See what happens when you do. Above all, stop caring about the outcome. It doesn't have to be great, but exists as something you did that day. The whole point is getting stuff on the page.
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Once it's out there, it can become fodder for other work; I had one page in a journal where I collected just white things, and it later became part of a short film — it's all material for other ideas. A lot of people don't like to spend money on a journal because they're afraid to wreck it, which is understandable. I buy beautifully made leather-bound journals because I have lost my fear of the blank page. My journals are precious in a different way.
I love everything that comes out of them and I want them to last, to be durable. I don't worry about them getting wrecked, and I enjoy them more as they fill up. The more daring I get, the more unruly they become. Anything you come across in daily life is great for a journal — a lot of my pages are full of artefacts I've glued in: a piece of paper I found on the ground that someone had discarded, labels from the Post Office, ticket stubs, anything with numbers on it, a thin piece of bright orange fencing from a construction site; anything where I really enjoy the colour.
All this stuff looks even better when you present it in a grid, or pair things together to see how they play off each other. I use a lot of chance in my work and try not to intervene too much — I'll just drop stuff onto the page and see what happens. One great collage exercise is getting a magazine or newspaper, something with lots of nice colour, then cutting out circles from several pages of it, so you have around 50 of them you can randomly play with; combine the colours, see how they mix and match or drop them randomly and glue where they fall.
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It's so fast to do and very satisfying. Often, we don't try things, because we think we know what's going to happen: we make assumptions about outcomes. Do you have any more tips or tricks to share? Leave us a comment here or on our Facebook page , and happy journaling!
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Hard to think of a more inspirational place for journal writing Consciously set aside time for journal writing Enthusiastically buying a beautiful new journal is one thing, actually filling it with your own thoughts and stories is quite another. Think about where you write or draw best Where do ideas come to you?
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Our group on a sacred journey to Peru. After experiencing the wonder of Machu Picchu, take a few moments with your journal to note down the details of this sacred site. Notice the small details On sacred sites tours the organizational details are all taken care of leaving you more time to fully engage with the travel experience and focus on other kinds of details.
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Thanks to participant Chris Franek for capturing this marvel! Will you be joining Phil for a travel and writing adventure soon? Sign up to our Newsletter. Thank you. However, you could also organize it by topic.
If you choose to do so, create sections like Questions, Praises, Musings, etc. Find a way to mark each section, but it might be helpful to organize in this way.
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