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How to Create the Best Bullet Journal for College Students

How to Create the Best Bullet Journal for College Students

Using Bullet Journal® (Bujo) concepts in a personal journal is terrific idea for college and university students. Tracking both academic requirements and those chores related to adulting can increase productivity and decrease feelings of overwhelm.
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How to Keep a Dog Journal

How to Keep a Dog Journal

Journaling about Fido? You betcha! You can go bujo-style to track all those things that keep our doggos happy and healthy (grooming, vet visits, favorite treats). Or, you can use a writing journal/scrapbook to create a beautiful memory book of your pupper's quirks and adventures.

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How to Get Kids to Love Journals and Journaling

How to Get Kids to Love Journals and Journaling

Keeping it fun is the best way to ensure kids enjoy journaling. Let them pick a journal they love, give them supplies that are a joy to use, and let them go to town documenting their own stories in their own ways. No rules!
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Transform your Reading by Keeping a Book Journal

Transform your Reading by Keeping a Book Journal

Hey cool cats: keeping a reading journal can help you remember details about the books you read, help you be more mindful, give you a deeper appreciation of literature, and make you a better writer. Read on for tips and tricks on how to create your own best reading journal.
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How to Keep a Happiness Journal to Boost your Joy

How to Keep a Happiness Journal to Boost your Joy

Keeping a happiness journal is a terrific way to train yourself to keep to the sunny side. If all you do is make a daily list of, say, three things that made you happy, you’re going to increase your happiness. Yep, it’s that easy. But there are other things that you can do in your writing journals to take your happiness to a whole other level.

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How to Use a Brain Dump Journal to Improve Mental Health

How to Use a Brain Dump Journal to Improve Mental Health

A brain dump is an easy and effective way to manage the clutter in your mind. All you need is a pen, paper, and 10-15 minutes to write down every abstract thought in your head. It's kind of like spilling the contents of a purse onto a table. Just dump it all out into a big disorganized pile.

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The Best Tips on How to Make a Travel Journal

The Best Tips on How to Make a Travel Journal

Travel journals are da bomb. They're fun to make, they improve your mindfulness and creativity, and they're a lasting and accurate memento of your travels. If you're looking for tips on how to create one, click on in!
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Reframe Your Narrative and Change Your Life

Reframe Your Narrative and Change Your Life

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The stories we tell are malleable. We can frame them any way we wish. Choosing to focus on a silver lining isn't just about feeling happier in the moment. Telling positive stories creates more life satisfaction and makes you happier over time. Why not give it a whirl?
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The Joyful Benefits of a Gratitude Journal

The Joyful Benefits of a Gratitude Journal

Cool cats: like any other personal journal, a gratitude journal can be anything you want it to beThat said, read on for a few tips that will help you get the most from your gratitude journal.

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Ideas, Tips, and Inspiration for your Journal

Ideas, Tips, and Inspiration for your Journal

Cool cats: no matter where you’re at with your own personal journal, a little inspo can go a long way. Luckily for you, I’ve already done the googling and can point you in the right direction. Read on, sparkly unicorns.

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Journaling through Grief

Journaling through Grief

Journaling is such a valuable tool for working through grief that it's often part of professional grief therapy. That said, putting pen to paper while you're swimming in grief can be tough. We have some tips to help you over that hurdle.

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This One is for the Boys: Men and Journaling

This One is for the Boys: Men and Journaling

In 2018, men seem to approach journaling with some trepidation. If you're not journaling yet because you're worried about making pretty pages or because you just don't know what to write, it's time to stop worrying and just start writing.
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