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a journal that is also a blank book, sort of,
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This review is from: The True and the Questions Journal (Paperback)
Sabrina Ward Harrison is well-known for her art journals. This is a slightly different format. There are journal entries-both visuals and text-but they operate largely as a springboard for your own writing. SWH has provied quotes, lists, bits of poetry, etc. also the backgrounds, most of which are minimalist, and some prompts-you take it from there to make whatever you want : lists, a long entry about what happened today, a memory, whatever.
If you have a fear of the blank page, this book gets round that entirely. If you want some ideas about how to start, or how to continue, the book provides ideas. And it is very good at giving permission to be messy !
While I appreciate the openness and vulnerability expressed in this journal, I do find some of it a bit psychobabbly. This is probably "just" a cultural thing.