Writing your life journaling and journal making

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Writing your life journaling and journal making

  1. One bit at a time
  2.  Practice in writing Something you do for your Mother Something you brag about Something you leave lying around
  3.  A place to go QuickTime™ and a decompressor Something youare needed to see this picture.  do for yourself
  4.  There aren’t a lot of rules to journaling No right way versus a wrong way But people have written books on the subject, so what are they saying?
  5.  Creating an awareness of your feelings, ideas and thoughts. A process for making decisions A way to remember the details of your life
  6.  Different people like different tools Different pens Different books
  7.  No shoulds No rules No have-to’s
  8.  I had always loved writing, even doodling. Notebooks and pens made me happy. But it wasn’t until I took her class that I came to understand journaling was a “real thing”. I learned I wasn’t weird or out in left-field somewhere because I liked to write for pleasure and not just always “stories”.
  9. To validate means to prove well to justify to make relevant or meaningfulIt is life-giving
  10.  Lists Pictures Charts or diagrams Dialogues Letters Portraits Different Points of View Poetry
  11.  I remember when… I can’t forget… I used to love… I wonder why… I loved seeing… I am sad thinking about… I was so happy… When I have time… When I grow up…
  12.  Favorite passages, phrases, or words Quotations of others What are they saying to you? Why do you like them?
  13. I hear and I forget; I see and I remember;I write and I understand.
  14.  I invite you to find a place to go with all your emotions, questions, and ideas. I invite you to write about the bad days till you can see where the trouble began. I invite you to write when you feel “out of it” and are in confusion. I invite you to write when paper can hardly contain your joy. I invite you to write to discover more about yourself!
  15. Using a composition book

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