Is there someone special you’d like to open up to? Do you want to know yourself better? Self-discovery and self-revelation aren’t easy. With simple but provocative questions, All About Me is a great tool for self-reflection that spotlights everything your loved ones would be interested to know about you but never thought–or dared–to ask. Such as: Name a friend you should not have kissed. Describe a moment when you achieved absolute happiness. Recall a compliment that made you blush. Write about your most beautiful and your most horrifying memory of your parents. Does a naked photo of you exist?
The wide-ranging questions–from short yes/no’s to open-ended ones that probe your psyche–are personal, direct, and addictively fun to answer. The basic specs, including blood type and annual salary, are also covered.
If you’ve ever wished that you or your loved ones had been born with an operating manual, your wish has been granted. Filled in or left blank,All About Me is a perfect gift for everyone you care about–friends, relatives, mentors, and lovers. Published just in time for Valentine’s Day, but also ideal for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations, birthdays, showers, and weddings, this unique book gives the best present of all: the gift of you.Download All About Me Ebook
All About Me
I gave this to my father for my birthday, asking him to fill it out. He was confused and said “I don’t think I know all the answers about you to answer.” I replied back, “No Dad, I want you to fill it out about YOU so that I can read it.” He was surprised, touched and had to take his time to fill it all in. It was actually difficult for him to answer some of the questions and was nervous what I would think.
The reason this book is so important is that he unexpectedly passed away a few months after filling out his answers. I now have this on my shelf and any time I miss him, I can read his thoughts, from his own hand. I HIGHLY recommend buying a few copies of this book and giving to loved ones.
I loved this journal so much! When I was around 13, my mom got me one with the same name. It was created for kids, and I still have it to this day. I loved that thing. Well, now I have a grown-up version!
I purchased it with the intent to learn more about myself, be as over-the-top honest as possible when answering questions, and reflect on the woman I’ve grown into. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants an answer to the following question: “What is it that makes me . . . me?…