Journaling for Men

There are many men who journal. Why do men journal? Men who journal say they write to gain clarity, solve problems, to express their emotions, to be more creative and to reach their goals. This section of our journal blog introduces you to various men who journal, why they write and what they write about.

4 Steps To Creating A Journal Writing Group

About this Journaling Series by Eric Maisel Inspired by Contributing Authors to The Great Book of Journaling: How Journal Writing Can Support a Life of Wellness, Creativity, Meaning and Purpose 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 ... Read More >>

2023-01-31T15:04:39-08:00January 23rd, 2023|Group Journal Writing, Journaling for Men|

The 4 Psychological Obstacles to Writing Memoir

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 >>

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 >>

A Remembrance Day Journal Entry by Peter Allan

On Remembrance day, we join the large turnout of witnesses to our ceremonies at the Cenotaph in Centennial Park on our island. It is always a moving ceremony-often in miserable driving rain. The parade includes veterans, legion members, the police force, fire department, search and rescue, cadets and Brownies all marching in step. There ... Read More >>

2022-11-11T15:26:00-08:00November 11th, 2022|Journal Examples, Journaling for Men|

How to Reread 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 >>

Journaling with Your Other Hand

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 5 Steps of Life Source Writing

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 >>

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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