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  1. Don't Lose Your Memory: Writing the Journey Journal by Susan Laubach, 1999-04
  2. Writing as a Way of Healing: How Telling Our Stories Transforms Our Lives by Louise DeSalvo, 2000-03-17
  3. Handstitched Morris: Design for Iris, Blank Journal by William Morris, The Paperblanks Book Company, et all 2001-04-09
  4. Written in Stone - Green: Cuneiform Writing (Written in Stone Journals) by various, 2003-01-01
  5. The 5 Year Journal by Doreene Clement, 2006-02-01
  6. Gratitude: A Daily Journal by D. D. Watkins, Jack Canfield, 2007-12-04
  7. The Rewarding Practice of Journal Writing
  8. Keeping a Nature Journal: Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around You by Clare Walker Leslie, Charles E. Roth, 2003-09-01
  9. Praxis: Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 6: New Technologies://New Architectures by Ashley Schafer, Amanda Reeser, 2004-03
  10. Journal of Love: Spiritual Communication With Animals Through Journal Writing by Janice Gray Kolb, 1900-07-25
  11. Rainbow Writing: A Journal With Activities for Budding Young Writers by Mary Euretig, Darlene Kreisberg, 1991-04
  12. Praxis: Journal of Writing and Building, Issue 9: Expanding Surface by Ashley Schafer and Amanda Reeser Lawrence, 2007-10-05
  13. Voice of Her Own: Women and the Journal Writing Journey by Marlene A. Schiwy, 1996-05-27
  14. Making & Keeping Creative Journals by Suzanne J.E. Tourtillott, 2001-12

61. Promotion World: Free Search Engine Submission And Web Site Promotion
Internet. Why journal writing on the Web? In the 21st century a strange new type of journal writing is becoming prevalent in contemporary society.
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62. Managing Grief Through Journal Writing
Managing Grief through journal writing. © 20012004 Kathleen Adams. journal writing isn t like flossing; you don t have to do it every day.
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Managing Grief through Journal Writing
Reproduction prohibited without permission A poet can take all the grief from her heart
(the pain that can swell and break a heart)
and write it in fine black lines on starchy white paper. . . . from Fine Black Lines
, Lois Tschetter Hjelmstad I'm sick of it! I'm sick of sadness and pain. And I hate this journal for pointing it out to me all the time. I hate you, journal! from the grief journal of Rachel Conventional wisdom tells us that writing a journal in times of catastrophic trauma is a good and helpful thing to do. The "fine black lines/ on starchy white paper" are kind and patient. They witness without judgment, contain without confinement, fill up and become more in the process of catharsis. As a psychotherapist who has specialized for 15 years in the power of writing to heal body, psyche and soul, I know this to be true. Imagine my surprise to learn, many years ago, that two-thirds of my clients who experienced traumatic stress, such as the death of a loved one, related to Rachel, above! They described writing in a journal as difficult, frightening, overwhelming or counterproductive.

63. Allexperts Journal Writing Q&A
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64. Journal Writing
March 29, 2001 (second hour). journal writing.
March 29, 2001 (second hour)
Journal Writing
Journals... Quakers in the 17th century kept them as records of conscience, using them as a way to transcend the self. Hundreds of years later, the self became famous, and players like Einstein, Emerson, Davinci and Woolf were associated with them for brilliant inventions and literary magic. But what about the rest of us, the not so known who prop the pen to the paper and write self indulgent phrases and about lust and grief and chaos. What kind of journal is that? Author Alexandra Johnson says that kind is fine, but there's a whole lot more to putting a life on the page. A journal can be sewn together from newspaper clips, grocery lists, prescription forms and emails.
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Forget about the preconceived notions of the leather bound and vinyl covered , the perfect handwriting, and the poetic muse. Roll up your sleeves and plunge into the world. When you emerge, take a look around, and write about what shimmers.
Alexandra Johnson: On reading the journal of the woman who lived in her house long before she did
Alexandra Johnson: The woman didn't expect to be read
Alexandra Johnson: A specific type of connection with journals Alexandra Johnson: Is anyone who keeps a diary in the same league as Virginia Wolfe Alexandra Johnson: Who are you writing it for Alexandra Johnson: What you can do creatively when life throws you a curve ball Guests:

65. Personal Growth: Journal Writing And Self Help
journal writing and SELF HELP. by Phil Rich, Ed.D., MSW. If you take journal writing seriously, it will become important to set aside time to write.

