Journaling helps woman lose half her body weight CNN International "(Journaling has) really helped me get an idea of what my behaviors are, what my patterns are, how I can make change for myself for good," she said.
Managing your time is much more than just keeping your calendar or getting your time under control. It's also about exploring your relationship with time and how you use it. Here are ten journaling prompts to get you started.''
Sharilee Swaity's insight:
Journal prompts about time management. An important topic for any of us that are trying to get more done. Thinking and reflecting about how we use our time. Great idea!
Ok, to make this community slightly more active, I would like to ask how private is your journaling? Meaning - do other people know that you keep a journal? Do you talk about it openly, mention it randomly or keep it a secret?
Sharilee Swaity's insight:
Very interesting discussion about privacy and journaling.
This article suggests blogging as an alternative to journaling, and blogging could very much work as a daily journal tool (for the classroom.) My next question would be what program to use. Any suggestions for a blogging platform for the classroom, anyone?
Saturday afternoon, our big project was to find a photo we liked (either one we had brought or from Brenda's giant stash of photo references), paint the scene, then find something to "call out" from the photo, or from some idea ...
Very interesting combination of art and journaling together. Love the melding of the two mediums.
Journaling is useful for increased creativity for writers, documenting personal milestones and information to be used in future projects, and synthesizing personal stress. It's a terrific way to create balance in your life.
Journaling for the Chronic Journal Abandoner. My stack of pretty notebooksI'm a writer. This means I love books and writing and pens and paper and pretty notebooks and words. Also, my first career was as a therapist, so I'm ...
Journaling... A little peak from my journal again... I'm not done with this page yet, but I thought I'd share it anyway. Do you see the Cocoa Daisy stamp I used at the bottom and at the top of the page?
Remember what this cartouche signifies? That a topic I would normally write about here appears on one of my other blogs. Well this week, my subject for the weekly post I write for Dobies of Devon (the UK seed and plant ...
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