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Journaling is a powerful tool to raise our self-awareness, wellness and creative self-expression. Below is a beautiful co-created infographic. Lynda Monk of the IAJW (International Association for Journal Writing) and Emma- Louise Elsey of The ... Read More >>
Book Review by Mary Ann Moore About the Book There are many benefits to journaling as the editors and writers of this new, comprehensive collection, Transformational Journaling for Coaches, Therapists, and Clients (Routledge, 2021) illustrate. ... Read More >>
Check out my recent interview with KATU TV from Portland, Oregon on their AM Northwest show where we talk about the benefits of journaling! Reduce stress, boost happiness and care for yourself with journaling. ... Read More >>
Whale Breath by Peter Allan In my previous role as a kayak guide for 15 years, I was fortunate to experience chance encounters with whales on the outer coast of Vancouver Island and also in the Sea ... Read More >>
Summer comes Wedged between the sacred cycles Of Easter and Advent. Summer comes in the liturgical calendar. Of Ordinary Times, the Ordinal, marking of a different kind of sacred. Summer comes like the pool of ... Read More >>
Are you ever curious about what other people are reading? One of the things that makes the International Association for Journal Writing special and unique is the presence of our Journal Council. We are a ... Read More >>
I am a father to two sons. I still get a deep subtle rush of feeling when I hear myself called dad. I was, as the musician Ron Sexsmith sang, a late bloomer and our ... Read More >>