Seeking the assistance of a therapist can be a difficult process ...
by Phil Rich, Ed.D., MSW.
Journal writing provides a way to put thoughts down on paper where they can be seen and read, and gives shape and substance to feelings. Journaling is an effective and powerful means for self expression, fosters personal growth, and can be a valuable companion on the road to self discovery. A journal provides a place to express and explore innermost thoughts, feelings, ideas, questions, and concerns, and later return to reminisce or re-examine. It can be a place for people to talk and be honest with themselves in a way that may be difficult under other circumstances. And journals can allow people to get in touch with parts of themselves that are hidden under the surface.
Self Expression
To express means to press or squeeze out; to make known and reveal. Once out of your head, words give meaning and clarity to your feelings and thoughts, and sometimes allow you to be relieved of them. But why is it important to express feelings? Talking about things that affect us doesn't change a thing in the world around us, and it's not unusual to hear people ask "What's the point of talking about it, when it doesn't change a thing?" It's not that self expression talking about it changes the world. But, self expression has the power to change you, and the way you see and experience the world. Putting your feelings into words gives them shape and meaning. It allows you to put your feelings and thoughts into the world around you and by doing that, you connect to your environment and the people in your life.

66. IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: Writing A Simple Struts Application U
IBM WebSphere Developer Technical journal writing a Simple Struts Application using WebSphere Studio V5, email it!
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journal writingjournal writing. On the other hand, a diary would just record the fact that you didn t understand something, and that s it. Now for some journal writing

68. Journal Writing
Its very cool. Journal keeping is a direct offshoot of this type of writing. Although its a very personal form of writing it is heady stuff indeed.
I recently took a college level English writing class. Thus far the class has been both interesting and instructive. Each class is a discussion of a new facet of our topic which is education.. Then we write about what we have learned, think or feel about the information and how it affects us. I had never done this kind of writing before and its really cool. To work through your thoughts while writing instead of preparing completely before hand and then writing. Its very cool. Journal keeping is a direct offshoot of this type of writing. Although its a very personal form of writing it is heady stuff indeed. My interest in journaling is also driven by one of my heros: Leonardo Da Vinci. He kept journals his entire life and they were mixtures of sketches for fantastic machines, or sketches for his greater works. Recently Bill Gates paid an exorbitant amount of money for a single surviving page of his journals. So start writing and sketching maybe he'll buy yours. And of course the Myst game/books. If you have never experienced this series just know that the D'ni race write about worlds so well they become real. The Myst game is a classic as is its sequel Riven. Look early in may for the third installment Exile. . . And, if your a reader the books are very good. How the Heck do I get Started?

69. Kids Running - Journal Writing As A Bridge
journal writing AS A BRIDGE Run to write Then we had to do our journal writing at home about running with a CUTOUT KID. We had a lot of days to work on this.
Run to write
A December Run in the School Yard by Jaime
Applying Skills: Running/Writing Days September October ... Links and Printables
We work on structured reading, writing, and spelling from Monday through Thursday. If we are studying the short u, we read 'fun', 'run', 'sun', etc. We spell the words and use the words in sentences. We then read stories composed of these words and other words we have already learned. The sequence is predetermined, the structure is tightly controlled, and the skills are cumulative. The teaching method is the Gillingham Method and the philosophy is similar to the philosophy in Parenting a Struggling Reader by Susan L. Hall and Louisa C. Moats. With this skill work we build our base so that we can eventually generalize our skills to become readers and writers.
Fridays are our Run to Write days. We run and then the kids write in their running journals. They know many reasons for our running: to keep our hearts strong, our bodies fit, our lungs healthy, to turn fat into muscle, AND they know something more, that in our classroom, we run to write. All of the kids are working on a goal of earning a RED RIBBON for completing 12 activities in our Run to Read and Write program. Each time they write in their journal, they get one of their 12 needed points.
Below you will find a description of our running and writing through the school year, told as I believe the kids would tell. The accounts represent my experiences with my kids over the past two years.

