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Journal Writing Comes Alive At Belle Isle Library

Most of us think of keeping a journal as a means of recording our own personal histories, but there are more benefits than that.

The Belle Isle Library, 5501 N. Villa, is presenting a workshop called “Journal Writing For Everyone: Journal to the Self” on Saturday, August 10, at 1:00 p.m.

“The workshop is based on the work of Kathleen Adams, Center for Journal Therapy,” said librarian Ann Meeks. “Using a personal journal can be a useful tool for many reasons, including recording memories and clarifying thoughts. You know how you sometimes get a better grasp of a situation when you write down what you’re thinking? But one thing that people might not be aware of is that writing in a journal can actually reduce stress.”

The session is free and good for both beginners and experienced journal writers, who will pick up some tips and ideas.

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Kim Terry

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Kim grew up in a semi-small town in northwest Oklahoma and went to Oklahoma State University. Her original dream of being an architect didn’t pan out since she and physics didn’t play well together, so she decided to get a degree in Journalism/Advertising. She has worked in marketing for 20 years in various industries from healthcare to software to publishing.

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