How to Teach Nature Journaling by John Muir Laws and Emilie Lygren
One of the things I’m trying to do in homeschooling for Caleb (and Naomi) is focus on the things that they would not ordinarily do in school—spend more time outside, read stories and comic books, build solar ovens or float boats in water, let them help out in the warehouse learning phonics while they pull ink colours for orders, grow plants.
Update on My 2016 Hobonichi - Gratitude Journaling
Last December, I posted about the notebooks I planned on using in 2016 to organize my life and my thoughts. It was nice to sit down at the end of a year and think ahead to a fresh start and what all was going to happen.
Journaling Tips #1: Using An Instant Film Camera
Here's one idea to consider for your new year of journal writing, or wherever you are in your journalling journey.
Thoughts on Journal Writing
Journal writing is one of the last bastions of writing that is often best done by hand. We now send e-mails and type up our lab reports and of course here I am blogging this in the hopes that someone is reading this on their screen.