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Tag Archives: journal
Suggestions for Journaling
I’ve written here a few times about journals and how useful they are for writers, for those who want to improve themselves or be successful, and for anyone who wants a more focused and happy life. So, it pleases me … Continue reading
Posted in reblogged, Writing Tagged focus, happy, journal, journaling, success, writing 3 Comments
Gratitude and Letting Go
I posted articles here recently about journaling and the idea that really sparked those for me was a comment about a gratitude journal. I started one, only mine had to be different, so it’s a gratitude and letting go journal, … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing, Rants and Raves, Writing Tagged anger, annoyance, bad parker, gratitude, gratitude journal, hospital, journal, Kroger, Kroger employee, letting go, nursing home, rage, Wife 3 Comments
An Idea Bank for Writers
One of the things that distinguishes writers from non-writers is that writers will often have notebooks, scraps of paper, and other places full of thoughts (because the thoughts simply must be written down before they escape or before the writer’s … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing, Writing Tagged #amwriting, #Writing101, gratitude, idea bank, journal, journaling, letting go, one sentence per day, quotes, writer's block, writing 27 Comments
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