Birthdays provide a natural milestone for celebrating past and… present.
How to Journal
How to Journal
Journaling at its heart is simple. Here’s how to keep it that way.
Breathe Life into Your Fiction with Journaling
Harness the power of a regular journaling practice to feed your other writing.
5 Ways Journaling Helps You Navigate Change
Journaling provides solid ground, continuity, and proof that you’re a survivor.
10 Ways Journaling Builds Your Creativity
Journaling increases your creative quotient, breathing life into any medium.
The Magic of Journaling by Hand
Journaling by hand may seem old-fashioned but here’s why it’s essential.
7 Ways to Keep Your Journal Private
Privacy is essential. Here are some tips to keep your journal private.
8 Reasons to Journal Daily
Daily journaling is the best method for growth and emotional clarity.
7 Ways to Beat the Journaling “Blahs”
Journaling can lose its charm. Try these 7 tools to get back on track.
5 Surefire Tips to Jumpstart Your Journaling
Overcome writer’s block and move forward with these tips.
7 Easy Steps to Be a Better Quitter
This series of posts will walk you through the process of change from beginning to end.
Journaling: a Journey Through the Senses
Journal keeper and journaling blogger Nicole Rushin shares her own writing processes.
Digital Journaling: Make the Switch
Here are some features to look for when making the switch to digital journaling.
How to Break in a Blank Journal
How we can turn the dreaded blank page into something beautiful and worthwhile.
The Art of Recalibration
Adjusting your views and beliefs based on new information is a smashing sign of personal growth. Here’s how.
Make a List (and Check it Twice)
Journaling lists help you easily organize your thoughts and save ideas to journal about later.
Take (a little) Time for Journaling
Journaling can keep you grounded during this tumultuous season.
Hidden Wisdom and Letters to the Self
Access hidden wisdom by crafting unsent letters to yourself. Trippy, I know.
Journaling Your Worries Away
Use your journal as a private confessional to lighten your load.
Night Terrors and Skeletons in the Closet
Some of the scariest monsters we face every day are the ones in our heads.
I’m Kristin – welcome to Journaling Saves. If you’re new to the site, start here for the grand tour. Thanks for coming!