Jill’s Journal Questions Tag

I’m answering the Jill’s Journal Questions Tag.

YouTube video link: http://youtu.be/a8upBSyzN2Y

  1. How many journals do you currently have?

Real journals/diaries: 22

Story notebooks: 33

“Other” notebooks: 7

Blanks, waiting to be used: 27

Grand Total: 89

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  1. What does your current journal look like?

Current JournalNext One

Next Journal

  1. How many pages do you have left in your current journal?

24 pages

  1. What is your favorite journal that you have?

A lighthouse one with Jill Wolf’s poem “Don’t Quit” on the cover.

Favorite

  1. How long have you been journaling?

According to the date in my very first diary, I’ve been journaling since 1995.

  1. What does your first diary/journal look like?

It is a small pink journal with small multicolored hearts. It has a lock that’s hard to open now, so I leave it open.

First Diary (1) First Diary (2) First Diary (3) First Diary (4)

  1. How do you date your entries?

Day Month Year 31 December 1999

  1. Show us a glimpse of your handwriting.

Cursive: Jills Journal Tag (2)

Print: Jills Journal Tag (3)

  1. Do you ever rip out any pages from your journal?

Nope. It all stays. The good, the sad, and the crazy.

  1. What do you usually write about?

For years, I would write when I had to unload emotionally. But lately, I’ve been working through some reflection questions. They’ve helped me work through some craziness.

  1. What inspired you to writing in the beginning?

I honestly don’t remember. My first diary is dated 1995, twenty years ago. I’ve always like having a place when I could work through things privately.

© Cori Large May 21, 2015

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cheri
    Jun 08, 2015 @ 13:28:37

    Do you ever go back and read the journals from the past?

    Reply

  2. Donna
    Jun 08, 2015 @ 23:09:12

    I love going back and reading what you wrote years ago 🙂 I love your shelf of journals!!

    Reply

    • caendicott
      Jun 09, 2015 @ 08:33:31

      Thank you! I’ve been wanting to dig them out of the steamer trunks they were packed in for awhile and finally did it!

      Reply

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