Dump your worries and obligations onto paper. Clear your mind, and start living the life you envisioned.
A New Hampshire hospital is recording the stories of its elder patientsfor healing and history.
To name is a powerful act. Title your journal and the years you live.
Strive to have your essays evoke your connection to the world, and you will grab readers' empathy, affection and attention.
Here are several ways to fuel creative infernos.
Losing a child is devastating. Here's the story of one mother who journaled through her sorrow and created a lasting tribute to her baby girl.
In her book Writing Personal Essays, author Sheila Bender gives these tips for those writers interested in publishing their personal essays.
Are your children's journals off limits? One parent says yesand here are six reasons why.
Everything you need to be creative, is already locked inside of you. Try this exercise to imagine someone else's life.
Live a life worth writing about! Venture from your daily routine, and leave this note on the door: Gone Journaling!