Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Coming Up Next

It is with much excitement that I announce the topic of Study.Quiet's next series: Journaling! Keeping a daily journal/diary is very important, but it is often difficult to be consistent or write about everything that deserves a place in the record of my life.

This Journaling series will hopefully remind me of the benefits of journaling and improve the style and content of my own record. I would also like to encourage you all in one of two ways: to (1) give you the initiative to begin your own personal journal or (2) encourage you to continue journaling as you improve the way you write your record.

In this series you will be given the opportunity to ask these questions.

  1. Why should I keep a personal journal?
  2. Who am I writing the journal to?
  3. How often should I write?
  4. What should I write?
  5. What are the differences between blogging and journaling?

Check out the journaling poll on the sidebar and vote!


Ednella said...

Excellent topic!! I can't wait to read your posts on the topic. I do a prayer journal, but I have never been about to keep a consistent "life journal" or diary. My current book has olives all over it and I really like it.

Wow, what did that have to do with anything???


Falling Sparrow said...

I've been keeping a journal since I was 9 years old, back in Oklahoma. =) I have so many now, a mixture of spiral notebooks and nicer journals. I write almost every day, or try to, and catch up if I don't.

Erin said...

What fun! I can't wait for future posts on this subject.

I voted "I write in my journal about once a week" on accident. Please change one vote in that category to be "I write in my journal almost every day". :) Thanks!

Elizabeth Ellen Moore said...

Thanks for voting. I don't think I can change it, but if you know of a way, please let me know. If you want, you can vote again with your correct answer.

Bethany said...

I'm looking forward to your posts on this subject! I've journaled every day (for the most part!) since I was 9 years old. Currently, I'm on my 13 journal. I think one of my favorite things to do is go back and read what the Lord taught me last year...2 years ago...ect... What a wonderful record to keep of what the Lord has done in my life!

Erin said...

Hmm...for some reason it won't let me re-vote, but that's ok. :)