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JournalTalk answers your questions about journaling

Q&A: “Why Can’t I Ever Finish One Notebook?”

JTQA_LogoDo you ever get bored with a journal notebook you’ve started, and just want to move on to the next one already? What’s that about?

With our typical playfulness, wit and creativity, Mari L. McCarthy and I offer some helpful suggestions to Susan who asks, “Why can’t I ever finish a journal notebook?” We cover the full range of ideas, including an encouragement for Susan to celebrate her not-finishing a notebook!

Please join the dialogue. Do you drool over the many options in the stationery aisle, while picking out your next journal notebook? Do you get so anxious to start a new one that you leave the old one with unused pages? We welcome additional comments and suggestions about finishing up one notebook before going to the next. Electronic journal-writers: Chime in!

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