The 52-Week Journal

By The Happiness Planner

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The 52-Week Journal is perfect for those who don't want to write or journal every day, but still want to set weekly goals and reflect on a weekly basis. It is similar to The Mindfulness Planner except that it comes with weekly goal setting, weekly overview, and weekly reflection pages, instead of the daily and monthly pages.

  • Materials: Hardcover with gold-foiled logo and gold corners
  • Spiral bound
  • 251 pages of white 100 gram paper
  • Encouragements include: Setting goals that will maximize your happiness level, practicing self-reflection, mastering the art of resilience, cutting out things that hold you back
  • Start each week with an exciting and inspiring thought, then end each day with gratitute
  • Plan your life around things that truly matter with those who truly matter and strenghten relationships with your loved ones
  • Train your mind to always look at the positive side of things
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 7.7" x 10.2" x 1.7"
  • Weight: 1.03 lbs.
Here’s your happiness roadmap.

About The Happiness Planner

Happy Habits

Make space for more happiness and positivity with this daily mindfulness planner.

Maker Mo Seetubtim grew up in a Buddhist country where meditation is part of life. She understands that happiness is what we should, above all else, aim for—but it takes practice.

Mo helps make sure joy doesn’t get lost in your daily to-do list. Questions in The Happiness Planner help you increase self-awareness. The focus is on making each day a positive experience and building introspection into your routine.

The pages guide you to set goals and pinpoint problems. And they help you cultivate gratitude, focus on the good stuff, and track your progress. There are even inspirational quotes to set the stage for contemplation.

This hardbound planner is as elegant as it is inspirational. It tucks inside a foil-stamped slipcase, and includes a rose gold pen and rose gold clips to bookmark your place. You’ll feel thankful from the moment you open the first page.