Writing Wednesday: How your journaling evolves over time

Journaling by the river

Different styles of journaling suit different phases of life. For example when you have plenty of time, you can write page after page. But when life gets busy, your journal may take on a more matter-of-fact form. Here are some different ways to journal that may better suit certain phases of your life: Working-it-out journaling: […]

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Writing Wednesday: CPS’s review of the Textagenda page per day planner

CPS won a Textagenda academic year page per day planner in our Noir planners giveaway this summer. She has been enjoying using it for journaling and as a daily record. Here is what she had to say about it: Many thanks–I won a blue version of the planner and adore it! The paper weight and […]

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Daily Journaling Prompts for September 2017

Continuing our series on daily journaling prompts, here is a list of journaling topics for every day in September! This gives everyone some new ideas for journaling, and can help take the pressure off to think of something to journal about every day, especially for folks doing our Page Per Day Challenge. This month’s theme […]

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Writing Wednesday: Structured journaling for daily inspiration

It’s not always easy to think of what to journal about every day. We all know that journaling is good for you, but sometimes our day to day lives don’t seem noteworthy enough to write about every day. Or we don’t always feel inspired daily. How do you journal when you don’t know what to […]

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J.T. Ellison’s “So Close the Hand of Death”

J.T. Ellison is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of seventeen critically acclaimed novels.  One series of thrillers stars Nashville homicide detective Lt. Taylor Jackson, who hunts down serial killers – sometimes with the help of her love interest, FBI profiler Dr. John Baldwin. It was a thrill for me to read this passage in chapter […]

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Jacques Herbin 1798 Ink – “Amethyste De L’Oural”

For the last five years, J. Herbin (now “Herbin”) has introduced a new 1670 ink over the summer.  1670 inks are known for their deep, rich colors and gold sheen. This year, Herbin is introducing a new color and a new collection:  Jacques Herbin 1798 Ink.  The color chosen to inaugurated the collection is “Amethyste […]

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