Our night thoughts might sometimes sound weird. They can be tricky to share with friends or family; they need us to be a certain way. We don’t want to frighten them, yet at the same time, we have to give our deeper selves some attention too. We need a journal to hold the wayward, peculiar yet important parts of our minds, so they are waiting for us when we are next ready for them. In the morning, we will be – once more – well-meaning partners, devoted parents, diligent colleagues. But the record of our nocturnal thoughts will keep us safely connected to our more complete and sincere selves.
A5 Linen bound notebook
210 x 148 mm
100g Munken paper with printed dot grid
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