Monthly Archives: February 2013

6 Reasons Why I Write with Pen and Paper

When you write a story or poetry or otherwise become creative with words, do you write by hand using pen and paper, or do you write on the computer? This is why I prefer pen and paper- -I find writing … Continue reading

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Five Ideas to Write About in Your Journal

Sometimes it’s difficult to know what to write in your journal. It’s been a busy day, you’re tired, but writing will help you wind down and relax. Sometimes ideas just pop into your head, unannounced. These are usually the best … Continue reading

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Five Ideas to Write About in Your Journal

Sometimes it’s difficult to know what to write in your journal. It’s been a busy day, you’re tired, but writing will help you wind down and relax. Sometimes ideas just pop into your head, unannounced. These are usually the best … Continue reading

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Journaling

Journaling-‘Dictionary def: noun;a daily record, as of occurrences, experiences, or observations’ So, not  a diary which is more day by day  record of appointments, I mean a beautiful, full, busy collection of ‘stuff’ ( your writings, or ‘scribblings’ I like to call them) – observations – ‘ah-ha’ moments … Continue reading

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