The Journal as Servant (Not Master)

  “To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.” —Allen Ginsberg I think as a journal keeper it is important to is define your relationship with writing and journaling. I think it can be a flexible, malleable  definition to some degree, as long as the degrees are your own. 

Journal Prompts for Getting Unstuck

  One of my favorite Journal Pals is here on the blog today sharing her own blend of journal love. My friend, Kel Rohlfe, is a kindred creative, and word girl. I am grateful to know her and blessed that God allowed us to cross paths through blogging and our passions for writing, truth, andContinue reading “Journal Prompts for Getting Unstuck”

My Journaling Roots: Books on Journaling

  Today, I’m reaching back in time and sharing my strongest journaling influences. In my early twenties, I worked full-time in the fitness field as a Personal Trainer, and Fitness Instructor. Eventually I  held the position of Personal Training Director, helping to mentor and train up and coming staff and other fitness influencers in thatContinue reading “My Journaling Roots: Books on Journaling”