Daily Inventory

& Gratitude Journal

With Coaching Tools to Banish Fear

& Invite Your HP into the Inventory Process


A hot little journal to facilitate a daily inventory practice AND leverage that information to create more significant personal and spiritual growth 

Are you secretly beating yourself up, berating yourself that the task really isn’t that complicated, so why don’t you just freakin’ do it?

I mean, the questions are right there, right?

If you answered yes to these questions, I hear you!

Doing a consistent daily inventory can feel as difficult as the phone feels heavy when you’re in despair and need to reach out. 

So, why not make it both easier and more enjoyable for yourself? 


This not-so-little journal is the product of my own need to combine two powerful tools. First, the fruits of a regular daily inventory. Second, the power of coaching to remove the fear that stands in the way of rigorous honesty.




This may sound crazy, but, I actually freakin’ LOVE inventories.  Seriously, I do all kinds of them all the time.

Asking myself questions and then answering them in writing has been the source of colossal shifts in perception and spiritual awakenings in my life galore.

Seriously, it never fails me…  unless I fail to do it. 

And for whatever reason, those basic daily questions were just too easy to blow off. But this beautiful journal keeps the process from becoming stale and ensures you’re getting the most from what you’re learning in the process

When it came to that daily inventory, I seriously needed some help. 

So this not-so-little gem here is exactly what I created to give that to myself.  And now I’m sharing it with you.

The Daily Inventory and Gratitude Journal. 

  • A two-page spread for every day (all 366 of them!)  
  • A daily coaching exercise designed to align you with your HP’s will and bring in other information and insights about your day that the regular daily inventory questions might not bring to light
  • The basic questions. 
  • A few other questions I found helpful. 
  • Daily gratitude. 
  • A monthly coaching exercise that allows you to visually recognize areas of strength and weakness in your growth and identify where you most need support
  • And then additional coaching questions in a monthly review for each month so you can pull it all together.

That’s a seriously potent 789-page concoction, IMHO! 

(Check out the images below.)

So, if you needed the structure of a journal like I did, and a process for keeping the practice from getting stale, here it is for you. 



When you order, you’ll get :

  • A color PDF that can be printed in black and white.  Page numbers for each month are included so you can print out one month at a time.  Just print it out, 3-hole punch it and put it in a binder.  It is 789 pages, so many people only print out one to three months at a time.

The journal is only dated with the day of the month – not the weekday or the year – so you can reuse this journal year after year. Just keep printing it out year after year. Start using it any time of the year.




This is a Daily Inventory to Take Your Life to a Fourth Dimension!

789 Pages: Two-Page Spread for Each Day of the Year + Monthly Reviews



Daily Coaching Exericise

Daily Inventory Questions & Gratitude

Monthly Coaching Exercise

Monthly Review Coaching Questions

Monthly Notes


Your Life & Recovery Coach

Madeleine Craig

Madeleine Craig

Life and Recovery Coach

I know how incredibly important having a relationship with a Higher Power that works is for anyone in recovery! And I know how challenging it can be to build a loving and trusting relationship with your own understanding of a Higher Power.

And I am here to help you do that!!

I am a professionally trained life and recovery coach who uses coaching, spirituality and Twelve-Step principles to support people recovering their faith in themselves, and in the possibilities life holds, in the face of past traumas, addiction or family addiction, so they can become the woman or the man their Higher Power put them on this Earth to be.

I help people transcend the limiting beliefs these experiences often create so they can build the life they didn’t dare dream they could have.