Journals & Books

Beyond Pen & Paper: 33 Experiments in Journaling
By Sara Marchessault

I talk to people all the time who want to keep a journal, but who have a hard time sitting and writing. They want the benefits of keeping a journal (who doesn’t? Clarity, confidence, easier to make decisions, the healing experience of capturing our words on paper, and even leaving a legacy for loved ones all sound great, right?) but the act of keeping it is hard. The words have a hard time coming to the page and we get frustrated. Then we stop journaling. In Beyond Pen & Paper, I provide you with 33 experiments you can try to take a new approach to journal writing. Look in here for inspiration to change the way you approach journaling and get the benefits you want from your personal writing. Click here to read more about Beyond Pen & Paper: 33 Experiments in Journaling. Ready to jump right in? Click here to order.

 

 

 

 

The Vision Journal
By Sara Marchessault

The Vision Journal is a work of heart that combines the theory of two tried and true tools: words and images. In this journal you’ll find lined pages for reflection, exploration, and jotting down the details of your dreams and desires. There are also unlined, colored pages where you can draw, attach images from magazines or photos, mind map, or doodle. And since the whole point of The Vision Journal is to help you get clear on what you want for your life, it comes with a list of suggested prompts to help get the ball rolling. Click here to read more about The Vision Journal. Ready to jump right in? Click here to order.

 

 

 

My Story Journal
By Sara Marchessault

My Story Journal

My Story Journal is for kids to explore writing and journaling. I recommend this for kids writing in the ability range of kindergarten through second grade. Each page has a space for a drawing or illustration, followed by several widely spaced lines, perfect for little hands that need extra room for writing! Young writers can create an original story in their very own journal and parents can keep the journal as a record of their child’s growth. Click here to read more. Click here to order.