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December Journaling Prompts ~ Wks 3&4
This set of December journaling prompts bring history and special days into focus. With this prompts you will be encouraged to remember historical events as well as national days that remind us of certain things. . .like our favorite brownie!
Destiny Dreamz Online Journal
Dreams help clarify current situations, shed light on issues of the day and give you direction for your tomorrow. Destiny Dreamz has created a website that is filled with useful information while offering practical assistance in personal dream interpretation.
Do You Dream Journal?
Not all dreams warrant a journal entry. Recurring dreams, frightening dreams, nightmares and all consuming dreams do however. Keeping a journal is a good way to analyze and focus on what our subconscious might be telling us.
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.
Every Day is Mother's Day Journal
My hopes for all of you were for a great Motherís Day. The day when there are more calls made and more flowers bought than any other day of the year. This fact got me thinking about making it a special day for journaling.
Father's Day Is Upon Us
Enjoy your time with you dad. Good or bad, our dads are with us for a short time. Learning to love them more will bring many blessings.
February Journaling Prompts ~ First 11 Days
Let's begin this month with some prompts that get our minds thinking and pondering ... Starting with Super Bowl 2015!
February Olympic Journaling Prompts
I love the Olympics. The world comes together briefly to watch the best of the best compete. Win or loose, compete or spectate, everyone who participates takes something home with them. I hope you enjoy journaling through the Olympics with me!
First & Third Person Writing Lesson
Letís examine first and third person writing. Editors tend to gravitate toward books written in one or the other and their preferences change over time so it is a good idea to understand both voices.
First, Second or Third Person?
What are the writing styles of first person, second person or third person? How can you stretch yourself in your writing?
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