Quotes or scripture verses about joy start each of the 30 days and then a journaling prompt or an opportunity for art is given. For example, one question is simply, "Who are the people who bring you joy and brighten your day?" Or another example, "Fill these two pages with words or images that make you smile or laugh."
I think that after a full month reflecting on joy, one can't help but have a positive change in outlook and intentional choosing of joy (regardless of circumstances). As the publisher says, "Whether you are sketching a picture of a favorite activity, jotting down words that make you laugh, or spending time meditating on a Bible verse, you will find renewed joy in these fun and thought-provoking pages." I love the concept of this book and think others will too.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.