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In theory the Daily Stoic Meditations and Daily Stoic Journal are a fantastic idea. Though they are in English they are firmly aimed at a US audience. They are full of references to Lincoln, Washington and other individuals from the short history of the United States. This is jarring and an annoyance. With a wealth of history to choose from it's a shame that the author was unable to find better common reference points for English speakers.
What a pity such a useful book has been produced so cheaply as to make it unpleasant to hold and read. The pages are so tightly packed into a narrow binding, that I find it hard to hold a page open. Before too long the spine will break!! The print is quite small and insufficient space has been allowed for centre margins, so that ends of sentences disappear into the spine of the book. Sadly for me the aforementioned very much detracts from what is clearly a very useful and inspirational book, giving daily thoughts to reflect on and to use to improve our sense of wellbeing and happiness. Ryan Holiday you could have done better - if this had been my introduction to Stoicism, I doubt I would have gone further than the first few pages.
So the idea is great and the idea of mediating in small parts of stoic practice fits well with cbt. However, the truth is the lessons are simple and are worth repeating until they become habits rather than working through some of the less useful stuff later in the book.
I must admit that I eventually just skimmed through the entries. The concept of "one quote per day" sounds great at first, but there are some problems with it: First of all, most of the quotes are not very quotable - they are to long and too complex and not really like most quotes that are thrown around. Second, there is quite a lot of repetition - there is not enough stoic wisdom to put 366 different pieces of wisdom into the book. Looking back, one comprehensive book read in one go and possibly revisited would have been better for me. As you may notice, my criticism does not go against the actual writing, it is just that I did not like the format - so if you do like something like that, go ahead.