Posts tagged "journals"

The Great Diary Project Is Preserving Hundreds Of Years’ Worth Of Angsty Teenagers’ Thoughts

Did you keep a diary as a teenager? Does the thought of reading it now make you want to cringe with embarrassment or would you jump at the change to gain some perspective on the course of your life so far? Dr. Irving Finkel of London, a self-proclaimed diary rescuer, has it made it hi…

By: Claire Hannum / June 19, 2014

Jot It Down: 10 Statement Journals With A Message

You're an adult now. It's time to stop jotting things down on receipts and scraps of paper you found in your junk drawer. Whether you're a writer who always needs a notebook handy, a dreamer who finds inspiration in everyday life or just your average on-the-move guy or gal, your daily musings and messages deserve…

By: Katie Oldenburg / June 5, 2014

Long As A Day, Short As A Sentence

I am a very, very occasional journaler, mostly because I cannot deal with the pressure I feel to come up with a witty or wise way to summarize my life and day. But this Sentence-a-Day journal thing? I could do that! It's an easy, low-intensity way to keep your memories in check. Concise and compact,…

By: Julie Gerstein / September 6, 2011

How To Start A Gratitude Journal

I'm an avid reader of Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist blog. It's a great mix of information that can help you out in the workplace, confessional blog writing, and random other assorted ways of looking at the world that will cause your mind to bend in new and interesting ways. Recently, Trunk mentioned starting a gratitude…

By: Susannah Breslin / December 16, 2010

Write It In The Sky

Whether you prefer relaxing beach vacations or three-month treks through the jungle, it's always fun to write down travel highlights and maybe draw some doodles of that hot cabana boy. This dreamy sky-themed journal would be the perfect place to record your next adventure.

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / December 10, 2010