Plants vs. Zombies, IRL

Plants vs. Zombies, IRL

This is a guest post by my lovely and talented sister, Kelley. She’s going to tell you how to use journaling to keep zombies from eating your brains. I’m not kidding. ~Kristin A while back, I wrote a guest post for Journaling Saves about Emotional...
The Art of Recalibration

The Art of Recalibration

My Dad has a strained relationship with his GPS. He calls her “Mona,” and her directional narratives are usually patient. Every once in awhile, my Dad opts for a different route. Say he wants to avoid a dead armadillo blocking the road. Mona then suggests...
Journaling Benefits for Cancer Patients

Journaling Benefits for Cancer Patients

The is a guest post by Jennifer Miller from the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. Many thanks to Jennifer for sharing her expertise on this helpful topic! For decades, teachers have been encouraging their students to write down their thoughts. In fact, so-called...
Uninspired? Get closer.

Uninspired? Get closer.

Ever notice how things look different when you get in close? When you zoom in, you lose the context and an image or an idea becomes a new thing all its own. It becomes its own work of art, its own inspiration. This is a great technique to enliven a boring topic, or to...
How to ask for what you want

How to ask for what you want

We used to be experts at asking for what we want. In fact, we felt so entitled to the object of our desire that we’d burst into tears if it wasn’t signed, sealed and delivered immediately. Watch any three-year-old in a toy store if you’ve forgotten...