8 Ways to Stop Thinking About Journaling and Actually Start Journaling We’ve talked before about the power of journaling. Setting aside some dedicated time to meditate on and write about your life—and your job—can not only help you keep a record of your day-to-day and keep track of things you want to remember, but can actually help you deal with tough situations, think toward the future, dig up new ideas, and more. But it’s one thing to want to start journaling, and another to actually do it. We’re busy people, after all. With everything already on our plates, how can we dedicate time to sitting down and writing each day? The first step is redefining what “journaling” is.
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Five Ways to Flourish in Journaling Good journaling is not just an exercise in introspection, but a pathway for joy — and a powerful tool in the hands of love. Perhaps you’re sold on the potential spiritual value of the discipline of journaling, but you just don’t know how to get going, or keep going. Make It Yours It can be helpful to hear that there’s essentially no wrong way to go about it, and no real rules for it, but that it’s something you can really make your own. Terrorism News, Research and Analysis - The Conversation The new head of Oxford university says it did but while some took post-tragedy patriotism too far, others were pursuing an old agenda. A war of words is being waged on social media by terrorist groups trying to recruit Australian teenagers to join the fight in the Middle East. Quizzed about last week's sensational cabinet leak, Tony Abbott says people around Parliament House want to focus on "process but the public want the government to focus on "outcomes". A number of countries – including Canada, France, the US and the UK – allow for the deprivation of citizenship on national security grounds.
A Geek's Guide to Budgeting Hobbies A professor once told me his trick to happiness: treat your hobby like a career, but more important. Those of us who eat up all types of hobbies—from comics to video games to DIY projects—know that a good hobby can be one of the most enriching parts of life, but they can also require a lot of time and money. Here's how to better budget that time and money.P All work and no play isn't good for anyone.
Writing Exercises and Prompts for Journaling, Prose, Poetry and Memoirs These Writing Exercises are a collection of prompts originally published in The Journal Newsletter. The prompts include journaling prompts, prose prompts, poetry prompts, free writing prompts, and memoir prompts. Jump to the exercises you would like to see: Prompts Copyright © by Susan Michael and David Michael. Journaling Prompts Sustainable food supply chains: what we can learn from Greece and Ethiopia Poverty is definitely not some bucolic ideal that we should romanticise. It is ugly, brutal and should be fought against. But there are lessons from the poor that we, in affluent (and frequently complacent) urban Australia, appear to have forgotten.