Lynda Monk

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So far Lynda Monk has created 37 blog entries.

How to Feel Hopeful and Inspired in Uncertain Times through Journaling

One of the things I value most about my journal writing practice is that it helps me to cultivate hope and optimism and gratitude in a world that is filled with VUCA.  VUCA is an acronym—first used in 1987—to describe or to reflect on the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations. ... Read More >>

2018-12-15T12:59:25+00:00 December 15th, 2018|Personal Growth, Uncategorized|

A Creative “End of Year” Journaling Process: Look Back & Look Forward

In addition to writing our IAJW blog and our Journal Juice Museletter for our community and members, I am also a regular guest writer for The Coaching Tools Company.  TCTC was founded by my dear friend and coaching colleague, Emma-Louise Elsey.  Her tools make great journaling exercises! My most recent guest article is offers you ... Read More >>

2018-12-09T16:54:56+00:00 December 9th, 2018|Creative Journaling|

FREE Webinar – The Transformational Power of Journaling for Coaches and Clients

On Thursday, December 13th, 2018, I am facilitating a free webinar on The Transformational Power of Journaling for Coaches and Our Clients. In 2017 the ICF (International Coach Federation) created a brand new Community of Practice (CP) with a focus area of "Life Vision and Enhancement" - for those who do life coaching in their ... Read More >>

2018-12-11T10:51:46+00:00 December 7th, 2018|About Journal Writing, Free Events & Telesummits|

Plea by Frances Balter

I love reading poetry.  I am a quote collector.  I have the words of others in my journals, on post-it notes hanging on my walls.  Powerful words inspire my own writing in my journal and beyond. The following poem Plea by Frances Balter is a wonderful invitation, as Pat Schneider (author of How the Light ... Read More >>

2018-10-22T09:50:23+00:00 October 22nd, 2018|Poetry|