Some Personal Favorite Journal Prompts (that I have used in the past and also this October) especially when I am having a difficult time of it (feel overwhelmed, scared, hopeless, stalled)… and a gratitude list is not helping:
Page 1: Two Columns:
What am I Afraid of Loosing:
What am I Afraid of Not Getting:
Page 2: Two Columns
20 Things t…[Read more]
YAY! Love morning letter writing — above — homemade (with heart stickers/markers) bday card for my friend’s daughter, stamps, telephone card for my cousin in VT, postcard/love note for my bestie in CA, buried daybook, 17 year old purple address book — and me in my orange jammies! thanks for the must-do this week!
Journaling offers a way to unburden your mind, keep dreams alive, and spark the seed of creativity – as explored today in this DailyOM which some here may have already seen
(https://www.dailyom.com/cgi-bin/display/articledisplay.cgi?aid=65528). The writing prompts are interesting, and I am working through them. Mostly, I continue to…[Read more]
Hi everyone! If you love snail mail, you must check out Postcrossing (www.postcrossing.com). After you register, you request and are provided with the address of another member somewhere in the world; you send that person a postcard. Then you receive a postcard from a DIFFERENT person somewhere in the world. I have a lovely collection of postcards…[Read more]
This week let’s explore the beauty of snail mail. Sure, email is super efficient, but isn’t it delightful to find a note with your handwritten name and address in your mailbox?
Snail mail is a form of slow writing where tender care is poured into the experience. From the stationery to the envelope to the stamp (it’s like choosing my stamp design…[Read more]
List making continues to be my go to and I can recommend just going for it. Here is the second of three installments in last week’s prompt list:
Safe travel Thursday #michael
Abundant larder; Happy home
Laughter with Jed
Flexibility in body
Yoga Classes; Bristol and Jala
Being part of the KM community – having a community where I a…[Read more]
One of the prompts on the October video was to go back to September stessors and check in on the status.
It took me forever to realize that they were — in my journal, handwritten!
Journaling means that there is A Record and baseline to compare with.
Mostly stress is down in each of the five areas!
JOB Applications in PVD are…[Read more]
Your detailed notes are inspiring .I’m looking for, and to be, an accountability buddy. Cutting back on alcohol has also been part if my YOT. I’m much better with text or email as I can’t get the forum to format properly on my phone so I can’t see all the words I type to know if I made a typo, lol. The font is huge, but only on the…[Read more]
This module has brought up a lot around my current business model and how it really, really isn’t serving me. I started this year wanting to grow and expand my digital marketing agency. Well, grow and expand I did (yay!) but I’m left feeling resentful towards the growth (and my clients, sadly). After 5 years growing and nurturing my digital…[Read more]
Barbara, thanks for including the image and for all your joyful, raw, authentic thoughts. This made me smile:
“How can I make applying for jobs as fun and exciting as going to yoga and doing YOT homework? (Maybe find an accountability buddy since connection helps?)”
I’m SO happy that the YOT homework resonates with you and that you’ve been so…[Read more]
I have become a big fan of the shine app. Those who like Shine, may be interested in this one #truthbomb
I find shine app daily text a great (writing) prompt and supportive
Just enjoyed the recording!
THanks so much!
Key Take Aways
I am ready to cut the cord with the IFC! I will draft my
I am happiest at home, wherever that is, with Jed – the day to day is so grounding and I like being in Providence
I enjoy making treats and sharing with my friends – whether a care package, a book list or a rec…[Read more]
Welcome to the second week of our writing module where we’ll be exploring the power of lists. Many of you are probably familiar with a to-do list, yet there are many other lists that we can write and create.
List-making helps to curb that anxious, overwhelmed feeling of too much swimming around in our heads. Studies have shown that imagery is…[Read more]
Fables (short stories with morals)
Make a date with your…[Read more]
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