Dan Johnson

Creative Guide To Journal Writing

The Creative Guide to Journal Writing is a personal gateway to developing a journal of your own; interlaced with private thoughts, ideas, stories, and the ramblings of life. Once you get the journal “habit” — and experience the immense personal satisfaction it brings — you will discover your journal is an essential part of your life. Your journal will provide you with insights into “hang-ups” and stumbling blocks to success, unravel the essence of dreams, and afford you a sometimes turbulent path to reveal your hidden fears and secret desires.

The Creative Guide to Journal Writing is a unique approach to this proven channel to personal growth. Found within its pages is a simplified method for keeping a journal. One showing that it is not only easy to write your own journal, but it’s also a wonderful process for tapping your hidden creative powers. With the assistance of eleven simple exercises, designed to aid in the writing process, the Creative Guide to Journal Writing will support you in analyzing the patterns of behavior in your life; help you overcome “writers block”; and craft within you a more creative and perceptive person.
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    ViktoriaWildRoseshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths

    The book contains many deep thoughts.

    b2801023997shared an impression3 years ago
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot

    Inspiring and worthwhile!

    Ольга Алексееваshared an impression5 years ago

    Очень понравилось! Вдохновляющее практическое руководство для желающих вести личные дневники, а также для начинающих писателей.


    Marcie Mata Dhas quoted8 months ago
    To facilitate this process of introspection we might ask ourselves:
    What have I learned about myself recently?
    What event is of most importance to remember?
    What event would I like to forget?
    How do I feel about myself and the people who share in my life?
    Kapil Goelhas quotedlast year
    If there are three words that most adequately describe the journal writing process and the evolution of personal change, they would be – humanistic, creative, and observant.
    Kapil Goelhas quotedlast year
    The primary form of writing in the journal is flow writing

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