70. | Spark
A daily diary and journal writing prompt. A question or thought of the day to beat writer's block and keep the juices flowing. Includes a searchable archive.
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71. Provost - Drexel University - { Writing Program / Journal Writing }
journal writing, Back to Course Creation Kit. Thought and opposite. journal writing is personal, expressive, and informal. Journal


... The Porch Journal Writing [Back to Course Creation Kit] Thought and Language Work Together
By Dr. Elizabeth Haslam, School of Education
Writing research over the last two decades has found that journal writing helps us process new information and develop concepts. While formal, academic writing is clear, organized, assertive and objective prose, informal journal writing is just the opposite. Journal writing is personal, expressive, and informal. Journal writing helps us to develop connections between what we already know and what we are learning (new information). Journal writing incorporates observations, associations, questions, discovery, speculation, self-awareness, digression, synthesis, revision, information, representation, metacognition and concept development. Journal writing
  • personalizes the learning process deepens the learning process (elaboration, association, connections) forces us to make understandings concrete gives us a record of our progress grounds us in time and space develops higher order thinking and creativity
Reflecting on the journal entries
  • reveals how we learn and think (styles) helps us discover what we think about, how we think and how and why we know something

72. Christina Baldwin, Life's Companion: Journal Writing As A Spiritual Quest
The book is a unique and bright take on the art of journal writing. As I mentioned before, the book is about the spiritual aspect of journal writing.
Christina Baldwin,
Life's Companion: Journal
Writing as a Spiritual Quest

(Bantam, 1990)
I'm an avid journal-keeper. I'm one of those people that have kept one since being a kid, holding on to them as I've grown up as a time capsule, of sorts, of particular ages and times. Like most long-time journallers know, there comes a point when it feels like all the stories have been told, all the feelings explored, all the growth done. It's for these plateaus that Life's Companion was written to counteract. The book is a unique and bright take on the art of journal writing. Instead of being about things that happen, journalling can be used to unblock yourself and your creativity, learn new insights about yourself and the world around you, and to discover the heart of your spiritual self, no matter what religious format you choose to embrace. Writing, she says, opens up the heart of the writer, expands all the inner vistas and helps the writer relate to people and events in his life. Life's Companion is uniquely organized, as well. It has the instruction written on one side, while quotes, examples and actual journal entries grace the other side. There are questions for the reader to answer, exercises to undertake and self-quizzes intended to prompt the writer into opening up on the written page encouraging him to find his own soul in the process. If all this sounds distinctly new agey and fluffy to you well, it is. But I can also attest that ignoring those prejudices and going forward with the book can add a great deal of depth to your writing, whether in the journal or elsewhere. The exercises and prompts can give you a wealth of opportunities for writing, and that, in itself, is worth the cover price.

73. Host Lead - Why Journal Writing On The Web? - Web Hosting Related
Home Articles Web Hosting Related Why journal writing on the Web? Blogs are journals giving anyone an identity, and an awesome

74. Writing An Empirical Article
Writing the Empirical Journal Article. The following errors seem to me to be the most frequent in journal writing (listed alphabetically)

75. Heinemann: Journal Writing
Topic journal writing. The Journal Book For Teachers of AtRisk College Writers Edited by Toby Fulwiler, Susan Gardner (Paperback) Grade Level College
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76. The Power Of Words. The Writing Program At The Providence Journal
Members of the Providence journal writing Committee Lynn Arditi, committee chair, a business writer and formerly a localnews reporter.
Updated 2.20.03
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at The Providence Journal Background / History

The Providence Journal has a culture of writing that has grown and flourished over the last 20 years.
It's a culture that traces its roots to the 1970s, when Joel Rawson, then metropolitan managing editor and now executive editor, started workshops for the reporting staff. By 1980, the top editors vowed to make the newspaper a showcase of great writing. They brought in a writing coach named Donald M. Murray, a kind and insightful teacher with a Pulitzer in his portfolio.
During the 1980s, Murray coached our writers and editors, coming to the newsroom for one- and two-week stints. He worked at our side, not only showing us the craft but also teaching us how to discuss our craft and to learn from one another without threatening or feeling threatened. Murray taught that good writing results from processes that can be learned and then repeated, even in an environment as harsh and hectic as an American newsroom.
Murray's presence spawned an in-house writing contest, and some of the winning stories were published in a book: How I Wrote the Story, the first of three such collections that The Journal has published.

