This is a wonderful journal for all ages. The book sleeve comes off for those that want a more personalized and less celebrity-driven look. Inside the pages of the book, readers will first journal about their ancestry and family recipes. Then they will write about exercise and health / wellness. There is a section for friendships and relationships. Then there is goal-setting in general and how to journal about work-related issues. What I like about this book is that it offers ways to get better. For instance, instead of just saying "do you think you are healthy?" there are journal entries about "how can you get healthy? how can you change your diet and exercise habits?". Afterwards, there are tips from Lea herself. The writing space is plenty big, and the font is nice in purple cursive. Overall, this is a very nice journal and would make an excellent gift.