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Keeping a Diary | Should you Keep it Private or Share it

Long before I started to blog I wrote weekly and sometimes daily, in a regular hard bound notebook and called it “a diary”. I have kept a diary for my entire life, and by this time in my life I … Continue reading

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List Writing Prompt: I Heart (♥) This

I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are [daughters] of one religion, and it is the spirit. Khalil Gibran I ♥ a lot of different things, … Continue reading

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Adding Lists and Quotes to my Diary

I love taking a break with a cup of coffee and my diary. I love black ink and list writing. That’s why I’m participating in 52 Lists in 2013. Each week Moorea posts a new list prompt, and I think … Continue reading

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On Deep Writing

This week I am finding my way back to writing by hand. At night I’ve been opening my diary and writing about this and that and nothing special. And it feels extremely good. Diary writing is something I do regularly … Continue reading

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Journaling Saves

Kristin Donovan has published an interview with yours truly at her blog Journaling Saves, check it out! During the past months Kristin’s blog about journaling has become one of my absolute favorites, and I read every post she writes. I … Continue reading

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Good writing pens are hard to find

Poetry is the journal of the sea animal living on land, wanting to fly in the air. Poetry is a search for syllables to shoot at the barriers of the unknown and the unknowable. Poetry is a phantom script telling … Continue reading

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Inspiration for writing Diary Poetry

I’ve read Diana M. Raab’s soft cover poetry book a few evenings now. I think it’s hard to say anything about the poetry itself, because poetry is so personal and sometimes even mystifying. Reviewing it is difficult. I like some … Continue reading

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Details from within – Schyyy, it’s private and I’m only sharing it with you!

When I speak of writing, the image that comes first to my mind is not a novel, a poem, or a literary tradition; it is the person who shuts himself up in a room, sits down at a table, and … Continue reading

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How to find the answers you need

I realized I had to make things; it was no longer just a hobby. It became my new anti-depressant. Lisa Congdon * What do you want next month to bring your way? What will next year be about for you? … Continue reading

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Notebook Idea: Save Quotes you like

Tip of the week: look for good quotes and save the ones you like in a notebook! Faith in oneself is the best and safest course. Michelangelo I just had this great idea when I was writing about blank pages … Continue reading

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