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Keep a Diary and One Day it Might Keep You

“One advantage in keeping a diary is that you become aware with reassuring clarity of the changes which you constantly suffer and which in a general way are naturally believed, surmised, and admitted by you, but which you’ll unconsciously deny when it comes to the point of gaining hope or peace from such an admission. 77 more words


The Big Time: Frank's Place get published!

The book will be available for sale approximately 4-6 weeks after we receive final approval on the manuscript. We are targeting a release date of June 1 but hopefully a bit sooner. 442 more words


"Joy" / Memorable Fancies #1158

[“One of the main functions of a diary is to be read furtively by other people.” – Susan Sontag]

     I merely hint at certain – actions, by saying “this time, again, with him…” or “afternoon, late coming home because…” knowing this will drive you, as you find and secretly read my diary, intensely mad, to your extreme and painful joy. 22 more words


March 31, 1926

Wed., 31  Clouds & raw south wind. Grace makes a funeral piece & takes it to the hotle where Mrs. Booth awaits a funeral this afternoon. 16 more words


April Workshops 2015

Workshop on: “The Power of Appreciative Journaling”

Facilitated by: Anita Sheehan
In this workshop we will discover the power of journaling.
Journaling is an ancient tradition. 126 more words


Diaries: We all used to be someone else

Who you are when you’re fourteen is not who you are going to become. In fact, I would argue you are hardly a person at all. 969 more words


March 30, 1926

Tues., 30  Dumas washes. A good day & the clothes get dry. I iron most of them after supper. Tuttle takes Grace to the P.O. and return (sic) after supper.