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Theme Journaling 2- Premade
To Journal or 'lazy' journal
I call the questionaire journals 'lazy' journals or writers block proof journals as with these, are a great way to get your 'story' on paper without all the heavy work of keeping a blog, a kit with a notebook (or whatever you'd use as a journal) and supplies. These types of books are great for killing time on vacation waiting to pick someone up and so on. All you need to do is have a pen with you.
It is a better idea to finish writing in it the same year you started this way your interests likely will not have changed.
Anything more then you might be crossing out. It's great once you finish answering all the questions to put it away maybe make a time capsule of sorts and include that. a photo or shoebox that it will fit in, Include some hotos of friends & family from the same year things you've written, drawn & so on.
I have at least one of the journals on here, I just forget where it is and not even sure if I filled any of it out yet. (It's currently in storage and thought i'd find it last time I went but to no avail wasn't in the bin I thought it would be in.)
Honestly I love these they are great for killing time or just when you are away on vacation.
Baby, Teen & mom Journaling - & Autobiography
THis are all pre-made journals all you have to do is write any time you'd like about whatever is on the page. Tehre's a journal for moms for things their kid says (like that AWkward Curse bomb eery child seems to eventually come out with) You can note that for a laugh later as well as where reactions etc.
The Dr. Seuss one well will have to at least be started for them.
There's anothjer below as well. Frankly I can not decide which I like best as they are set up in 2 different ways. Chekc out the one below as well. (you are able to look inside both)
Don't worry dog lovers there's one for your dog as well!
Questionaire Journal sample pages - & one cute ideaClick thumbnail to view full-size
I started to write a couple of stories in october (2011) I prefer to write in a composition book, or a binder with loose leaf paper
Then after I finish a page or 2 front & back, and after a day or 2 I type it while I do the edits & revisals.
If you really don't have an actual idea for writing even a short story, then use one of these books.
I've listed a variety of journals and other items to try to help you at least find an idea or start your own.
Some of the books that aren't actual reading, maybe you can write a book about doing whatever it is in the book each day, or take an idea from one of the pages & start that way. Inspiration comes when you least espect it (I really hate that, as I do not always have a pen & paper around to jot down the ideas for poems or my stories. One in which I got the idea from something someone said in a book or tv show.
Check out my Epic ballad of Poetry lens for more possible ideas!
I have the ALL About me book, but Its soewhere in storage as well as another like it (can't remember title)
10 Ideas for a Questionaire journal - or just a page in your regular journal
- What Do (or did) you want to be whe you grow up
- What year do you think we will have cars like the Jetsons?
- How about 'computers' without the computer? (out of thin air you just flick your fingers to do whatever it is)
- What are your flaws? (How can you change them to hel yourself?)
- What are your strengths or talents
- List 5 things in your purse (if you are a guy then in your wallet)
- Top 10 all time favorite Movies & one for tv shows
- What Tv series that you've watched (no longer on air but yes can be in syndicate) do you miss most?
- If there was a chance that students could 'make' their own subject to take in school what would yours be?
(examples.. Potions, Egyptology, Lenscrafting, etc)
- What would you do if....... (write what that if is & what yu would do in that situation)