Creative Journaling


There are many creative ways to journal including art journaling, vision and collage journaling, and more! Find lots of inspiring and fresh ideas to expand your creative self-expression within the pages of your journal.

9 Ways to Get Unstuck Through Journaling

About this Journaling Series by Eric Maisel Inspired by Contributors to The Great Book of Journaling This series of guest blog posts on various topics related to journaling, was created for a series called “Journaling for Men” that appears on the Good Men Project blog. It is designed to help everyone, and especially men who may ... Read More >>

Leave a Legacy Through Journaling

About this Journaling Series by Eric Maisel Inspired by Contributors to The Great Book of Journaling This series of guest blog posts on various topics related to journaling, was created for a series called “Journaling for Men” that appears on the Good Men Project blog. It is designed to help everyone, and especially men who may ... Read More >>

Handwritten Diaries VS Digital Diaries

by Paula Vene Smith Article originally appeared on The Conversation. Handwritten diaries may feel old fashioned, but they offer insights that digital diaries just can’t match The first time I taught a college course called “The London Diary” for young Americans studying abroad back in 2002, each student ended up with a tangible ... Read More >>

3 Healing Questions to Answer in Your Journal

About this Journaling Series by Eric Maisel Inspired by Contributors to The Great Book of Journaling This series of guest blog posts on various topics related to journaling, was created for a series called “Journaling for Men” that appears on the Good Men Project blog. It is designed to help everyone, and especially men who may ... Read More >>

The Great Book of Journaling Review

Review by Mary Ann Moore - The Great Book of Journaling This review first appeared at MaryAnnMoore.ca Eric Maisel who has written over 50 books on writing, creativity and such topics as establishing your own daily practice, and Lynda Monk, writer and director of the International Association for Journal Writing (IAJW), have gathered an ... Read More >>

The Stradivarius in the Spruce: Writing Heals

By Joan Leof This article first appeared in Spirituality Health.  Let writing be your liberator. There may just be a violin trapped within you, just waiting to emerge. “I observe them, I touch them, sometimes I even hug them. Look carefully and they’ll tell you their life story, their trauma, their joys, everything ...” ... Read More >>

10 Beautiful Summer Journaling Prompts to Connect to Your Inner Wisdom!

By Emma-Louise Elsey, Founder of FierceKindness.com This article first appeared on Emma Louise's Fierce Kindness blog. You have great wisdom, but are you listening? When did you last feel a deep self-connection, truly pay attention to you and make space to hear what you have to say? Because whether you like it or not, you’re on ... Read More >>

Combining Guided Meditation & Journaling for Increased Mindfulness

Meditation Musings by Peter Allan I’ve been meditating a lot about meditation. I think it’s fair to share that for the last number of years my meditation practice is tied to the 1st cup of morning coffee (see photo). My ritual begins by lifting the lid of the large Bialetti ... Read More >>

Part 3: Enigma Variations on Trivial Trialities by Timothy J Sullivan

Creative Journal Writing with Timothy Sullivan! Did you read part 1 and part 2 of this series already? If you are philosophically inclined, (who isn’t, really) a triad triviality may suggest a question, an enigma or existential conundrum you could explore, research, expound upon. I mean, we all have questions. Big ones and trivial ... Read More >>

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