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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys, Money Matters

Connecting The Dots On Money Anxiety

Money makes me anxious, specifically excess money. After my bills are paid, any money left over causes me to feel uneasy because I'm not always sure what to do with it. I first started to experience this unsettling feeling when I became an adult living on my own and then as a mom of two children. Despite my awareness about money's ability to make me feel this way, it's a topic I've never seriously written about in my journal.

 

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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys

Four Techniques to Deepen Your Journal Writing Practice

One of the many benefits of cultivating and sustaining a journal writing practice is that over time you begin to know and connect with yourself in a deeper way. I've maintained a journal writing...

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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Journeys

What about my journals after i die?

What will happen to my journals after I die?

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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Therapy, Self Growth

Four Questions to Unravel Your Life

I recently forgot the importance of trusting my inner voice. My life was changing, which meant there were decisions I needed to make, but instead of deciding I found myself reverting back to an...

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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Writers Block

Three Obstacles to Journal Writing

Journals and God-inspired dreams go together.  And journals also go together with self-discovery, self-expression, self-care, healing and personal transformation.  I am a BIG advocate and believer... Read More

Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Journaling Therapy, Journaling Challenge

7 Tips For The New Journal Writer

 

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Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Creative Journaling

Commonplace Books: What Are They and Why I Have One

Right now I have two main journals. The first one has a colorful cover with really smooth, lined paper inside. This is where I write my thoughts and feelings. It’s the type of journal I have kept...

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