Prepare to explore the unknown and report back.
Write, draw and trash your way through a series of challenges designed to expand your comfort zone.
Through a barrage of offbeat activities, journalers are encouraged to get adventurous—hug trees, find something expired and sketch it wearing a top hat, fight off a pessimistic bird, fill in the blanks, tear out pages, and more—in order to move away from fear.
Featuring interactive exercises to face the fear of indecision, rejection, impermanence, failure, perfectionism, and more.
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This light, slim and portable journal is comfortable for carrying around or tossing in your bag. Each page features a unique prompt and open space to record your adventures. Journalers love capturing memories through diary entries, random notes, clippings, stubs, and photos.
Over 50 Challenges
Journaling activities, drawing prompts, and more will motivate you to push your boundaries.
What do you want to try? Each journal features prompts to fill in the blank to create your own unique goals.
Convenient 5.25” x 8” size is perfect for your purse or backpack.
4-Millimeter Dot Grid Paper
Subtle dot-grid pages for easy writing, sketching or doodling.
Who’s it for?
Anyone who’s looking to get a bit silly and try new things.
Fun with Friends
Get Afraid Journals are even more fun with friends. Try a challenge together and see what happens!
What’s it for?
Draw, sketch and illustrate your adventures. Trips to museums, solo hikes and more.
Record your favorite memories. Add stickers. Collect tickets.
Keeping a Diary
Perfect for daily journaling after trying something new.
It’s your journal! Don’t be afraid to make it yours.
Ink and Paper
- Black Ink
- 55# (90 GSM) White Paper
- 80# (220 GSM) White Paper Stock
- Matte Finish with Minimal Sheen
- Subtle Texture for Enhanced Grip
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About the Author
Jed Stoneham, has been a writer and designer since 2005. His work has been featured on Boing Boing, AOL, and MetaFilter. He is a Graduate of the Second City Comedy Writing Program and the Second City Beginning Improv Program.