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Ideas for writing a diary

ideas for writing a diary

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ideas for writing a diary

ideas for writing a diary Your Writing Journal - Creative Journal Ideas

Put your eyes and ears to work on how theweather affects the landscape, sky, people, animals, buildings,and vehicles. Write it so that when you reread that entry, youfeel as if you are in the weather.

Idea 12: Writing From Where You Are

Write entries that describe where you are as you write. Even ifyou write from the same place every day, describe it as it seemsto you at the moment. Things change -- what is on the desk, outthe window, under your feet -- and you will become a keen observer.

Idea 13: Prompts

Challenge yourself to write using a prompt. For example:

  • The last thing I ate before I sat down to write this entry was _______ and the next thing I might eat is______. This is because _______.
When you're done, write how you FEEL about this journaling experience!

2. Why does _____ drive me crazy? Journal on and see what the write answer is!

3. Pick a song. Use some of its lyrics to start a new journal entry. Or choose a song you love and write your own lyrics!

4. Write: 'Oh, I Could Never...' and be aware of what's going on in your body as you write. What is your body saying to you?

5. Wander all around a bookstore or library. Pick out and open any book. Wherever your eyes land, use that phrase as a journal entry starter and write, write, write!

6. Have a ten-minute free-writing huddle with your Inner Coach.

What do they wish you understand about their point of view. ~Kim White www.webdesignforwriters.com

110. Go to our Journal Prompts page, close your eyes and scroll down until it feels right to stop. Open your eyes, and use that prompt to jumpstart your Journaling today.

111. Begin a Journaling entry with: The lies you tell yourself are the hardest to forgive. ~Kim Moss 

112. With your right hand, ask the left (female) side of your body how it is feeling and take a page to free write her response. Then using your left hand, ask the right (male) side of your body how he's feeling and take a page for his response. Then read, reflect and/or write about the experience.

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