The Daily Progress Journal is a 90-day productivity journal, which incorporates several practices designed to facilitate behavior change, character development, and personal fulfillment. The journal is designed to be used every day - 90 entries in 90 days - for its maximum effectiveness, as consistency and compounded daily effort are essential in developing new habits/thought patterns and eliminating destructive ones. '90 in 90' is a notorious term within the recovering community, as implementing anything new - exercise, diet, meditation, attending recovery meetings - takes concerted and consistent effort. As a result of completing the '90 in 90' challenge, individuals had a solid foundation that would serve as a firm bedrock for their behavior change journey. This journal was created by recovering individual, Jamie Langlois, who has persistently sought meaning in life after addiction. The practices included in this book reflect her current daily routine, which has been instrumental in maintaining her freedom from alcohol, drugs and other destructive behavior patterns.