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I’ve journaled most of my life. I still have my first journal that I received in fifth grade along with all my journals from college and afterwards. Missing are the ones from high school.
When I journaled, I stuck to writing. Simply writing worked best for me.
Some people doodle in their journals.
Source: grace is overrated
(Check out her more than 50 free printable journal pages filled with daily prompts.)
Some scrapbook a discovery journal.
Source: sugar magnolia
Some create a journal out of recycled materials.
Source: no. 2 pencil
Some adapt an existing copy book.
Some go with a simple Moleskine.
A journal is what you make of it.
Most Clicked Link last week: A Beautiful Tongue of Gold by A Little R and R
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