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    Journaling as a Discovery Tool for Current Projects

    As I write this blog, my little town is in the midst of a Nor’easter snowstorm. According to the forecast, there’ll be at least 15 to 20 inches (!) of accumulated precipitation by 7 am tomorrow. At the moment, there are about 2.5 inches, transforming driveways, yards, and roadways into a beautiful blank canvas that’ll shortly be filled with boot-prints, patched-together snowmen with crooked carrot noses, and tire tread aplenty.

    The slippery, fluffy flakes pounce and pirouette outside the office window. The undulating, unfolding landscape is a compelling show that I keep gazing into every few sentences—okay, sometimes every few words.

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    A 12 Day Guide To Morning Pages

     

    October 9

    My reason for choosing this workbook as my prize from a WOW! writing contest was not to establish a morning pages practice but to help me reestablish a stalled one. I have written...

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    7 Helpful Journaling Tips for Tweens and Teens

    Our pre-teenage and teenage years are considered to be the most vulnerable time in our growing up. In this period of life, we're faced with both physical and mental changes that can be quite...

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    How To Find Your Way To Money Mastery

    How’s your relationship with your money? You know, your link to the world of physical necessities? Mine is nowhere near where I’d like it to be – a close friendship complete with a warm fuzzy. If...

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    Journaling To The Deep

    This article will show you how journaling has helped people, and still does. There will also be a section with some fundamental tips for this practice. Before getting to that, I want to start by...

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    On Journaling

    In 2013, my life was a mess. I was drinking heavily and daily, sitting with my mentally handicapped son watching cartoons every night until I passed out, lonely, isolated and despairing.

    By day, I...

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    7 Tips for Having a More Positive Outlook in the New Year

    There is no denying it has been a difficult year. Between a global pandemic, an economic recession, and numerous climate crises, the year 2020 is one most of us will be glad to leave behind.

    The...

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    Why College Students Should Incorporate Journaling Into Their Self Care

    Self-care is an essential part of the college experience — especially during a pandemic. Whether you’re adjusting to social-distanced classrooms, spending countless hours attending online classes...

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    Just the Two of Us

    Do you parent or care for children who have experienced stress, worry, anxiety or trauma?

    Just Two of Us (a soft place for tender hearts to land) is a new book, a tender-hearted guide on how to...

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