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  • 7 Steps to Reach Your Goals with Journaling

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    Studies show that people who write down their goals are much more likely to achieve them. Daily journaling can be a powerful tool to help you stay focused, stick with your action plan and achieve your goals faster. This guide will give you seven simple steps to maximize your goal journal.

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  • 22 Creative Ways to Use Your Journal

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    Did you know that you can use a journal for more than simply recording your daily thoughts or taking up space on an empty shelf? Be prepared to get inspired to dust off those old journals and put them to good use. This guide will show you 22 creative and fun ways to use any blank journal or notebook.

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  • Bullet Journaling Tips for Authors

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    Bullet journaling is a creative way to plan, organize and track your writing – and your life. You can create one journal to help you work on a large project like a novel or nonfiction book, or you can keep track of multiple writing assignments in one well-organized journal. This guide will show you how to lay out a journal that works best for your creative process, personality and particular project(s).

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  • Discover Inspiration for Your Journaling

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    Many avid journal writers find their journal entries can become repetitive at times. Sometimes you need a little creative inspiration to make your journaling more interesting. This guide will give you some different ways to find more inspiration for your journal to keep it fun and engaging.

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  • How to Use Journaling for Self-Therapy

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    Therapists have used journals for decades to help their patients communicate their thoughts and feelings. You can work through difficult situations in your life by writing in your journal, just as you would when you talk to a therapist. It doesn’t replace professional help, but it can be an amazing tool. This guide will help you get started.

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  • How to Use Journaling to Cultivate Gratitude

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    Experts have found that the simple act of writing down what we are grateful for provides several physical and mental benefits that include better sleep, fewer symptoms of illness, improved mood, stronger relationships, better self-esteem and less stress. Keeping a gratitude journal helps you build a consistent habit of looking for things for which to be grateful. This guide will help you get started and get the most out of your gratitude journal.

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  • Morning and Evening Journaling Rituals

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    If you study the lives of successful people, you’ll learn that many of them have strict morning and evening routines – and most of those routines involve journaling. This guide will help you create your own morning or evening journaling ritual so you get the most out of your journal.

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  • Overcome Journaling Writer’s Block: How to Get Unstuck

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    When you first start using a journal, it can seem like you will never run out of things to say. But eventually, most journal writers come to a point where they want to journal but don’t know what to write about and have trouble sticking to it every day. This guide will help you overcome journaling writer’s block.

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  • Tips to Design a Journaling Routine You’ll Stick With

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    Do you struggle to stick with a consistent journaling routine? If you only use your journal occasionally, it is hard to know if it is helping you at all. This guide will give you helpful tips to make journaling a regular part of your day with little effort.

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  • The Call of the Wild and Other Northland Stories (ebook)

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    Published in 1903, The Call of the Wild is an American literary treasure. Set in Alaska and the Canadian Yukon Territory during the 1890s’ Klondike gold rush, this fictional tale opens when Buck, a dog that is part St. Bernard and part Scotch shepherd, is kidnapped from his comfortable home in Northern California. He soon finds himself heading north where large, strong sled dogs are in high demand.

    Buck learns to adapt to the frozen, arctic land. Over time he loses the social skills he had as a prized pet of a California judge. Instead he learns to live by “the law of club and fang,” as he is forced to fight to survive and dominate other dogs. By the end, he sheds the veneer of civilization and relies on primordial instinct and learned experience to emerge as a leader in the wild.

    Other London stories set around the rush for gold in this book include: “To Build a Fire,” “To the Man on the Trail,” “The Men of Forty Mile,” “The Son of the Wolf” and several more.

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  • Gratitude Journal, Ages 13+

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    Every day we hear about terrible things happening around us. The news often is filled with terrifying stories of violence, hateful political strife and catastrophic world events.

    It is not surprising that you might feel like you are constantly surrounded by negativity.

    But if you can tune out the television, turn off the phone and not read a newspaper for a day or two, you will realize that you have most of what you need and want in life to make you happy. You have people who love you, food on your table and a warm (or cool), comfortable shelter.

    The antidote to a negative attitude is being grateful for what you have right now.

    Gratitude can transform you.

    I created this 30-day challenge journal as a simple way for you to practice gratitude with prompts to guide you. Once the challenge is complete, I hope that acknowledging what you are grateful for will become a daily habit that will have a transformative effect on your life.

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  • Kindness Journal, Ages 13+

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    Every generation faces tough times – and I’m sure every generation sometimes thinks that darkness is always overshadowing light. That certainly seems to be the case as we enter the 2020s.

    There is so much derisiveness surrounding us in these modern times with politics, violence and catastrophic world events that it is hard to imagine things will improve any time soon.

    But I believe there is a way to make the world in which we live a better place. And every single person alive can help make it so. It all begins with kindness.

    If people began showing more kindness in their everyday lives, I think they could transform the planet into a happier place. It is difficult to be angry and argumentative if you are surrounded by kindness.

    Kindness can make the giver and the receiver feel so much better about themselves and the world around them.

    That is why I created this 30-day challenge journal with prompts for kindness to inspire you to become more kind to your family, friends and strangers. And I hope by the end of the 30 days, you find that you have been transformed, as well, into a kinder, more caring person.

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