Press Pause give us a chance to stop and enjoy our life because sometimes we dont realize the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.
Life is a collection of moments – from the big, meaningful choices that change our lives, to the small ups and downs that often pass us by – every moment defines our story.
This journal is an invitation for you to press PAUSE. on the craziness of life.. Its a space for you to take twenty minutes each week to curl up to recalibrate. A place to think, reflect, appreciate, remember, feel and celebrate your life – every wild minute of it!
Our minds can be tricky and confusing places, but something incredible happens when you pause to tune into yourself and put pen to paper. By clearing your mind, you see things in a new light, become less stressed, encourage creativity to flow, connect with your emotions, develop better memory, and show up better in every area of your life!
Filled with fun questions & thought-provoking prompts over 52 weeks, inspiring stories, free journaling pages and cute/quirky/motivating to-do notes, it’s a place to reflect and remember, capture dreams and opportunities, explore ideas and desires, celebrate the highs, reflect on the lows and jot down and your thoughts, feelings and moments you experience.
Life is a gift – full of mini-miracles! So before you fast-forward on your life – take time to be present to pause, reflect, rewind and record all those incredible moments and feelings you experience. Take time to insert your story.
About the Authors
Ashleigh Powell (Ash) is a day dreamer, adventurer and always curious. Ashleigh graduated and specialized in financial planning & business management, where she worked in the industry for over eight years. She has also completed numerous writing courses through the Australian & NSW Writers Centres and is now following her passion. Along with designing inspirational books for Axel & Ash, Ashleigh is currently completing on her first novel Katana.
Hana Axelson Sahlen (Axel) graduated with a degree in business and marketing as well as earning a diploma in Film and TV. She spent years working as a TV director for ABC News before branching out into production freelancing as a cinematographer and editor, creating beautiful stories about all walks of life.