Journaling interview with Shaynie of Keeping Journals, where she talks about NaNoWriMo and the importance of a good pen.
Blog posts and time-sensitive updates
A chat with Dolly from Journal Addict.
The site is 1 year old and to celebrate I cry about how much I love you and eat lots of cake.
Colin has been a dedicated journaler for half a century. That’s right, I said half a century. Read all about his fascinating beginnings.
When we set goals for the new year, it’s important to dream big but plan small. Here’s how to make sure you get where you’re going by putting one foot in front of the other.
Journaling lists help you easily organize your thoughts and save ideas to journal about later. Here’s some ideas for how to use them.
Journal prompts and writing exercises to help you access hidden wisdom by crafting unsent letters to yourself. Trippy, I know.
Journal prompts to help you explore and harness the power of community in your life.
Loving “as is.” Because the best kind of love doesn’t demand a warranty.
An enlightening interview with Dawn Herring, founder of Twitter’s #JournalChat.
An interview with iHanna, a prolific writer and art journaling teacher with a wicked cute accent.
An inspiring interview with Andrea Schroeder of ABC Creativity where she talks about art journaling and freeing your intuition and creativity.
A discussion with journaling expert Mari McCarthy of the website Create Write Now! Mari talks about her own path of using journal writing for physical healing from illness and injury.
A journaling interview with Jennifer of Live Art.fully, where she shares some advice for journalers, as well as her own roadblocks and discoveries.
An interview with journal keeper Kaley Henning, where she discusses journaling roadblocks and discoveries.
Listening to music while journaling can serve as both a grounding force and a playful prompt. Here’s why I think it rocks.