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Journaling for Creativity.

Awareness of the ‘ripples of existence’

This week’s post looks at how you can use journaling for creativity to see beyond the obvious and gain awareness of events and choices from long ago; developing active observation to see the defining signature of someone or something by their choices and of choices made for them.

The Many Benefits of Digital Journaling

This week we feature a guest post by Sam Lytle from easyjournaling.
Sam and his wife Tiffany, devote their blog to all aspects of digital journaling, and theirs may be the only blog dedicated to exactly how silicon chips can make your journaling a more fulfilling experience (and easier).
So if you need to know something about digital journaling, Sam and Tiffany are the people to ask.
We are honoured to have their post for you this week.

Why Journal?: Journaling for organisation

This post follows on from “So why journal?”, in which I listed a few reasons why journaling is a sound investment of your time. Here, we further investigate the ‘For organisation’ section of that post, expanding the ideas and exploring their benefits.

So why Journal?: Journaling for training

This post follows on from “So why journal?”, in which I listed a few reasons why journaling is a sound investment of your time. Here, we further investigate the ‘For training’ section of that post, expanding the ideas and exploring their benefits.

So why journal: Journaling for capturing

This post follows on from “So why journal?,” where I listed a few reasons why journaling is a sound investment of your time. Here we further investigate the ‘journaling for capturing’ section, expanding those ideas and exploring their benefits.

So why journal?

I can’t, in one post, give you a complete answer to the question “why journal”, because in my notes, on this single subject alone, there are over 7500 words, far too long for a blog post. So this post is just a list of reasons and summary sentences on the main benefits. In later posts I will expand upon them.

Journaling might not be for you

There is an essential component of any journal writing and that component is pleasure. This comes in three complementary flavours, first is the pleasure gained whilst making an entry, second is the pleasure derived whilst revisiting previous entries and the final pleasure that of feeling the creative spark ignite inside you as you revisit and recall your entries.