Archive | October, 2013

30 Day Journaling Challenge – Information

Tweet  image by dejahthoris   Thank you everyone, for your fabulous responses. I’m thrilled so many of you are excited about doing the 30 day journaling challenge. Based on feedback, I’ve decided to do this in November. While there are some people doing NaNo or the other Journaling challenge, December with Christmas and end of […]

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How to Keep A Journal for Planning Retirement

Tweet  image by adwriter   If you are nearing the end of your working life then you may be looking forward to your retirement. I know people who’ve started planning their retirement as much as ten years in advance.  A friend of mine has been keeping a countdown for about eight years, and still continues […]

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Would You Like to Do A 30 Day Journaling Challenge?

Tweet  image by dejahthoris   I asked this on Kaizen Journaling Facebook Page and Twitter last week. I’m thinking about doing a 30 day journaling challenge on this blog, in which we can all participate together. The idea is to journal every day for a month, even if you write only a sentence or two. […]

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Journaling Exercise: What Qualities Matter To You?

Tweet  image by vblibrary   One of the best things about being human is that we are subjective. That makes us different. Unique even. We all value different qualities in people we like, whether we are aware of this or not. It’s not about people you love, but more about people you like.  Think about […]

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Organized Journaling: Date Your Entries

Tweet  image by eethompson   Journaling can be creative. It can be an expression of your creative self – in whatever way you choose.  Draw. Doodle. Use colours. Write every day. Write every month. Write whenever you want. Mix mediums and formats. Write backwards.  The Most Sacred Rule of Journaling: DO WHATEVER YOU WANT.  HOWEVER…Always […]

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How to Keep an Effective Travel Journal

Tweet  image by miscellanea   Travel is not only for experience, but also for memories. Every trip creates its special memories, and you hope that when you are too old to take new trips, memories of the old ones will sustain you. Keeping a travel journal is the best way to preserve your memories. Yes […]

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Ask the Readers: Do You Use Journaling for Spirituality/Religion?

Tweet  image by alicepopkorn   Journaling, as all the Kaizen Warriors know, is suitable for all areas of life. You can use it to explore different areas of your life, as well as to affirm your beliefs, or develop your progress. Spirituality, religion, faith – whatever it is that you call it, becomes important for […]

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Why I’m Avoiding A New Journal

Tweet image by Dolly Garland   Last night I finished my current journal. Journal #32 to be precise. Last few pages are filled in tiny writing because I was travelling and didn’t want to run out of space. Usually, I’m excited to finish a journal and start a new one. Ending a journal is almost […]

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Self-Confidence 101: Embrace Your Expertise

Tweet  image by classblog   The way you react to the world, to the events and people in your life, to the new situations, has a lot to do with how you feel about yourself. It has a lot to do with your inner confidence. Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. –          Samuel Johnson […]

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Journaling for Stress Relief

Tweet    image by drumma   Are you stressed? Stressed about work? Stressed about your relationship or lack of it? Stressed about  your children? Stressed about money? Stressed about  your life choices? Every one of us gets stressed at some point. Some of us manage it better than others, but stress is a common affliction. […]

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