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How to Make the Not-So-Evil Villain Work for Your Story

Go Teen Writers: How to Make the Not-So-Evil Villain Work For Your Story. Great info on writing antagonists.

YouTube...Starting an Altered Book Journal. Good introduction to preparing old books for art journaling.

Dale Anne Potter Starting an Altered Book Art Journal

By definition, writers are passionate creatures. You can be an exquisite writer by tapping into the passion of being yourself.

How to journal? Many writers boost their creativity through keeping a journal. Read on to find out exactly how to journal.

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Journal for Therapy

How to Journal for Therapy. Keeping a journal can help you digest your thoughts and understand your emotions. If you are attending regular therapy sessions, try using the journal as "homework" to work through your thoughts when you aren't.

Everybody is busy. It doesn’t matter who you are, most likely you have a lot going on. However, lack of time cannot be an excuse to stop (or never start) practicing your creativity on a daily basis. Finding a creative outlet that fulfills you and inspires you is too important to not pursue. It can … … Continue reading →

Daily Acts of Creativity: 10 Ways to Inject Creativity Into Your Daily Life

Daily Acts of Creativity: 10 Ways to Inject Creativity Into Your Daily Life. Great ideas for therapists, and everyone.

Keeping a Journal I have my journals over the years since I was 8 like 1981' or so it has always been meditating for me to write

Keeping a Journal Can Be Therapeutic and Promote Personal Healing

Batman and the Storytelling Map

Batman and the Storytelling Map

Julie Jarnagin: Tips for Journaling

Start small – Don’t set yourself up for failure. It’s okay if your journal entry is only.

'Do you keep a journal...?' (via Life, the Universe and Lani)

Do you keep a journal?

My journal has been my constant true friend.

The writer who will not dig deep within their wells of pain for inspiration will never stir the passions of their readers.

Exploring this with children at a young age--and allowing them to gradually deepen their personal connection to their writing and journaling--can yield great results.

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