Category Archives: Prose

Journal Writing for People Who Can’t Keep a Journal: The Power of Journal Prompts

Next up is a guest blog post from blogger/author/photographer Lee Anne White.  If you’re interested in journaling, you should check out her blog http://www.herownway.com. Some days the words flow easily. Other days they don’t flow at all—even when we’re in … Continue reading

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Journal Writing for People Who Can’t Keep a Journal: Expect Your Motivation to Waver

If you expect to ride your wave of motivation, you are doomed to fail.  Motivated is a transient feeling that changes more quickly than your clothes.  Motivated goes away when you’ve had a busy day, you’re hungry, you’re tired, the … Continue reading

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Journal Writing for People Who Can’t Keep a Journal: In the Trenches

Today we’re going to hear from a fellow bookbinder/journal-er and mother of seven (seven!): Amy of Wren Books.  I have to preface this guest post with the information that I have a pile of journals from when I was younger … Continue reading

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Journal Writing for People Who Can’t Keep a Journal: Think Telegram

So, you’re at the bookstore and you find this beautiful blank book, or if you’re a binder like me, you make this beautiful blank book.  But then you start writing in it, and man, it is long and hard to … Continue reading

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