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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Journals Site! These are the top ten articles that your Journals Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Week One Journaling Prompt ~ Reflection
For 2011 we are going to focus on 52 weekly prompts instead of daily prompts. Each week we will have a ‘focus’ so that each day we can dig a little deeper instead of jumping all over the place in our writing.
2. Beginning Anew
Making New Years resolutions is pointless if they are random phrases. Those who journal have the best advantage at keeping New Years resolutions, providing they begin 2012 correctly.
3. God's Journal In The Stars
Our journals are really a compass for our life that can lead us down the correct path and a memoir for others to know who we were, but they cannot guarantee any future result. God's journal in the stars show us a proven past and guaranteed future.
4. Audience & Purpose in Your Journaling
No audience = Lack of purpose ~ Lack of purpose = No focus. No focus = An audience of one.
5. Spiritual Journaling Beginning
Have you ever considered keeping a Spiritual Journal? If so here are some of the things I like to share with my journal.
6. Covered Wagon Women ~ A Book Review
A collection of the best diaries and letters written by women on the overland trails in the mid-to-late 19th century. There are eleven selections drawn from the Covered Wagon Women series. These accounts are penned by women whose ages ranged from 12 to 18 years.
7. Books I've Read Journal
I stumbled across Powell’s Bookstore in Portland, OR. Powell’s is a full city block 3 story bookstore with every imaginable type of book. It was incredible!
8. What's Your Writing 'Voice?'
Once a writer has understood audience, purpose and point of view the writing style or voice comes into play. Many believe that a writers’ personality should come out in their writing.
9. Song Journals
Music brings us back to specific moments in our life. Some moments are happy and some are sad. Music has the ability to propel us to tears or smiles instantly.
10. First, Second or Third Person?
What are the writing styles of first person, second person or third person? How can you stretch yourself in your writing?
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