A Year in the Life: Journaling for Self-Discovery by Sheila Bender

A Year in the Life: Journaling for Self-Discovery by Sheila Bender

With this guide, you can reach new levels of self-knowledge and revelation. A Year in the Life gently leads you through one full year of introspective writing, using weekly prompts and topics as a springoard into your deepest feelings.

 

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With this guide, you can reach new levels of self-knowledge and revelation. A Year in the Life gently leads you through one full year of introspective writing, using weekly prompts and topics as a springboard into your deepest feelings. A respected teacher, author, and dedicated journal writer, Sheila Bender provides the perfect blend of structure, guidance, and creative freedom, motivating you to begin writing today and continue on throughout the year with zest and satisfaction. Her guidance also take you beyond ordinary journals, helping you reap more from the writing process. With the close of each season, Bender helps you analyze what you’ve written, allowing you to understand your memories, feelings, and relationship as you never have before. Imaginative, supportive and liberating, A Year in the Life is more than a guided journal, it’s a writing path to inner balance and peace.

 

Sheila Bender

Sheila Bender is the founder and publisher of http://WritingItReal.com, a resource community for those who write from personal experience. She is the author of the poetry collection, Behind Us the Way Grows Wider, the prose memoir A New Theology: Turning to Poetry in a Time of Grief and many books on writing including Sorrow’s Words: Writing Exercises to Heal Grief, Writing in a Convertible with the Top Down, and Writing Personal Essays: Shaping and Sharing Your Life Experience. She was the 2013 Distinguished Guest Lecturer in Poetry at Seattle University and teaches for Centrum Foundation in Port Townsend, WA where she lives, as well as for other writers’ conferences. Her motto when it comes to teaching the writing process is that as creators we must think this way: when you are drafting there is no such thing as bad writing, only the opportunity for good writing.