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A 31-Day Journaling Prompt Calendar

A 31-Day Journaling Prompt Calendar

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Journaling Tips Tips for Journaling Here we share journaling tips and resources to help you explore the world of journaling through articles, books, workshops, blogs and more. We are continuously adding new resources and tips to our list as we discover them, so please check back often! To get started with keeping your personal journal, you can read our tips on how to write a journal here. We also recommend the following writer resources to anyone who wants help with either starting a journal, or maintaining an ongoing personal journaling practice: How To Start Your Own Religion If you’re one of the growing number of young adults who identify as “other” when asked about religious affiliation, this is for you. Unlike those who claim to be atheists, you are honest enough with yourselves to realize that as a human being you are hardwired to be religious, but at the same time you don’t like the standard choices on the menu. The best thing about being a young adult right now is that you, more than any previous generation, have the freedom and the resources to create your own religion. So, let’s get started. 1. Create your own scripture.

Attention, Please! What Every Man Ought to Know About Focus “Pay attention!” “If you just focused more, you’d be more successful!” We’ve all probably heard these kinds of admonishments from a teacher or a parent. Story Starters As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued. We would like to thank everyone for being a part of the ThinkQuest global community: Students - For your limitless creativity and innovation, which inspires us all. Teachers - For your passion in guiding students on their quest. Partners - For your unwavering support and evangelism. The 30 Second Habit That Can Have a Big Impact On Your Life  There are no quick fixes. I know this as a social science junkie, who's read endless books and blogs on the subject, and tried out much of the advice -- mostly to no avail. So I do not entitle this post lightly. And I write it only having become convinced, after several months of experimentation, that one of the simplest pieces of advice I've heard is also one of the best. It is not from a bestselling book -- indeed no publisher would want it: even the most eloquent management thinker would struggle to spin a whole book around it.

30 Journaling Prompts for Self-Reflection and Self-Discovery I often include different journal prompts on Weightless because I think it’s key to continually maintain a dialogue with ourselves. It’s part of building a healthy relationship, or rather a friendship, with yourself. As Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Friendship with oneself is all important, because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world.” Here are 30 prompts, questions and ideas to explore in your journal to get to know yourself better. My favorite way to spend the day is…If I could talk to my teenage self, the one thing I would say is…The two moments I’ll never forget in my life are… Describe them in great detail, and what makes them so unforgettable.Make a list of 30 things that make you smile.“Write about a moment experienced through your body.

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400 Writing Topics - Prompts and Suggestions for Paragraphs, Essays, and Speeches - Essay Topics If getting started is the hardest part of the writing process, close behind it (and closely related to it) may be the challenge of finding a good topic to write about. Sometimes, of course, an instructor will solve that problem for you by assigning a topic. But at other times you'll have the opportunity to choose a topic on your own.

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