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Lakehead's Master Naturalist Program offering nature journaling workshop

Simcoe County is showing its beautiful fall colours and the birds and other wildlife are out in force. Lakehead University’s Ontario Master Naturalist Program is offering something new that might be just what you need to unwind and connect more closely with nature in your own backyard. Join Ontario Master...
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The best self-care journal

Self-care is more important than ever. In heightened periods of stress and uncertainty such as the world has been facing for some time now, evaluating your triggers and your needs can improve your quality of life. Putting pen to paper and laying your thoughts out in a self-care journal can help you make sense of how you’re truly feeling, what your personal goals are and which daily patterns are holding you back.
MENTAL HEALTH
Thrive Global

Use These Journal Prompts to Change Your Thinking

It’s easy to get stuck in a cycle of negative thoughts. Events that happen in everyone’s life like embarrassing moments, mistakes at work, self-doubt, and so on, leave a mark on how we think and feel. Not to mention, from the constant use of social media, we’re exposed to the...
MENTAL HEALTH
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The benefits of journaling for caregivers

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV)- Caring for a loved one can be a rewarding experience. Knowing a family member is being well taken care of and receiving the support they need in their everyday lives is reassuring. However, there are times when the responsibilities of caregiving can become overwhelming and sometimes difficult. If you’re a caregiver needing a beneficial way to relieve stress, then consider journaling.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
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Nature Journaling for Adults

Deepen your connection to the natural world through writing and sketching. Explore, observe, and identify the inspiring flora and fauna of our parks. Each session includes instruction on artistic techniques. Please bring journal, pencils, pen, watercolor palette, and folding chair to allow for distanced seating. All artistic abilities welcome! The cost is $10 per person in county, $12 out of county and registration is required. Parking is $7 or free for Regional Parks members, at Andy's Unity Park and the Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail. For more information, contact Ellie Muelrath at Elspeth.Muelrath@sonoma-county.org.
LIFESTYLE
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Nature Journaling for Families

Deepen your connection to the natural world through writing and sketching. Explore, observe, and identify the inspiring flora and fauna of our parks. Each session includes instruction on artistic techniques. Please bring journal, pencils, pen, watercolor palette and folding chair to allow for distanced seating. All ages and artistic abilities welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $10 in county per person, $12 out of county and registration is required. Parking is $7 or free for Regional Parks members and at Andy's Unity Park and the Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail. For more information, contact Ellie Muelrath at Elspeth.Muelrath@sonoma-county.org.
LIFESTYLE
Boston Globe

Georden West on Boston’s former Playland Café, journaling on vacation, and a good cappuccino

For more than 50 years, Playland Café was Boston’s go-to gay bar in what was once the gritty Combat Zone area. Now, more than 20 years after the Essex Street establishment’s closing, artist, writer, and director Georden West is bringing the story of this iconic establishment to life on the big screen. West, 28, recently wrapped up filming “Playland” at a movie studio in Fort Devens. This is a story that needs to be told, they maintained. “I started research on this film a couple of years ago. It really highlights a lost queer subculture in Boston and I think it reflects a national trend of what is being lost when we’re closing or not supporting these brick and mortar spaces and what happens when nefarious government intervention displaces a marginalized group of people,” they said in a phone interview from the film set. “We have a huge focus on design — from the set to the costumes — and really the majority of our cast — and definitely all of our main cast — they’re all queer people, so we are really trying to generate community not only within our cast but within the entire film.” West, who wrote and directed the film, said that they are “examining this bar — which we have reimagined and rebuilt out here in Devens — not through patrons, but through the lens of servers, bartenders, drag queens … people who would have occupied and been stewards of the space throughout the majority of their lives.” West, a native of Monument, Colo., moved to Boston to attend Emerson College, where she received a master’s degree in visual media arts and subsequently taught cinematography. We caught up with the filmmaker, who lives in Boston but is moving to Provincetown next month for a visual arts residency fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center, to talk about all things travel.
BOSTON, MA
rebootedmommd.com

How to Make and Use a Trigger Journal

Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning that at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you purchase something using the link. Read the full disclaimer policy here. Being triggered is a phrase...
MENTAL HEALTH
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30+ Bullet Journal Weekly Spread Ideas That Will Inspire You

Hey folks! Transparency Disclosure- Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. That means I’ll receive a small commission if you decide to click on it and buy something. Don’t worry, it doesn’t cost you anything extra!. Bullet journals are excellent tools for keeping you organized and improving...
LIFESTYLE
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5 Benefits of Journaling Prayers

It was a busy, hectic day. And right in the midst of it, I received a message from someone that troubled me. The more I ruminated on it, the more I worried and fretted. I told myself to stop thinking about what was bothering me. I tried to focus on the details and duties of the day. But a heaviness weighed on my heart, one that I couldn't shake. I felt overwhelmed by the thoughts and feelings that were churning around in my mind and heart.
RELIGION
higherperspectives.com

Having Intense Dreams? Here's Why You Should Be Taking Notes

Yes we mean literally. If you're having intense dreams that it might be time to start a dream journal. This might be a life changing practice that will connect your mind and body both in your awake and slumber stages. While we can tell you what your dreams mean (and we will), first we want to enlighten you on the benefits of keep track of these dreams.
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