Lynda Monk

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So far Lynda Monk has created 125 blog entries.

The re-launched IAJW is celebrating our 4th year anniversary!

It is important in life, relationships and business to celebrate our milestones, to pause and look back, dream forward and give thanks.  That is what I have been doing within the IAJW this past month as we celebrate our 4th anniversary since I re-launched the IAJW and took over leadership of our organization from the ... Read More >>

2022-02-16T14:38:03-08:00February 12th, 2022|IAJW Community & News, Uncategorized|

How to Use Journaling to Open to Greater Possibilities for Your Life

How to Use Journaling to Open to Greater Possibilities for Your Life by Eric Teplitz The rapid rate of change in our world can be disorienting and anxiety-producing. Moreover, we are always changing, as well. Our bodies change, our health can change (for the better or worse), our desires and priorities change, our relationships change ... Read More >>

2022-01-17T14:16:03-08:00January 17th, 2022|How to Journal|

Journal to Be Seen & Heard – IAJW Member Spotlight Interview with Paula Hagar

IAJW Member Spotlight Interview with Paula Hagar Our IAJW Member Spotlight Interviews are a way to introduce our amazing members within our global journaling community to our Museletter readers and to fellow journal writers worldwide. This month, our interview is with Paula Hagar. She has been journal writing for 55 years and I invited her ... Read More >>

2021-12-14T09:49:32-08:00December 14th, 2021|IAJW Community & News|

Heron – James Bay, Prevost Island by Duncan Elsey

This is a beautiful example of journaling in nature.  It is also an example of how journaling can become poetry, and how meaningful self-reflection is possible through stories and words... Heron - James Bay, Prevost Island by Duncan Elsey A heron skims the calm grey water, chasing its own reflection across the mirror flat surface. ... Read More >>

2021-11-22T14:03:13-08:00November 22nd, 2021|Journal Examples, Journaling for Men, Poetry & Journaling|

Hearts are Waiting by Eric Maisel, PhD + Journal Prompts

A note from Lynda Monk, Director, IAJW.org As a journal writer, you are engaging in creative self-expression that can support your heart work and well-being.  We are living in challenging and changing times.  This is being felt at both the individual and collective levels in society.  We need Hope.  Encouragement. Inspiration. Optimism. We need to ... Read More >>

2021-11-16T08:38:24-08:00November 16th, 2021|Benefits of Journaling, Journal Prompts|

Finding Your Voice Through Journal Writing

IAJW Member Spotlight Interview with Richard Bliss Richard Bliss is a dedicated member of our IAJW community.  He lives in the United States in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. The following is a recent interview with him... Why did you join the IAJW?  In my busy life I felt that journal writing, something I was ... Read More >>