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Oneday Journals

Our products are designed to ignite passion and fuel success!

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Our mission is to create inspirational products that delight your clients and motivate action!

Who we are

Hello! We're Nathan & Elise Chanesman, founders of Oneday Publishing and proud creators of the Oneday Golf Journal to help golfers master the mental game of golf. For our corporate partners, we specialize in designing bespoke custom golf journals and planners. Explore our range of custom journals, ideal for business promotions or corporate golf days. Feel free to browse for your business or grab a personal copy right here.

Welcome to Oneday Journals

The Golfer’s Journal

Moments of Brilliance

The whole secret to mastering the game of golf is to cultivate a mental approach to the game that will enable you to shrug off the bad days, keep patient and know in your heart that sooner or later you will be back on top.” Arnold Palmer

Professional golfers will tell you that golf is the greatest mind game ever invented. We hope this golf journal will be your personal 'golfing memoir', a history of where you've played and with whom and the memories you've collected along the way. Keeping a record of your best golfing days will inspire you to play more golf, stay healthy, and build a golf journal collection of your moments of brilliance while playing the game that you love. Why not start today with a One Day Golf Journal? Click below for a discount.

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Benefits Of Journaling

Journaling is making a big comeback. In an age where vast knowledge is available at our fingertips, it’s easy to forget how much wisdom can come from our own selves. There are compelling reasons to write things down. Journaling has positive effect on goal setting, planning, focus, productivity and mental health. Especially for golfers!

Getting your thoughts down on paper helps you identify stress-inducing thoughts and beliefs that are distortions of reality. You begin to notice when you're in a bad mood or when you overgeneralize with words like "always" or "never" to describe your experiences. Journaling about your anxieties soothes your nerves and helps you brainstorm for solutions to your problems. Write about a moment or two of brilliance and you’re sure to be less stressed!

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