The best ideas come from our fellow journalers.
Here’s your chance to share your own wisdom and tips with the Journaling Saves community!
I am actively seeking guest posts of various kinds for publication on the website. This is a great way to stretch your wings as a content writer, to bond with fellow journal keepers, and to get links back to your website. Journaling Saves has a loyal and active following, so your post will get lots of supportive exposure.
Below are several options for contributing content to the site. Please read the guidelines carefully to save both you and I energy.
If you have any questions about guest posting, don’t hesitate to drop me a line via the contact page.
Guidelines for All Contributions
We love photos! Please include as many photos as you like. Photos must be resized to 72 dpi with a width of 900px.
Include a brief bio, a couple of sentences about yourself, with an optional photo of you.
Include up to 2 links back to your site.
If you want readers to be able to contact you, include your email address.
Guest posts should be roughly 500 – 1000 words. It’s a good idea to propose the topic to me before writing the post just so I can make sure you’re headed in the right direction before you dig deep. I’m happy to help you shape your idea into a relevant post for my audience.
If you want to contribute but aren’t sure what to write about, I’ve got a handy list of post ideas to share. Just drop me a line to discuss.
Download the questions in Word or PDF format:
Send your answers as an email attachment or paste them into the body of an email. Send to: email@example.com
Include LOTS of photos if you can!
For examples, please read some of my previous journaling interviews in the Writing Life blog category.
Write about anything journal-related, from notebooks and art journaling supplies to apps, books and card decks. Include relevant links. No affiliate links will be acepted. Photos, as always, are encouraged!
If it’s your product, or you have commercial interest in the product, that’s fine — just please clearly state your relationship to the product in your review.
I can’t promise to post all product reviews, but I will consider all of them. First and foremost they must be beneficial to my audience and topic-appropriate.
For examples, please read some of my past reviews of journaling tools and supplies.
Know of a great journaling resource we could benefit from? Send a review along with relevant links and screen shots (if possible). No affiliate links will be acepted. If it’s your site, or you have commercial interest in the site, that’s fine — just please clearly state your relationship to the site in your review.
I can’t promise to post all web resource reviews, but I will consider all of them. First and foremost they must be beneficial to my audience and topic-appropriate.
If you’re not feeling wordy but you’d like to contribute photos of your journals or art journaling pages, please send them along all in one email with a brief bio and a little back-story about the photos.
Email me with any questions via the contact page.