Row, row, row your boat
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.
— Nursery Rhyme
Today’s Journal Prompts:
If I let my creative work was easy, then…
When my creative work flows, it looks like this:
When I go gently in my creative work, what happens is…
If this is all really a dream, then…
If I allowed myself to float gently, letting the current of my heart’s desire carry me, my little boat would take me…
In Case you’re just popping in today for the 30 Day Journal Project:
Here you’ll find an index with links to all of posts in this project.
Have you tried Lazy Journaling?
Last year when I offered the first 30 Day Journal Project, I found that having the prompts printed out in advance helped me get right into my journaling for the day.
I think of this as lazy journaling.
Fill in the blank, and you’re done!
After I made these for myself, I prettied up the design (and added another layout) so you could use them, too.
This is what I’m using for my own journaling.
There is another layout for cutting and pasting into an existing journal. I’ll share photos or a video of these at some point this month.
Get ALL 30 days of prompts & quotes (plus one bonus day) with 2 different layout designs.
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Dreaming on Paper: The Creative Sketchbook starts on February 11, and is now open for registration.
This online workshop is the foundational, prerequisite course for the creative entrepreneur workshops and facilitator training.
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You’ll get lifetime access to 3 online workshops: Dreaming on Paper, Creative + Practice, & The 7 Creative Powers.
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Why bother keeping an art journal or sketchbook? Yeah, I used to ask myself that from time to time, too.
In A Manifesto for the Hesitant Dreamer I share more about what Dreaming on Paper is all about, and what we do.
Beauty & Connection
Each inspirational quote for the 30 Day Journal Project has a pretty visual graphic for you to print out and paste your journal, add to your Pinterest gallery, or share as you wish.
You are invited to share your experience in the comments—the dream is to collect your stories for an upcoming book about this project.
Use the hashtag #30DAYJOURNAL in your blog and social media posts so we can find each other and build our creative community.