Tag: journaling

Listening to the Body’s Inner Voice

Filed in The Healthy Writer by on October 24, 2011 0 Comments • views: 435
Listening to the Body’s Inner Voice

It’s my first day of vacation, and I’m sitting in the Denver airport on a three-hour layover. Doesn’t take long away from the drive of the freelance life to be bitten by the creative writing bug. I love these times when I can just sit back, relax, and let my mind roam free. No deadlines, […]

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Keeping a Journal Can Help Chart a Path to Your Unique Voice

Filed in Finding & Following Your Voice, The Inner Life by on December 18, 2014 4 Comments • views: 1507
Keeping a Journal Can Help Chart a Path to Your Unique Voice

My step dad just passed an important anniversary—a year ago, he went through a double knee replacement. I remember that day well. One of the things that struck me as particularly challenging was the near endless process of medical-record-taking, from the initial registration to the consistent stream of nurses and other personnel coming in and […]

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Bestselling Author Encourages Other Writers to Journal Daily

Filed in Writing for Change by on November 15, 2016 2 Comments • views: 1827
Bestselling Author Encourages Other Writers to Journal Daily

by Mari L. McCarthy I get a lot of what I call universal messages in my journal. In fact, I uncovered, discovered and recovered my inner writer thanks to my journaling practice. Journaling Helped Me Find My Inner Writer As a little girl I dreamed of being a famous author. That’s why I changed the […]

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How to Make Your Life Story Life-Changing

Filed in Writing for Change by on September 7, 2017 4 Comments • views: 1303
How to Make Your Life Story Life-Changing

by Dr. Diana Raab Writing for Bliss is a culmination of my life’s work. Ever since my mother gave me my first journal when I was ten years old to help me cope with the loss of my grandmother, I’ve used writing as a form of healing, and have tried to inspire others to do […]

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