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Journaling Round-Up

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I have published a lot of posts about journaling over the 2 and a half years that I have had this blog.

Journaling can just be picking up a blank book and starting writing, but there can be much more to it. It depends on your reason for taking up the practice.

I don’t think I have ever put all the journaling posts on one page because there are so many. I think 2 posts – maybe 3 — should cover it. This is part 1!

There should be a post or two here that gives you some journaling insight — wherever you are in your journaling journey!



















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Journaling Round-Up

4 Comments

    • Dominique

      My daughter has special needs so she does not. But my son did (after we forced him too!) for around 6 or 7 years. It was a way for him to work on his writing skills. When he was four or five, we had him write like half a page a day and increased the length each year. He stopped sometime during middle school but he is a good writer. He’s not a natural journaling type…

  • Victoria Juster

    This is a great post with so many options for beginning journalers. I really appreciated that you included one for kids. My friends that started jounaling as teens love going back and seeing what they wrote when they were young.

    • Dominique

      I like to look at my old diary (the one that I can find) to see what I wrote about. My son wrote in journals every day when he was young (not his choice but he appreciates it now) so he all can look back at what was important to him then.

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