Blog Posts - Journaling



ESV Journaling Bible

Post contains affiliate links. Are you into the adult coloring craze? Or were you one of those kids who loved to doodle in the margins of your books and notebooks? If so, you’ll most likely love the current popularity of journaling Bibles. What...
by Girls in White Dresses on Nov 11, 2015

Creative Journaling for Inspiration

Creative Journaling is an old/new technique I’ve been using lately to keep my inspiration and creative juices flowing.  Growing up I was fortunate (or cursed as I saw it through younger eyes) to be blessed with two artistic talents – as...
by Proofing It Write on Nov 8, 2015

PAIN OF THE EVERYDAY: Practice focus journaling using these 4 questions to get out of the doldrums

This post first appeared on themindfulword.org.   “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein I was shopping today, standing in the...
by ORZOLA on Nov 6, 2015

PAIN OF THE EVERYDAY: Practice focus journaling using these 4 questions to get out of the doldrums

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]...
by The Mindful Word on Nov 5, 2015

My teachers

I’ve mentioned my teachers a couple times already, it’s time to devote a post to them. I’ve just read through my life story (an assignment I got from L. to prepare) and I saw how much influence they had on my life. My HR mentor She started off...
by ORZOLA on Nov 3, 2015

I don’t want to become mediocre

I was always fascinated by the lives of famous people. I read biographies, watched movies of successes, great inventions, death-defying expeditions. Based on these stories I imagined a life for myself of success, grandiose accomplishments, being the...
by ORZOLA on Oct 28, 2015

Day 11 of our 21 day adventure

I’m still laying here in bed contemplating the day. I am thoroughly exhausted after hiking all day yesterday and part of me just wants to stay here and lounge around for the remainder of the day. Brian looks like he … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Oct 28, 2015

The paradox of living a fast-changing life and cherishing long-term thinking

Movement and change have been always present in my life. Whether it is moving to another flat, changing jobs, starting a new project or trying a new form of entertainment, my attitude has been open, welcoming, even craving to change something. My fam...
by ORZOLA on Oct 27, 2015

Manifest Change with My Free Printable Healing Cards

It's that season again to reflect on endings and transitions.Whether change is forced upon us or we are consciously seeking it out, we either need to learn to adjust or initiate it.Once we have the will and commitment to embrace the new, letting go o...
by Cosmic Faery's Journal on Oct 26, 2015

What would be my greatest regret?

I have just finished my second journal–a journal created for beginners, people interested in trying the habit of journaling. At the same time, I only sold one of my first printed journal focusing on an important relationship. Serious self-doubt is...
by ORZOLA on Oct 21, 2015

A belated third quarter account

The rain is pouring for days here in Budapest, and my mood has been plaintive and gray similarly for weeks. Some previous and coming posts have reflected / will reflect that, you’ll see. Why? First, I’m a bit energy-depleted, started to work for...
by ORZOLA on Oct 19, 2015

The big YES

I have a friend who was on the verge of becoming a nun. She was already ‘provisionally engaged’ and was living at a Catholic community. I went to visit her there couple of times–at that period in my life living in a religious community (rather...
by ORZOLA on Oct 15, 2015

Relationship journal – pictures with links

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by ORZOLA on Oct 12, 2015

The summer with my kids

From the 11-week extreme long Hungarian summer vacation I spent 6 weeks with my kids at home. Last summer I wanted to control their holiday time, organized events, invited friends over, this summer I chose to trust them, and provide them more unstruc...
by ORZOLA on Sep 16, 2015

Finding the motivation to exercise (part 3)

This morning I was jogging. Not much, my usual 5 km (3 miles). This morning running did not feel good. I was panting early, my muscles were sore, my side ached. All I wanted is to stop and go home. My supportive self-talk turned on: what happens if y...
by ORZOLA on Sep 13, 2015

The buzzword: motivation (part 2)

Knowing what I would like to do and why I would like to do it is a great step towards personal development, understanding myself. I would like to dig deeper in the realms of motivation, and introduce you the book of Daniel H. Pink: Drive. Mostly it i...
by ORZOLA on Sep 9, 2015

Doodling Tricks & Tips: Using up Your Leftover Ink or Paint

I've mentioned before that I will often use leftover spray ink, paint etc to add colour to a blank page. Yes I really do this and when feeling a bit aimless I will use one of these pre-coloured random backgrounds. As you may expect the results ar...
by Sparkle Tart by Kate Palmer on Sep 8, 2015

The buzzword: motivation (part 1)

We hear this word “motivation” a lot nowadays, especially at work. Have you ever wondered where your motivation comes from? What is it in the first place? By definition, motivation is the reason why we do something or behave in a certain way. But...
by ORZOLA on Sep 6, 2015

Have you ever been Pulled, Tugged, or Shoved into an Unknown Direction?

Several months back I saw a bible that had journaling in the margins with words and photos. The journaling was done by hand using markers, pencils, colored pencils, etc. The journaling emphasized a verse on that page. I kept seeing more and more jour...
by Scraps of Life on Sep 5, 2015

Paying attention to details

I just came across an article about a certain teaching method used by a Harvard professor, Louis Agassiz: the importance of first-hand, careful observation in natural sciences. The article was written by one of his student who was presented with a fi...
by ORZOLA on Sep 3, 2015


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