The LIFE book records information that you want to keep and reflect on from year to year, like life goals, life events, birthdays and anniversaries.
100 wishes list
Here’s where you list 100 things you'd like to try at least once. This helps you rethink your whole approach to life. Feel free to write whatever you like, from the most serious things to the most trivial.
Personal motto list
Are there certain quotes that will remain etched in your memory for a lifetime? Write down your beliefs, ideals and resolutions, as reminders and inspirations.
If you have your own household, this is the ideal space to log household data. The year is customizable, so you can start your log at any time.
List of anniversaries
The more anniversaries you have, the richer your life will be. This section is also handy for noting down warranty expiration dates for household appliances. We’ve also listed some quirky anniversaries that make fun conversation-starters.
Map of Japan/The World
Here you can map the places you’ve traveled to and lived in. It’s handy for logging dates, locations, companions and so on. You can also note down places you’d like to visit.
Chronicles aren’t just for historical characters. Record what's happening to you and your family. If you’re a new parent, this is the ideal place to track your baby’s development.
The family tree is also the path that the family has taken. You can add in your partner’s relatives, and pets too. You can even draw in family crests. These are surprisingly easy to lose track of, so your notes will be really useful.
Password hint list
Here’s where you can document your ever-expanding list of passwords. For security reasons, it’s best not to write them out in full, so just put down hints to remind you.
- 100 wishes list
- Life’s dream
- Personal motto list
- Life plan
- List of anniversaries
- Map of Japan/the world
- My chronicle
- Family tree
- Emergency contact list
- Password hint list
- Financial management
- Medical record
- Favorite photos
Notebook with grid layout for extra notes
For better searchability, write the dates and titles to the left of the vertical line. You can use this notebook as a daily journal, a place to jot down ideas, a collection list, a reading journal, notes for sketches, meeting minutes, or so many other things.