Category: Give a Girl a Journal

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Sabina Hikel

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

I couldn’t be happier to share with you the journal story of one of my closest friends, Sabina Hikel. In her signature insightful way, Sabina shares what was important to her as a girl with a journal and I know that the girls who are nominated to Give a Girl a Journal will no doubt feel the same!

Thank you to Sabina for sharing her story. Give a Girl a Journal Badge Red

When You Give a Girl a Journal, You Let Her Know that Her Life is Important

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Tracie Hanson

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

Today I am delighted to share with you the journal story of artist Tracie Hanson. I love that Tracie reminds us that it can actually be awesome to have a journal that’s precious!.

Thank you to Tracie  for sharing her story. You can find her at Dream Digger Studio.Give a Girl a Journal Badge Red

Give a Girl a Journal, So She Can Know Herself

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Mindy Tsonas

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

Today I am delighted to share with you the journal story of wish alchemist Mindy Tsonas. Mindy is a magic maker, a community builder and a soulful creator. I knew that she would have insight to share with us all about the power of journals and they gift they bring.

Thank you to Mindy for sharing her story. You can find her at MindyTsonas.org.Give a Girl a Journal Badge Red

Give a Girl a Journal, Give Her a Space for Her Truth

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Kim Sedgwick

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

Today I am excited to share with you the journal story of Kim Sedgwick, co-founder of Red Tent Sisters. Kim is one of the most kindhearted people I know and she has been a big supporter of this initiative since it was just a wee thought. And no wonder! Kim knows what a gift having a journal can be.¬† I know you’ll enjoy hearing about how journaling has been a part of Kim’s life since she was 6 years old.

Thank you to Kim for sharing her story. You can find her at Red Tent Sisters.Give a Girl a Journal Badge Red

When you give a girl a journal, you give her confidence. You give her a safe place for her to explore all of her hopes and dreams for the future

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Dawn DeVries Sokol

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

Today I am excited to share with you the journal story of artist and author Dawn DeVries Sokol. Her course in art journaling at Creativebug opened up a world of possibility for me. With her support for this project, she shows us all that a journal can bring out the artist in a girl.

Thank you to Dawn for sharing her story. You can find her at DawndSokol.com.

Give a Girl a Journal Badge BlueGive a Girl a Journal and you give her her creative voice.

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Danette Relic

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.

As the gifted artist who designed our fab logo, Danette is an important part of Give a Girl a Journal. She’s cheered this project on from the beginning and her understanding of just how important a journal can be is here in her story. Thank you, Danette, for showing us how a girl who got a journal is now a woman with a strong and beautiful voice.

You can find Danette at Radical Creative Sanctuary.

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When you give a girl a journal, you give the world that girl.

Sharing Our Journal Stories: Christine Pensa

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 let me share with you the journal story of Christine Pensa, artist & founder of Art That Moves. Christine shows us that writing isn’t the only thing that we can do in our journals! Thank you, Christine, for not only sharing your journal insight but also for being such an avid supporter of Give a Girl a Journal.

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Give a Girl a Journal; let her sing her beautiful note and open up her heart.