Sharing Our Journal Stories: Connie Solera

In support of Give a Girl a Journal I’ve invited some of my dear friends and colleagues to share their personal experience with journaling.

Today I am delighted to share with you the journal story of Connie Solera, artist & founder of Dirty Footprints Studio. One of the many things I love about Connie is the way she shows up so truthfully. As she shares her journal story, think you’ll really feel just how much Connie’s journals mean to her.

Thank you to Connie for sharing her story. You can find her at Dirty Footprints Studio.

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  1. Pamela says:

    Oh Connie. . . that was amazing! I have journals that far back, too, and know that feeling of re-reading them. It’s emotional as you re-discover that girl you were.
    What a great documenting of that time. Aren’t you glad to have it? All those letters, concert tickets, etc. . . wow!
    Thank you for sharing your journal story with us. It was memorable!

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