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Earth Day Journaling

Earth Day Journaling by Lynda Monk, Director, IAJW.org   May the Earth support you to ground into the beauty and nature of who you really are.   May you give to her, our Great Mother, your very best and allow her to share her gifts with you.   Soar, spread your wings. Rest, feel your ... Read More >>

2021-04-22T20:06:23-07:00April 22nd, 2021|From the Pages of My Journal|

Pandemic Journaling for Resilience

The Pandemic Journaling Project  You may have heard of "The Pandemic Journaling Project", it has been circulating in the media, including within social media communities.  This is a fascinating project! You can read more about it in this recent article in the New York Times . The article reads... ‘Right Now Feels So Long and Without ... Read More >>

2021-04-05T11:28:53-07:00April 4th, 2021|About Journal Writing|

Year End Journaling Prompts

There is wisdom and well-being that is cultivated through the act of regular self-reflection.  The end of one year and the cusp of a new one is an especially potent time for self-reflection through journaling. This week I have been spending time each morning with a cup of coffee, my journal, flickering candles and the ... Read More >>

2020-12-30T13:11:25-08:00December 30th, 2020|Journal Writing Prompts|

Journaling for Self Care

Journaling for Self-Care by Nicolle Nattrass, IAJW.org Journal Council Expert There are many reasons we can choose to journal. Perhaps we are trying to gain clarity, solve a problem, or nourish our creative self-expression. Many people journal to improve their health and well-being. This where journaling for self care, replenishment, healing and renewal ... Read More >>

2021-05-31T12:41:46-07:00December 12th, 2020|Creative Journaling|