9 thoughts on “What will you do in your Journal?

  1. I have been keeping written journals since I was a kid. My favorite kind is just a yellow pad to help me process my thoughts on paper. In the last 2 years, I have been trying to incorporate drawings or doodles into my journals. I like your suggestions from Mr Kloen on what to write about – some interesting subjects to put on paper. Thank you for sharing this post! 😃

    1. Thank you for sharing Jill. I’m finally responding! I like to use my current journal which I make (using Coptic stitch technique) for responding to several categories each day. For example: what was good about yesterday, what could make today better, spiritual insight, favorite quote, planning/organizing for weekly post to WP, IG, and current artwork ideas. If u get stuck, Austen Kloen’s ideas help get things started😉🔺

  2. Great ideas here! I can very much relate to the track you took in your journals over the years. A few years back I found a journal my best friend and I wrote in when we were in tenth grade, and it’s basically the same as what you stated here: “crazy emotions regarding boys, and all about my best friends and our insane gossip and worry about everyone.” Right on the money for us, too!

    I wrote in my journals until about 5 years ago; at that time I discovered art journaling, and I’ve found that it’s exactly what I’ve always needed. I love being able to write exactly what I’m feeling, even if it’s messy or awful, and then cover it all up with paint and collage!

      1. Thank you! I have not yet participated in Life Book, but have heard wonderful things about it! I have wanted to do something like that, but with my current job being so challenging (and so stressful!), I’m not sure if I’d be able to keep up! 😉

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