1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion Diary – Oct 7 2014
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Adam J. Kurtz is a graphic designer and nice person.
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His book is a credit to him and his honesty and compassion for others.
But, if he makes fun of me, cut me some slack....
signed, Adam's Mom (nope, I don't get any royalties)
First off, I quite adore his style. His writing is witty. His sketches are fun and whimsical. He always keeps me guessing about what's on the next page. I'm always excited to get to the next day. It's almost a challenge to keep myself from peeking ahead sometimes.
This type of book--the journal prompt, sketchy, inspiration-filled, page-a-day books--is honestly a-dime-a-dozen, but Adam's book is different. Don't get me wrong. He still has tons of creativity, inspiration, motivation, and wit on each page, of course. But there is one huge difference: he helps you learn more about yourself. While some pages are just goofy and fun to fill in, may prompts will make you stop and think.
In conclusion, this book is awesome. If you fill it out, you will be awesome, too.
(Also I think it's the absolute cutest thing ever that his mom wrote a review and let everyone know her son is the bomb. Cutest. Thing. Ever.)
Some examples are "text that person you met last night" or "tape a pic of yourself here" or popup ad "humor" or a page full of blank clocks asking what time is it. It seemed to have a consistent "current" computer and phone theme.. I didn't like that it brought that aspect into it because I wanted it to get away from the computer. I honestly just feel like I'm writing around the words that are already there and not working with them at all.. sometimes that's better than a blank page, I guess. I'm sure it's inspiring to some people, but I'm going to have to try a different one.