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Improve Your Creativity with the Creativity Add-On

One of the most creative people ever known to the world is Leonardo Da Vinci. Scientist, artist, sculptor, inventor, mathematician, engineer, botanist, musician and writer, Da Vinci kept extensive journals for years, reportedly totaling about 13,000 pages! Creativity is a confluence of many things—focus, perspective, putting in your time, being…

Write often and in your own voice

The concept of keeping a journal is relatively simple.  You just write. Right? But what makes your journal ever so more meaningful and important to you is that you: Write often. In your own voice. Peeking below the surface. About important stuff. How do you do that?  Consistently.  Playfully? Seriously!…

To Delete or Not Delete?

Sometimes people feel that a particular journal entry they have written is one that they never want to read  again. They want to burn it, rip it into shreds, and do away with it totally. I have a slightly different attitude:  I think that all of my writing–good, bad, beautiful…

Never too late to start keeping a journal

When I’m responding to the usual introductory small talk of “what do you do?” I open the floodgates of guilt and regret. I’m not trying to. It’s not my fault; it just happens. Here’s how the conversation usually goes: So, Ruth, what do you do? My standard response,” I own…