Come in, pull up a chair, choose a book, enjoy.
I don't know how long I kept writing. I felt reasonably safe, stretched out on the floor, and lay quite still. - The Bell Jar
With our ever increasing technologically driven world, we rarely put pen to paper. Books are read on line, the trill of turning the page, the sound of the paper is lost. Remember receiving that long-awaited letter in the post, how your heart fluttered with excitement. Sadly, the art of writing a long letter, has become a short note by email or other social media.
We write many things in our life from the first time we're taught to write our name in shaky uneven letters, joining the dots to create the shape, to practising signing our name in our very best handwriting, to declaring our love in letters and breaking hearts in goodbye notes.
We write essays and exam papers, reports with long complicated words that we often don’t really understand. The final act of writing our Last Will and Testament to leave our goods and chattel to those we wish.
With the age of computers those words can be erased with the tough of a button on the keyboard, sometimes by mistake. Thoughts lost forever
I am sure many of us have been fascinated by old letters and books left behind by past generations, with an heirloom journal you can leave your own story, your life’s experiences. It can touch your senses in an emotional way.
There are few things in the world that are more versatile than a piece of paper. Everything from great novels to simple shopping lists have been written on the material, making it easy to be taken for granted.
Keeping a journal stimulates the imagination. Being creative on paper is known to be a great way of unlocking and boosting inventive thought. It has been proven to help relieve anxiety, its relaxing by helping us focus. Doodling as we talk on the telephone, explaining something on a scrap of paper, making notes of important information.
Writing and art can inspire our imagination to take flight.
Photographs from happy customers of their loving filled journals.
I have been inspired to keep a journal/diary for the first time in many years. I was just drawn to this journal. Thank you
In these unsettled times, your journals have become important to my sanity, in as much as I was ever sane. :-)
Your journals should carry a warning, they are addictive. Comforting, the calm and sense of well being they give, triggers the endorphins.