When I ask my colleagues, clients and interview guests what their core creative practice is, the #1 answer is journaling.
Journaling supports us when we are overflowing with inspiration and when we’re struggling with despair. It gives us a place to gather our ideas and to discover our voice, a place to make lists, to make art and to make sure we remember who we are. We write in Moleskines and composition books, sketchbooks and Hobonichis. We doodle and dream and make art in our journals. We explore and express. We discover and create.
Our journal is a place we can call our own.
In our first ever Studio Forum, we will gather together online and explore questions such as:
- How do you journal?
- When do you journal?
- Why do you journal?
- What do you use when you journal?
- What helps you stick with a practice of journaling?
- What doesn’t?
- What difference has journaling made in your life?
This is not a workshop or a seminar. It’s not an event where the host or one guest shares their stories and strategies. (Though, of course, I’ll share what I know too!) This is a chance for the studio community to share and benefit from one another’s experience. This is wisdom-sourcing with a group of creative, thought-full, like-minded, generous souls!
Let’s learn from one another about the power of journaling.
I know that when we bring together the knowledge and wisdom of this community and the topic of journaling the result is going to be sheer alchemy!
The First Ever Studio Forum: Journaling
Come and share your questions & your wisdom about journaling.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
1:00 – 2:00 pm EST
(check the time conversion for your region here)
Studio Forums are free collective wisdom events for studio members only. Registration is limited so join the Studio now and receive registration details in your newsletter.
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I’d love for you to be a part of the studio, to have a sanctuary for your creative explorations. Let me welcome you in.