Category Archives: journaling

Make Good Use of Your (Over)Reacting Habit

“10 Habits of a Successful Writer” was the article title in the writer’s magazine. Same old, same old, I thought, intending to skip over it. After all, I knew the rules by heart: write every day, write what you know, … Continue reading

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Journal Through the Summer (Part 2)

(First read Journal Through the Summer–Part 1) Journaling has many purposes and uses–and here are some more! ********************* Journaling Dreams Journal through your summer by exploring your dreams and daydreams. Give yourself free rein to imagine the kind of life … Continue reading

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Journal Through the Summer

I’ve received a lot of email from writers and blog readers about the difficulties of writing during the summer. Kids and grandkids are home from school, vacations are taken, company arrives. Is there a way to keep writing, despite all … Continue reading

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Writing to Heal

How essential is writing to your basic well-being? Does not writing distress you? I’ve been thinking about these questions this week as I’ve journaled and worked through the book Writing For Emotional Balance: A Guided Journal To Help You Manage … Continue reading

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