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Here are the top ten articles for the Journals Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The 'Unsent Letter' Journal Tool
So often journal writers forget the healing benefits of writing out thoughts and emotions in the form of a letter to a specific person. Writing an unsent letter is one such tool.
2. 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.
3. Top 3 Android Dirary APPS
Smartphones are now the norm for those who journal. Below are three top ‘FREE’ Android APPS that you can find on the Google Play Store . . . check them out!
4. Reflection Journals in Education
Students begin learning to journal early in their education. The reasons behind this practice are that journal writing assists students in a vast array of areas. Building a habit, such as journal writing, has proven to enrich the student’s ability to reflect and process...
5. Rosenberg Self Esteem Test
Rosenberg Self Esteem test has been used in over 40 countries for about 45 years. Now you can take the test and let journaling improve their self esteem in the process.
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. 12 Days of Christmas Journaling Prompts
Have you ever considered writing about Christmas as a journal topic? It is a new idea to me. I began to formulate some prompts for the holiday using the ‘12 Days of Christmas’ theme and found that it was very enriching.
8. Do You Dream Journal?
Not all dreams warrant a journal entry. Recurring dreams, frightening dreams, nightmares and all consuming dreams do however. Keeping a journal is a good way to analyze and focus on what our subconscious might be telling us.
9. 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?
10. Keeping A Food Journal Is Worth It!
Keeping a food journal was easier than I expected. There were no counting calories or times of eating, just the food I was eating and how I felt 30 minutes afterwards.
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