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Easter Devotional Prompts
This week instead of the normal journal prompts you will find journal devotions. Being the week of Easter has more meaning than just the Easter bunny and family traditions.
You will find literary journalism in the media, newspapers, magazine and scientific journals. Norma Sims in his book, ‘Literary Journalism,’ explains “that its appeal has grown from the solid foundations of the form–immersion reporting, narrative techniques that free the voice of the writer, and hi
The Many Flavors of Journals
These are just a few journals that one might find interesting to add to their journaling routine.
Journaling Books To Read
Here is a list of journaling books that might interest you.
Personal & Reflective Journals
Bottom line is reflective journals are meant to provide hindsight and feedback an experience you have had. They are intended to assist you to grow and learn. When we strive to understand ourselves we find a greater understanding of others.
Journal Jars ~ A Gift Of Remebrance
Christmas is about the greatest gift given to man. . .forgiveness, love and salvation. All one needs to do is accept the gift. It is the same with this Christmas journaling gift.
Five Year Journal ~ Make it a Habit!
There is a simple tool called ‘One Line a Day: A Five Year Memory Book’ that is a journal perfect for those needing to build daily journal writing into a habit.
10 'Keeps' For Journaling
If you do these ‘keeps’ your journaling will become more than a habit, it will be a blessing.
October Journal Prompts ~ Wk #4
There are so many things to journal about in October. The birth stone for October is the opal. The calendula flower for the month of October. Calendulas bloom at the beginning of each month and calendula means "throughout the months." Gardeners use this flower as an insect repellent.
October Journal Prompts ~ Wk #3
October is commonly associated with the season of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and spring in the Southern hemisphere, where it is the seasonal equivalent to April in the Northern hemisphere and vice versa.
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