Live that you
may learn to love.
Love that you may
learn to live.
No other lesson is required.
— Milton Forester
For the whole month of January, I got on such a roll posting an inspirational quote each day, along with journaling prompts.
So I couldn’t resist sharing this one with you today – its part of this month’s lesson in Magic Book.
Our theme Magic Book for February is love * letters.
Hello there! That’s me in present time, left, and as a toddler, right.
These are pages inside of my own Magic Book. We’re playing with all sorts of visual journal projects and prompts to ignite self-compassion, kindness, caring….and love in ways that go outside of the traditional valentine.
Way beyond. Including a challenge to write a letter to someone we admire professionally. I include a handy template for that, don’t worry!
Fill-in-the-blank writing and journaling at its finest. No over-thinking or procrastination required.
If you’re just hearing about Magic Book now – yay! You can join us at any time during the year. When you purchase, you’ll get access to all of the lessons in one downloadable .pdf ( includes one lesson a month for a whole year).
This month, as dip into your Magic Book and play with these prompts and projects, you’ll experience for yourself the magic of love letters, and the love of letters.
This video shows the structure of the Magic Book – how mine looks.
Join me for a whole year of creative exploration…
During the 30 Day Journal Project last year, so many people wrote asking for ongoing connection and contact. I wanted that, too!
The seed was planted for a year-long journaling workshop that isn’t time-consuming or overwhelming—or even require a daily journal entry.
Ooh! How does that work?!
How it works:
Magic Book brings you a whole year of journaling inspiration.
Projects include simple, easy and fun ways to incorporate mixed-media art, collage, photography into your journaling.
Each month is like adding a new chapter to your magic book. You don’t have to do all of the projects. Even if you just dip in and out, you’ll be creating a whole new year of possibilities.
This is a simple way to stay connected with your creativity, me, and a community of kindred journalers. You don’t have go it alone!