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Writer's Corner: Morning Pages 7

This piece is from a writing exercise where I tried to write an opening to a story without a character making an appearance.

It was a normal cold January morning. 248 more words

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notes from 0th week

I realised last term that my old blog system wasn’t suited to my needs any more. I’ve adapted the morning pages system to suit my needs, so below is an edited set of excerpts from my daily entries from the last week. 2,207 more words

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The Artist's Way vs. The War of Art

It’s January, so it is my annual time to reread The Artist’s Way.  However, this summer I discovered the genius that is The War of Art, so I will be simultaneously listening to it as well. 551 more words

My Personal Journal Journey

I know that for myself, my first real steps into writing were my journals. I was never talented at communicating my emotions effectively, so pouring my heart out onto the page was really the only way that I knew how to constructively work my adolescent mind through my personal crises. 718 more words

Personal

Journal Your Way Into Achieving Your Goals

This is the last week of  2016. As we step into 2017 I thought I would post again about Journaling.   I think  there is so much power in journaling and I can say for me it is a life changer and it is the one thing that helps me get myself out of a muddle.   217 more words

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Journaling: Hi-fi or Lo-fi?

If you are a fan of efficiency and planning, how many times have you done a digital search on “paper vs. electronic planner” on Google? I know it isn’t just me since it comes up as a suggested search term! 581 more words

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Gathering thoughts

“Guard well your thoughts when alone and your words when accompanied.”

Roy T. Bennett

New season starting, the new year is close by, I’ve many thing to do and plan, but I’m not getting stressed, I’m calm and letting go of what I don’t need any more. 50 more words

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