Oh my God. Shelves: year-roundreferencewriting If each decade of your life was represented by a pop song, what would they be? I've always loved self-exploration, having those aha-moments and sitting back while thinking, "ho-ly cow, I finally understand what the problem is", or "this is the reason why I am who I am today" and a variety of other thoughts you may have.
Go home and write a tragedy about his or her mother.
I now have this journal and Tiny Things to Write About. Jason Roberts introduces the journal and at the very end he says this: "engage with them randomly, methodically, or in the order they catch your mind's eye and spark introspection.
This journal has already helped me out in so many ways. What did you have to do? I'm trying to not write in it every day, but rather save it over time so I have prompts to write when the time is right.
I checked Amazon to see if they were selling it for a lesser price and they were, so I plopped that--and two journals with a very similar title--into my Wishlist basket.
I have a lot of aha-moments when I write.