I couldn’t think of a better way to wrap up our Journal Stories series than by having a chat about journals with Lauren. Lauren was at GDay Toronto when I introduced a group of 10-12 year-old girls to the practice of journaling. I’m just delighted that she has joined us… Read more
In support of Give a Girl a Journal, teacher and creative Brittany Knight created and shared this video about her own experience with journaling. Brittany is also currently bringing to life a do-good project in her classroom: Bring Your Own Journal. I’m cheering you and your students on, Brittany! Give… Read more
Writer Victoria Musgrave created this video in support of the Give a Girl a Journal and shared the evolution of her journaling practice. Read more
Ronna has a way of getting to that deep core. Perhaps it is something she learned from experiencing her own truth on the pages of her own journal. Read more
Artist Hali Karla shares how she has found journaling to be a lifelong friend, a lifelong healer and a lifelong infusion of empowerment. Read more
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 Sherri Hutchins from livewonderstruck.com and workwonderstruck.com. Sherri knows first-hand the power of being introduced to the… Read more
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 Shawn Tuttle, Crusader for the New Way of Working. Exploring her own journal experience, Shawn knows… Read more
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! Read more
Artist Tracie Hanson shares her journal story and reminds us that it can actually be awesome to have a journal that’s precious! Read more
In support of Give a Girl a Journal, wish alchemist Mindy Tsonas shares her journal story. Read more
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… Read more
Artist and author Dawn DeVries Sokol shares her journal story in support of Give a Girl a Journal. Read more
Gifted artist Danette Relic shares her journal story in support of Give a Girl a Journal. Read more
Give a girl a journal. Let her sing her beautiful note and open up her heart. Read more
As she shares her journal story, think you’ll really feel just how much Connie Solera’s journals mean to her. Read more
My eyes welled as I listened to Carrie Klassen tell her story of what a deep and profound gift a journal can be. Thank you to the dads out there that give their girl a journal. Read more
After years of struggling, Akiyo is now prolific in her journaling. She knows that when you give a girl a journal, you empower that girl. Read more
I always think Andrea makes magic in her journals, and you’ll see why! In support of #giveagirlajournal, she gives us a bit of a peek into her pages – what a delight! Read more
I WANT TO
NOMINATE A GIRL
Nominate a girl, anywhere in the world. She might be the girl who lives next door or a friend’s daughter who lives half way ‘round the world. She might be the friend of your own daughter or a girl at a club you volunteer for. If you know of or lead a whole group of girls, you can nominate them all! Nominating a girl or girls is absolutely free.
All we need is her name, address and approximate age, and the magic begins!
As each girl is nominated, she is added to the list of expectant journalers, like a seed ready to come to life as soon as the sun shines. The moment a generous soul sponsors a journal, the journal fairies wrap up a journal, a pen and the simple Give a Girl a Journal Guide to Journaling – everything a girl needs to get started journaling – and send it off to the next girl on the list.
I want to NOMINATE A GIRL
to Receive a Journal (FREE)
I WANT TO
SPONSOR A JOURNAL
Your gift puts a journal in the hands of a girl somewhere in the world. The moment we receive your sponsorship, we get a journal ready for the next girl on our list of nominees and put it in the mail. She might be in your community, but chances are she’ll be in another part of the country, or another country all together! Part of our mission here at ‘Give A Girl a Journal‘ is to send the message that there are people in the world who we don’t even know, who care about us, and wish the best for us. We want to model generosity, creativity, and support for girls everywhere!
Your gift activates our band of journal fairies who kick into high gear putting together the magic journal gift for the next nominated girl on our list. With love and care, they’ll wrap up a journal, a pen and the simple Give a Girl a Journal Guide to Journaling – everything a girl needs to get started! Soon her magical, snail mail surprise will arrive and her journaling adventure will begin.
I want to SPONSOR A JOURNAL
for $20 USD*
*Please note that the Give a Girl a Journal is a do-good initiative, not a charity, therefore your $20 gift is not tax deductible. We are dedicating ourselves to this project to be a positive force for good in the lives of girls everywhere. We hope you’ll join us!
The Difference a Journal Makes
In support of the launch of Give a Girl a Journal, journalers around the world are sharing their stories of how they came to journal and why this practice is so important to them. You can join in! Simply share your journal story on your blog, Facebook, Instagram, wherever you hang out online using the hashtag #giveagirlajournal and linking back to http://www.giveagirlajournal.com. Feel free to leave a link to your post below so that we can all share in the community conversation about the power of journaling.