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Week One Journaling Prompt ~ Reflection
For 2011 we are going to focus on 52 weekly prompts instead of daily prompts. Each week we will have a ‘focus’ so that each day we can dig a little deeper instead of jumping all over the place in our writing.

Week Seventeen ~ Aroma
This week I want you to focus on the word ‘Aroma’ and fully understand what it means.

Week Sixteen ~ Rejuvenation
This week I want you to focus on the word ‘Rejuvenation’ and fully understand what it means to rejuvenate.

Week Three Journaling Prompt ~ Courage
For 2011 we are going to focus on 52 weekly prompts instead of daily prompts. Each week we will have a ‘focus’ so that each day we can dig a little deeper instead of jumping all over the place in our writing. This week we will explore the word 'courage.'

Week Two Journaling Prompt ~ Friend
For 2011 we are going to focus on 52 weekly prompts instead of daily prompts. Each week we will have a ‘focus’ so that each day we can dig a little deeper instead of jumping all over the place in our writing. This week we will focus on the word 'friend.'

What Is Journaling?
Journaling takes on various forms. When you google the word ejournal 2,760,000+ searching phrases appear. Therapist, teachers, medical personnel, business personnel and a host of other people all use journaling for differing reasons.

What Your Written Text Says About You
LIWC, Linguistic Inquire and Word Count, is a very interesting concept. It is a software program used to analyze written text. This program was designed by James W. Pennebaker, Roger J Booth and Martha E. Francis.

What's Your Writing 'Voice?'
Once a writer has understood audience, purpose and point of view the writing style or voice comes into play. Many believe that a writers’ personality should come out in their writing.

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