. In two chapters, experts explain why the promise of health care information technology to fix safety problems remains unrealized, with examples that are at once humorous and frightening. A book that will be required reading for physicians, nurses, hospital administrators, public health officers, quality and risk managers, healthcare educators, economists, and policymakers, First, Do Less Harm concludes with a list of twenty-seven paradoxes and challenges facing everyone interested in making care safe for both patients and those who care for them.