Nick Asbury releases a second edition of his funny diary, except the book borders more on pessimism and nihilism than anything else. In a world that is governed by motivation, self-fulfillment, and productivity, a 'Perpetual Disappointments Diary' is sure to balance things out.
The original version of the journal was released by in 2012. The updated one, however, is full of "(de)motivational quotes" — 'Crappe diem' being one of the more notable ones. Other features include a page for contacts with the heading 'People Who Never Call,' as well as a 'Quantified Loser' page where individuals can track how much weight they've gained, how much debt they had accumulated and how many hours they have binged Netflix for.
This humorous approach to day planner is bound to be relatable — at least on Mondays.