“What is right to be done, cannot be done too soon.” Jane Austen
What is your favorite book?
Select quotes from a book you love and add it to your journal!
- Don’t feel as though you must journal every day. You do not want to become overwhelmed by something that should be fun and inspiring. Starting small is better than not starting at all. But remember, even a few words or an inspiring quote is a wonderful addition to your work.
- There is no right or wrong way to journal. Just let the creativity flow. If you are having trouble getting started or just need inspiration check our blog each week as we share tips and give you prompts to help stir your imagination.
- Set goals. There are many reasons to begin journaling. I use journaling as a way to share my faith and encouragement to future generations.
- feelings, dreams, thoughts
- hopes, prayers
- gardening, nature, birds
- travel and exploration
- simple day-to-day musings
- sketch, paint, color, collage
I’m fairly familiar with that word. I suppose I daydream often, though not so much that it would interfere with the importance of the day (unless you count a few clumsy moments when the store display jumped in my way). I know many might see daydreaming as unproductive fantasy but I have found it beneficial in many ways. After all daydreams are usually pleasant thoughts and for me has actually been a great source of ideas and inspiration. Daydreams can improve moods, help organize thoughts, and allows one to travel, explore and imagine the impossible. I’ve been an inventor, traveled time, strolled ancient villages, wandered through strange woodlands and explored magnificent castles. Just stay out of the grocery aisles!