30 Day Journal Challenge - Establish a Daily Habit of Journaling
Have you always loved the idea of journaling? Are you following journalers on social media, but don't really know how to get started or finding it difficult to get into a habit of daily journaling?
Or perhaps you are already keeping a journal, but are stuck in a rut and could do with some prompts?
Look no further, I think this class might be the right fit for you. Research suggests that it takes about 30 - 60 days to create a new habit, in my 30 Day Journaling Challenge class, I'll guide you through 30 days of journaling, giving you a new prompt every day, the prompts are meant to be lighthearted and fun, their main aim to get you started on creating a habit that sticks.
I'll be talking about choosing a journal and pen, will give you ideas on how to fit a journaling routine into your busy day and get you to look at your environment in a new light, get you to notice the little things and give you ideas what you can journal about.
I've also included some quick and easy art journal style prompt, to give you a variety of prompts and new ideas to try out.
I'm thinking about creating a closed Facebook group, so that we can share our experiences, keep each other accountable and share tips and tricks on the way. I'll keep you posted!
All Music used in this class is by Hooksounds.com
Meet your instructor
my name is Nina Vangerow and I'm an artist and teacher and live in a small town in rural Wales, UK with my teenage son and out little terrier Mimi.
Under the name of The Forgotten Bookshop Girl I'm working as a mixed media artist, rebind old books turning them into notebooks, create vintage style Travelers Notebook inserts, work with various forms of image transfers and love working with materials that would normally have ended up in the landfill or is just looking for a new lease of life.
I have always loved anything vintage (I've got an MA in Ancient History) and am more of an analogue person, though I do love the internet and how it opens up the world to us.
Most of my work has definitely a vintage feel or twist, and I'm also very much influenced by the Dada movement, well, the 20's are probably my favourite era.