journaling

I love handmade journals. There’s something about them that calls out… “I’m handmade, write in me”! So to make things super simple, I’ve turned one of my hand-stitched greeting cards into a journal. Now it’s double the handmade! And it fits into a purse or handbag nicely. It’s perfect for Mom, Grandma, or anyone who […]

The sky has been falling on a regular basis, in my home… “This cut will NEVER heal!” “I will NEVER figure out these Math problems!” “I CAN’T eat at that restaurant, they won’t have anything I like!” Oh, puh-lease, right?  I know.  In my mind, I imagine saying, “you have NO idea how hard life […]

Need to Take a Few Notes?

by Marie on February 15, 2011

I have to share this darling little notebook given to me by Katie of Gadanke.com a few weeks back at Blissdom. It was her business card, but not just any business card, it was a little 10 page 3 inch journal for the weekend conference as well. A few blank pages were included, as well […]

Recently I taught a group of 12 and 13-year-old girls a church lesson about the importance of keeping a journal. (Excuse me while I climb on my soap box.) We have a great opportunity to share our lives with our children, our grandchildren, and generations beyond if we write down the thoughts and events of […]

Tips for Journaling with Kids

by Marie on September 10, 2009

Guest Post by Carrie of This Mama Makes Stuff Journaling is such a great activity to do with kids. I love it because I am able to preserve a little piece of who my children are at a particular moment in time.  And like we all say, they grow up way too fast.  I also […]

Lucrecer from Art Slam is here today as my guest sharing a how-to on creating your own Art Journal. Her art is not only beautiful, but food for the creative soul. There are times I really do not have anything I want to write about on my journal pages. Nor do I believe every single […]

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