What Did I Do Today?

A Record of Stuff You've Already Accomplished

A funny illustrated guided journal to write down things you've done, seen, felt, and heard–a highly personal, maybe actually inspiring, log of what's interesting to you.

In this illustrated guided journal, New Yorker cartoonist and author of Murder Book, Hilary F. Campbell invites you to find joy, curiosity, and your (maybe screaming?) inner voice.

With prompts like "seen scenes" where you can doodle something interesting you saw that day; space for your not to-do, but already-done lists (how satisfying!); highlights and lowlights of the week; petty gripes, and much more, What Did I Do Today? is a humorous anti-productivity journal that invites you to be naturally creative by writing down the sometimes mundane, sometimes silly things you do, see, and hear in your day-to-day.

About the Author

Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell is a New Yorker cartoonist, comedian, and the author of Murder Book, and the illustrator of books such as Feminist Fight Club and Are You My Uber? She lives in Brooklyn with her dog and her vast collection of Law & Order DVDs.

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