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This Week’s Featured Willowgreen Resource:
The Rewarding Practice of Journal Writing

When I wrote The Rewarding Practice of Journal Writing: A Guide for Starting and Keeping Your Personal Journal, I had been keeping a regular journal for over 25 years. I thought I knew a couple of things about the process and wanted to share those ideas with others. But the larger reason was this: I sometimes encouraged individuals to give journaling a try—people who were grieving, for example, and people who were going through significant life transitions. I felt (and still feel) that journaling can add perspective to one’s life. It can help the writer see signs of change and growth that one might otherwise miss. When I encouraged journal writing, this is what I often heard: “But I don’t know how to do that. I don’t know where to begin.” So I wrote a short book to hand to such people so I didn’t have to explain it again and again in conversation.

It’s 64 pages long and composed of 16 basic suggestions for what you do to start and maintain a journal. It’s filled with quotations. If you’re serious about journal writing, I think this book will be useful to you.

My friend Ronna Jevne, professor emeritus at the University of Alberta in Edmunton, Canada and the author of several books herself, recently wrote this:

I have been a journal writer for 45 years. I own about a hundred books about journal writing and therapeutic writing. As a therapist who recommends writing, The Rewarding Practice of Journal Writing is the book I recommend first. It is short, direct and helpful. Jim’s pattern of using quotes works for him in this book too. Given his counseling background, his poignant choices about what is important are right on.

You can learn more about Ronna at this LINK.

Willowgreen also offers The Rewarding Practice of Journal Writing: A Guide for Starting and Keeping Your Personal Journal as ePub and Kindle eBooks. available at this LINK.

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