This would mark the first journal that I have written in without first giving it a title. I know that doesn't sound "out of the ordinary", but for me it's tradition to christen a new Dr. Nbook with a title, a quote/song lyric/one-liner explaining the title, and some sort of doodle. Then, after all this is complete, I begin to write.
I didn't get to do this today, so I skipped three pages (one for the title, one for the quote, and one blank out of tradition) and began to write. It felt really odd writing without a title in mind. Granted, the title usually fades away during the writing of the particular journal and is usually used after that Dr. Nbook is complete, but the title gives a sense of completeness to that journal that writing and numbering alone just can't give.
I did finally come up with a title, though: Venturing Past the Shore. I can also thank Ryan for finding this gem of a quote: "To discover new lands, you must consent to lose sight of the shore for a very long time."