Now Reading: Atomic Habits by James Clear

Speaking of Atomic Habits, I’m 15% through the book and already recommend. James Clear establishes his “why” and credibility immediately and balances informative and entertaining writing in such a way that I already have so many highlighted passages. 

I’ve picked up and dropped unsatisfying motivational reads that are trite and boring (looking your way, “The Obstacle Is the Way”) and Atomic Habits far exceeds my expectations. 

“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”

A notebook for tracking habits and light daily journaling.

I’m a fan of Baron Fig notebooks — particularly their cover and page quality, the dot grid layout that’s conducive for writing or drawing, and their distinctive fabric bookmark. This notebook, which ships in January, is based on James Clear’s book Atomic Habits and features 12 habit pages to track your frequency and a one-line-per-day journaling page that hopefully minimizes friction when reflecting on your day. $24.