77. Hamilton College - Writing Center - Journal Writing
(315) 8594363. journal writing BUNGEE JUMPING FOR THE BRAIN By Molly Soule, 97 and Andresse St.Rose, 97. Faculty comments on the value of journal writing.
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By Molly Soule, '97 and Andresse St.Rose, '97 " An intellectual journal is neither a diary nor a finished written paper."
Steve Orvis, Professor of Government Professors assign journals as a tool for students to become actively engaged with the course material. Students, however, often are resistant to keeping journals because they feel unsure about either the content or the purpose of the journal. Knowing some of the basic goals common to all journals should help you approach a journal writing assignment. Common Goals of a Journal:
  • to encourage regular writing
  • to make connections between class material, lectures, and personal observations
  • to raise questions and issues that can fuel classroom discussions
  • to generate ideas for future paper topics
  • to provide a forum for inquiry, analysis, and evaluation of ideas

78. The Narrative Journal: Writing Archives
The Narrative Journal. I wrote for three days, scribbling snippets from workshop speakers and conversations in the hallways, writing down email address of new
The Narrative Journal
Reports from the 2003 Nieman Conference on Narrative Journalism.
Dispatch Home
By Lorrie Lykins Cambridge, December 6, 2003. The wind whipped the snow around in swirling miniature tornadoes that lashed the trees and piled angled drifts against the windows that looked like forgotten sails. I found myself distracted by the drama of the weather, my eyes wandering to the windows to watch the endless rounds of the snowplows trying to keep the hotel drive clear. As a Floridian experiencing her first Nor’easter, I was fascinated. Between sessions, I walked through the snow, picked it up, sifted it through fingers swathed in Lands End polartech gloves purchased online shortly before my trip north. The snow was an inconvenience to many – for me it was the first snow I’ve walked through since 1970.
Tom French The hotel listed and groaned under the weight of our volume, our numbers. Some rooms were so packed, people sat cross-legged on the floor, notepads in hand, pens poised, others stood in clusters in doorways spilling into the corridors, straining to hear the words of Tom French, Chip Scanlan, Jacqui Banaszynski. Their pens were poised too. I wrote for three days, scribbling snippets from workshop speakers and conversations in the hallways, writing down e-mail address of new friends, web site addresses, book titles.

79. Books About Journal Writing, Blank Journals, Pens And Ink
Books about journal writing Blank Journals. The Many Faces of Journaling Topics and Techniques for Personal journal writing Linda C. Senn - 2001
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Unique, tactile and pleasing to the eye. Looks like a journal that has been used for at least a century. Has magnetic wrap, red ribbon marker and a memento pouch for storage. more info: Smyth Sewn Old Leather Wraps Handtooled... (Smyth Sewing is a very durable and high quality method of book binding by sewing through the paper fold by machine to join multiple signatures to form textblock Signatures are two or more sheets of paper stacked and folded as a group.) more info: Smyth Sewn Old Leather Wraps Saddleworn...
more info: Handmade leather journal Pocket Journal with strap more info: Small leather journal with strap-myra... no photo Plain Refillable Soft Leather Journal more info: Plain Rerfillable Soft Leather Journal Green Anything Book more info: Green: Anything Book (Executive Series) Keeping a Nature Journal: Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around You - Clare Walker Leslie, Charles E. Roth - 2000

80. Creative Notebook, Writing, Journals, Journal Writing, Diaries, Memoirs, Persona
Offers quotes, writing prompts, keeping a writer's notebook, journaling techniques and methods, and weekly articles on journal writing.
The Creative Notebook Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don't try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It's the one and only thing you have to offer. Barbara Kingsolver Articles Art Journals and Visual Journaling Editors Pick Links Links From our readers ... ArtJournals Group Why a journal? You can use it to record your life, self explorations, a basis for memoirs, as a writer's notebook of ideas and story starts, a daily planner, a memory book for your children, and you can explore new artistic mediums and techniques. A journal can be a place to confide your fears, doubts, vent your anger, and share your joys without fear of judgement. Come here, whatever your reason for starting that notebook to find inspiration, ideas, and friendship. Open your notebook. Sit down and write with us, draw with us, paint with us, collage with us, explore with us. Featured Article: Migrating From Written to Visual Journals by Dianne Windell - Awesomely informative kick-off article to our art journaling/visual journal section.

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