You can write about your family in a Family History kind of way. Or in a My Family is So Crazy kind of way. Both work for me, and here are a few ideas for both. Prompts for Writing about Your Family: What makes you family different? What do you love about them? What
I had so much fun doing my presentation on journaling last night (huge thank you to all who showed up!) that I wanted to dedicate the next few posts to some ideas on journaling. We started the evening talking about all the ways that journaling benefits us. Basically it’s a miracle drug. “Writing about
Hey All! I’ll be hosting a journaling presentation/workshop on Monday, July 31st at 6:30 at Willard. I’d love to see you there. Below is the flier with more details. And you can expect some journaling tips to come your way on this blog in the next month!
Before I was a writer, I was a musician (I still am). Of all the arts, I think music is the one that best understands that non-glamorous word: Consistency. You’re not going to learn that song if you don’t sit your butt down (almost) every day and play. You’re not going to improve your
“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.” ~Joan Didion I’ve been doing a little research into a journaling workshop I’ll be doing later this summer. As I’ve buzzed around the internet, there are a