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.
Welcome to the Journaling Saves Blog! Pull up a chair and stay awhile.
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.
I read my journal at the Salon of Shame in Seattle. Here’s what I learned from the mind-boggling experience.
A fellow journaler passed away over the weekend and this is a tribute to her life and contribution.
Want to create a travel journal without leaving town? Here are some ideas for seeing the sights without breaking the bank.
The best material from the Journaling Saves archives thus far, as well as some other sites I love.
Saturday’s art journaling demo at Daniel Smith Art was fab. Here’s the details.
Pretty much anything thrives with daily attention. Your life and realationships are telling you what they need, you just have to learn to listen.
Journaling big questions is an act of bravery. But journal writing the stuff you don’t have the answers to can lead to immense growth and happiness.
Journal writing about your feel-good moments can increase your happiness. Here’s how.
I got a new work studio. Journaling daily about needing my own space was the impetus. But I think my mouthy cat may have pushed me over the edge.
Journal writing helps us honor the fluctuations in energy our minds, bodies and souls cycle through naturally. Here’s how to harness journaling to witness your own phases.
Whether your trauma is physical or emotional, journal writing provides a restorative form of self-care, guiding you through pain and into recovery.
A field trip to Pike Place Market feeds my lust for beautiful stripey hand carved wood pens. And Tenzig Momo revives my desire to become an Apothecary.