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February Six Word Photo Story Challenge: “Love & Hearts”

Paper hearts are easier to fix.

I spent a lot of time when I was younger wishing I had a paper heart. They’re easier to fix only using tape or another craft-related supply.

In real life, I took my heartbreaks hard. They lasted for years. The only way out was through distraction and time. There was…

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It’s good to mix things up

source: Etsy listing (junkjournalcity). Waiting for the real thing.

Since I started junk journaling, I’ve recycled books that were damaged or wouldn’t sell as my notebook.

For this style of journaling, I use materials that are easy to come by but fit the meaning of junk: wrappers, packaging, gift wrap, etc. I don’t believe in buying new supplies very…

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I hope they’re not boring!

Photo by Dariusz Sankowski on Unsplash

Memoir is quickly becoming a favorite sub-genre of non-fiction for me. I enjoy hearing about others’ journeys and experiences. This is especially true if it’s a year-long challenge of some kind.

For example:

  • The Happiness Project- Gretchen Rubin explores different areas of her life and asks if she’s as happy…

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Rachella Angel Page

Writer, wife, lifelong learner. I write about personal development, emotional wellness, relationships and lifestyle.