Paw Prints — journaling

Lock down journalling

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Lock down is affecting all of us - some more than others. I'm having good days and I'm also having bad days. Both days are worth journalling about. If I write about the good days, I have something to look back on to remind myself that not all days are black. On bad days... well, on bad days just the act of committing to paper what's upsetting me can be enough to help me process it and deal with it a little better. And of course, I can look over the entries from the better days too.

Enter the Public Supply 5x8" notebook.

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Inner Peace

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

No links today. Just some thoughts. I doubt that I’m the only one managing anxiety at the moment. Now, I make no claim to the heroics of those on the frontline, nor to the challenge of being locked up in a flat, looking after restless children. My lockdown is most definitely of the easiest kind.That said, my anxiety is not one for reasoning. It’s a slippery, covert thing that sidles onto my chest, heavy and brooding. I never see it coming, until it’s there.Anxiety comes in many forms and if you are at all worried about your own health, reach...

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Bumbling along

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Journaling as a comfort. Keeping me sane in a crazy world. Oh - and a chance to win a giveaway.

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