“Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.” – Barbara Kingsolve
If you have no idea what a mind map is, it is exactly like it sounds – a way to express the thoughts and concepts that fill up your mind and link them together in ways that make perfect sense to you.
In my opinion, lists deserve more attention – especially when thinking beyond the productivity space.
I think we’re all familiar with our to-do lists and all the innumerable tasks that get added to them on such a regular basis.
The pandemic has changed all of our lives in big and small ways. We’ve all adapted and adjusted in so many ways. We’ve dealt with uncertainty, unpredictability, and so many different types of stress on top of what was going on in our lives to begin with. I find that it is easy to keepContinue reading “3 weekly journaling prompts: this week’s theme – giving ourselves recognition”
If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, then the beginning of autumn for us was on September 22. This transition from summer to winter that happens in some parts of the world at this time invites us to celebrate in cozy fall activities and delight in the beauty of the leaves changing colors in the colderContinue reading “3 weekly journaling prompts: This week’s theme – 🍂 planning for Fall 🍂”
A favorite ritual that has always brought me comfort through the ups and downs of life is sitting down with a steaming hot cup of my favorite beverage and a good book and just taking the time to unwind to do something I enjoy.
There are two, very simple ways you can write your way to achieving your goals:
I have been journaling off and on over the years and have definitely noticed that when I stop for awhile, I feel that I’ve lost an outlet for expressing myself.