Happy Tuesday, friends, I hope all is well in your world … and that you’re not too buried in snow! My world is blanketed with white, so I’m taking some time this morning to chat about my Artist’s Way Week 1: Recovering a Sense of Safety experience! Catch up with my intro post by clicking [...]
Planners & Journals
I absolutely love journaling … the combination of meditation, scripting, Rachel Hollis’ Start Today journal, and morning pages when I first wake has been absolutely amazing for my mental health! And I’ve been a diehard planner gal for at least twenty years, starting with my very first Day Timer. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s chat about planners and journals!
Cross-posted on Joyful Miles. You know what brings tears of joy to a planner addict’s eyes? Getting not just one but TWO full boxes (and a bag) full of paper and markers and stickers, oh my! Hold on. Let me back up a second. You know what brings FLOODS of tears of joy to a [...]
Cross-posted on Joyful Miles. Hello, my name is Laura and I’m a plan-o-holic! Seriously. We’re talking M.A.J.O.R. plan-oholic! I’ve been using planners for … oh, at least twenty years. I’m talking Franklin Covey, Day Timer, Day Runner, cheap ones from the Target Dollar Spot, and Filofax. Some have been very good, but none have truly [...]
Those who are familiar with The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron know about morning pages. From her website: “The bedrock tool of a creative recovery is a daily practice called Morning Pages.” “Morning Pages are three pages of longhand, stream of consciousness writing, done first thing in the morning. *There is no wrong way to do Morning [...]