Excerpt from As If By Accident by Julie Johnston:
She has brought along her journal. She has taken to carrying the red notebook, which fits into her oversized handbag, nearly everywhere she goes. Writing in it has become a solace, something of a confessional. It lies open on the table at a fresh page, dauntingly white. Carefully she writes the date. She has made a pact with herself to put down only her truest thoughts within these pages, although at the moment her mind is a blank. She writes that her mind is a blank.
I had to share this quote from Canadian author Julie Johnston’s As If By Accident. How many times have I looked at my blank journal and thought the same thing? I usually write something like – I’m not sure what to write about today….. I think just starting the writing process unlocks something. You can have a great journal entry exploring all the reasons why you feel you have nothing to write about that day. And before you know it….. 🙂
Read more about Julie’s book at Chapters online: http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/books/As-if-By-Accident-Julie-Johnston/9781552636916-item.html?ikwid=as+if+by+accident&ikwsec=Home