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by AARP Bulletin, July 1, 2010|Comments: 0
Keeping a journal can bring subconscious insights into focus—whether you’re recording thoughts or exploring a hobby.
In Real Life Journals: Designing & Using Handmade Books, author Gwen Diehn covers the entire process of journaling. You’ll learn how to determine what type of journal will best suit your needs and discover how to use your journal to broaden and deepen experiences, projects, travels and relationships.
Published by Lark Crafts, Real Life Journals is the second book in the AARP Live & Learn series. To order, go to www.aarp.org/books.
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