Books on Writing That Are Worth Checking Out
Though the most important thing a writer can do is write, many of us gravitate toward writing about craft for inspiration.
Submitting your fiction for publication in literary journals
For your fiction to find an audience, it has to find its way in front of the eyes of an editor first. Who puts it there? You!
The Writer’s Dilemma — Learning to Embrace Your Journal as Yours
Nearly anytime they string words together to form sentences, writers have a nagging voice inside their heads asking, “Is this good enough?” With the journal, we aim to set that voice free.
Famous Writers’ Journals
Journals offer a window into the soul. Writers’ journals, which are often published, offer a reader a chance to gaze through that window.
Diary vs. Journal: Which Is Right for You?
We talk a lot about journaling — but do we really mean writing in a diary?
Journaling While Living Through History
Keeping a record of your pandemic experience may be invaluable to future historians.
In this guest post, Gábor Schandl dives into what mindfulness looks like for him, and how he uses mindfulness journaling to improve in his personal space.
Acknowledging and Mitigating Feelings of Social Isolation
Starting in March, 2020, people across the globe have been asked to stay away from one another. How do we deal with the feelings of loneliness that isolation brings on?
Balancing kids and working at home
Working from home — with kids. The COVID-19 crisis has forced many professionals, and their kids, to stay home full-time, presenting new challenges.
Tips for Working From Home
Coping strategies for adjusting to working at home. Working from home has become the new norm. How can you be most successful at it?
15 easy journaling prompts for better mental health
Self-care is a general concept of taking time each day to do things for yourself — activities that may help clear some space in your mind and lead to better overall mental health.
Mindfulness for beginners
How to start living in the present moment through mindfulness, and use it alongside journaling to make a powerful daily habit.
Dreaming of travel? Write like a travel writer, at home
Discovery is one of the most treasured pastimes of writers. Often, we think of discovery as experiencing new places, people, and things. But with a focus on staying home in recent months, how can we learn to discover without traveling far?
Become a Better Writer: 10 Writing Exercises for Adults
For those who consider themselves writers, getting better is a never-ending quest.
Parenting — Phrases to say to your kids
Children need to hear positive affirmations from the people they look up to.
How to write a diary entry — 5 tips for beginners
For those who are starting a daily journal practice or another journaling practice that happens with frequency, sometimes the hardest part can be figuring out where to start.
How to start journaling for better mental health?
Our emotional well-being is just as important as our physical condition. These journaling techniques for mental health can help you improve!
10 Journaling Prompts for Anxiety
Journaling can help manage anxiety. Here are 10 prompts to get you started.
Gratitude Journaling For Happiness
Keeping a gratitude journal can help you find peace and joy, even in times of uncertainty.
How daily journaling can change your life — Tips to get started in 2020
Far and wide, daily journaling is regarded as having the ability to reduce stress and anxiety and make emotions easier to handle, understand, and move forward from. If you are considering beginning a daily journaling practice, consider the tips below to help foster a foundation in journaling that feels attainable.
How journaling can help get through hard times
Coping and overcoming are always necessary in life. Let's look at four mental exercises to follow in your journal, that can make it easier to go through a difficult times or a painful situation.
How journaling can improve remote work
Remote work is booming. Some of us are used to it, but for most people, it's a completely new experience, that appeared out of necessity, at a time when life is already hard enough as it is. Wherever on the spectrum you are, journaling can help.