Writing the Weekly Journal

Dear Fellow Journalers,

MaryBeth’s saga continues:

“I made some brief starts at the beginning because I really like to write about events and how I feel about what’s happening or is happening, as the case may be. I discovered that I needed to write at the end of the week and to gather together my regular journal, my calendar and the kid’s calendar. I took it one-day-at-a-time and wrote a phrase or a word to describe the event.

Some of the things I wrote about were activities the children were involved in such as the Class Debate, science projects gone horribly wrong, sledding accidents, Christmas presents, and of course there were a couple of adult adventures as well (meeting my new boss and getting lost in a snow storm with no cell service really scary!)

Next time, I’ll tell you about some tools I used to manage the journal writing. M.B.


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