Writing Wednesday: How to keep up on your Page Per Day Challenge

If you are doing our Page Per Day Challenge, you might find it’s difficult to keep up with writing a page every day. It’s true that daily writing requires a certain amount of discipline and commitment. There are several different types of daily writing, and when you write is just as important as what you […]

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The Diaries of Miss Anne Lister

Anne Lister (1791-1840) was a wealthy heiress who inherited Shibden Hall in West Yorkshire from her uncle in 1826. Shibden Hall had been in the family since 1420. Throughout her life, she kept diaries in which she chronicled the details of her everyday life, including her financial concerns, her industrial activities, her work improving Shibden […]

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Time management Monday: Taking time to write by hand

    Today is National Handwriting Day! National Handwriting Day was started by the Writing Instrument Manufacturer’s Association as a “chance to re-explore the purity and power of handwriting.” It is celebrated each year on January 23rd, John Hancock‘s birthday, to remind us that handwriting can be powerful and liberating (figuratively and literally). Writing by […]

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Writing Wednesday: Author J.T. Ellison’s bullet journal in her Habana notebook!

Today we are very excited to have author J.T. Ellison show us how she bullet journals in her Quo Vadis Habana notebook! I was especially interested to see how she incorporates iCal into her bullet journal. Many thanks to J.T. for sharing with us! I’ve always been a notebook junkie. From my school days when […]

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Writing Wednesday January Theme: Personal Freedom

This is a new series we will have every month for all of 2017: month themes. On the first Wednesday of each month we will have a post with the month’s theme. The month theme is something to think about, journal about, and be mindful of all month. This month’s theme is Personal Freedom. Personal […]

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