Category Archives: journal keeping

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Eighteen years ago, when I was psychology supervisor in a state prison, I led a journal writing group. The book we used was George F. Simons’ Keeping Your Personal Journal, Ballantine 1978.  I lent it to a friend without my name … Continue reading

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Serious about Journal Writing?

This blog’s page titled “Journal Yourself Into Being” contains posts about utilizing journaling to know yourself better. For readers and others who enjoy journaling, I’ve come across a Nanowrimo.org journal writing challenge: National Journal Writing Month: Write a journal entry … Continue reading

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I LIED TO MYSELF — ON KEEPING A JOURNAL

I learned something about myself the other day, while reading my journal entries from 1947  (that’s 69 years ago).  We had a “maid/babysitter” named Georgia who was pleasant and had a good sense of humor and whose favorite radio program … Continue reading

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