Health Book Structure #7: Learning Day by Day

In a nutshell: A series of ideas, inspirational quotes, or exercises to be considered/performed consecutively, one each day/week/season.

In the Learning Day by Day structure, readers are given information to master or tasks to do as they progress through the book as part of a daily, weekly, or seasonal program.

An example of this structure can be found in A New Day, A New Life: A Guided Journal.

This book offers readers a series of reflections to help them overcome grief following the loss of a loved one.

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