Take a peek at someone's answers to sample questions from the fill-in journal, PICTURE OF ME: Who I Am in 221 Questions. How would you answer these same questions about yourself?
In the era of online profiles comes a good, old-fashioned paper journal that helps you answer life’s most basic question—Who am I?—in bite-sized pieces. PICTURE OF ME is a journal of playful and stimulating prompts that ask everything from what you love about your closest friends to your three best physical features, which kind of dog best represents your personality, some common smells and sounds in your home, and what makes you proud.
The 221 prompts ask for a few words, a list, checkmarks, photos, drawings or doodles. What emerges is a colorful portrait of who you are and what your life is like right now.
PICTURE OF ME: Who I Am in 221 Questions
Kate Marshall and David Marshall, Broadway Books, March 2009, $13.95
Available in Barnes & Noble and other retail stores, Amazon.com, etc.
The Table of Contents is posted at www.marshallbooks.net and on PICTURE OF ME's Facebook page.
Causes Kate Marshall Supports
Project Second Chance, an adult literacy program run by the Contra Costa County Library system in California.