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Prompt Jar, Week of August 29: Back to School

This week’s Prompt Jar is provided by Journalverse manager Lynn Southard. It’s that time of year when “Back to School” ads fill the flyers, along with hints of cool fall breezes during dusk and dawn. It’s an annual tradition for my family to do a weekend get-a-way right before school

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Prompt Jar, Week of April 11: Pioneering

The theme of Journal Conference 2016 is “Pioneering the Next 30 Years,” and we’re going to have an abundance of pioneers — past, present, and future — in attendance. One of them is Alexander Mimran, co-founder and CEO of Penzu digital journaling app and website. With nearly two million users

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Prompt Jar, Week of Mar 21: Spring!

Yesterday was the vernal equinox, one of two days of perfect balance in a year. Let’s write about spring! Mon, Mar 21 Where in your life do you feel in perfect balance? Tues, Mar 22 How do you know spring has come (or is well on its way)

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Poem of the Month, June 2015: The Word, Tony Hoagland

Here’s a lovely June poem to help you “roll out those lazy hazy crazy days of summer….” (Nat King Cole, 1962). This is a perennial favorite in my poetry therapy groups. Enjoy! The Word Down near the bottom of the crossed-out list of things you have to do today, between “green

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Prompt Jar: Jan 27-Feb 2

From our good friends at Holiday Insights come a selection of goofy holidays and celebrations to provide inspiration for this week’s prompts. Let the wild rumpus begin!   Mon, Jan 27: Punch the Clock Day Today check in with your schedule or calendar. What’s your overall balance?  Where are your

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