Remember the sixties mantra, “What’s your story, man?” It resonated because your story was important. Your story reflected who you were and who you wanted to be. It was the story of why you were here, right now in this park, at this concert, in this party. Your story could be your family and your … Continue reading What’s Your Story?
Journaling can help your grieving process.
create your own personal map. I am a traveler and create travel journals so I am drawn to the idea of a map. But you may have other ways to explain and describe your path, road, journey and ultimate destination.
Changing your story can change your life. And transformative journaling is one of the best ways to do it.
Is there a difference between scribbling down all that is bothering you and actually doing something about it? Yes there is, read my blog post on Writers Fun Zone – How telling your Story Today can Change your Tomorrow. Sign up for the 8 class teachable course now. Contact me to participate in the 8-week … Continue reading More about Journaling
After Tidying Everything Up Write Everything Down You cleaned and purged. Every item in your house now brings unimaginable joy. What about everything in your life? Today you have the opportunity to create the next big improvement in your life – your story. Are you telling the right story? When you tidy up – did you notice that each … Continue reading Telling Your Story
I hate X, I have hated X from the day she walked into the cafeteria. How do I dislike her, let me count the ways. There is no question that writing down your best revenge schemes is a delicious way to pass a dreary winter afternoon. But all that writing can lead to so much more. Obviously … Continue reading Good Reasons to Keep Journaling