Sharing Journals

Written by Doreene Clement

Sharing Journals By Doreene Clement

Creating a journal, diary, or diaries that combines scrapbooking and journaling, is a journal that you can share. Writing about experiences and feelings, and including photos, ticket stubs, magazine or newspaper clippings, fortune cookie fortunes, drawings, and more, enhances and further explains those experiences and feelings, becoming a treasured keepsake for you and for your family and friends to share for years to come.

You can create a Sharing Journal for just yourself, for your family, friends, for work, and groups. You can even passrepparttar journal around to friends and family, and have them contribute pages, with their own ideas, feelings, pictures, experiences, and more.

Materials needed: Blank book, photo album, or a scrapbook Colored pens, pencils, crayons, erasers, etc. Glue Scissors Photo corners Photos, ticket stubs, drawings, magazines, etc.

Decide if your book has a theme or not. Is it a family shared journal, a book about your friends, a book about your birthday or anniversary, an everyday "what is happening in my world today" book, or is it a book about "my dreams"?

To start your Sharing Journal, diary or diaries -- Using a blank book or a scrapbook, you can glue and write throughoutrepparttar 145556 whole book. Glue your item, say a movie ticket stub, (photo, fortune cookie fortune, articles or scenes from magazines, etc.) anywhere onrepparttar 145557 page in your book. Then write about what you felt and experienced, who you were with, what dreams and ideas were stimulated. Write aboverepparttar 145558 ticket, torepparttar 145559 side, atrepparttar 145560 bottom, all around. Be creative with bothrepparttar 145561 placement of your ticket andrepparttar 145562 writing. Use pens, pencils, crayons, of different colors on one page to giverepparttar 145563 "feel" of your experience. Write in upper and lower case, write large and small, slant your words onrepparttar 145564 page. Glue letters or phrases from magazines onrepparttar 145565 page. Whatever you do, whatever it looks like, is absolutely perfect. Have fun with your book. Be proud of what you are creating. There is no right or wrong way to create your journal, it is your book, do what feels right for you. Then, share your journal.

DYI Divorce

Written by Sara Jenkins

DYI Divorce is very popular inrepparttar United States. The divorce rate inrepparttar 145555 United States is rising at an alarming pace. Withrepparttar 145556 soaring rates of lawyers andrepparttar 145557 prestigious law firms, getting a divorce has become a fairly expensive business. DYI Divorce is a way out for people who don't haverepparttar 145558 time andrepparttar 145559 necessary financial standing to file a normal divorce in court.

For a DYI Divorce, you and your spouse should essentially agree that you both wish to end your marriage and go your separate ways in peace. Only when you feel that you and your spouse can cooperate enough to come to some form of fair agreement, regardingrepparttar 145560 division of all your property and bills, you can proceed to file a DYI Divorce. Before filing a DYI Divorce, you must feel certain that you and your spouse can reach a fair and reasonable agreement about custody of child, child visitation, and child support.

Before you file

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