Here are several ways to fuel creative infernos.
From the "How to Convey What's in Your Heart" article by Jaclynn Morris and Paul L. Fair
We rate the best computer programs for personal writing.
Personal writing is the key to all writing, Julia Cameron (The Artist's Way, The Right to Write) tells Writer's Digest's Brad Crawford.
Benefit from the experience of sharing your journal writing with others.
Capture your love of music in a journal dedicated to recording your life's soundtrack.
Guard your diary from trespassing eyes with a little creative protection.
Chronicle your holiday joys and celebrations in a journal dedicated to the traditions of the season.
Creating a timeline of your life in your journal can help you see more clearly how to get from Point A to Point B.
Dedicate a journal to history as it happens. Chronicle your memories and reflections on the moments that define your generation.
Honor yourself by exercising honesty and courage in every journal entry.
7 creative things you can do to find sketching inspiration.
by Jack Heffron, author of The Writer's Idea Book
Does your disparaging attitude extend beyond your journal and into your life, where the bad is all you seem to have, because it's all you take note of?
Start an empowerment journal! Tap your inner strength by telling the truth about your life.
Journaling With Style
Keeping a five-year diary keeps your life in perspective, a few lines at a time.
Live a life worth writing about! Venture from your daily routine, and leave this note on the door: Gone Journaling!
Journal with style by using variations in point of view to enliven your entries.
Learn how to turn a personal story, joke or unique anecdote into a page-turning success. Author Steven James guides you through six easy steps guaranteed to keep your story powerful.
Indulge yourself with a journaling-retreat weekend.
To name is a powerful act. Title your journal and the years you live.
We asked questions about journal sharing, keeping an online diary, and issues of privacy. Reader feedback, submitted via e-mail, represent the various experiences of journal-keepers everywhere. A selection of responses appears below.
Learn how to use a journal to weather a life-threatening illness.