"Journal" Blogs & Blog Posts

BEYOND WORDSBEYOND WORDS

Working as a mixed media artist I find the book is the most powerful art fo...

 
DeejSpeaksDeejSpeaks

DeejSpeaks is created by a teenager that likes to experiment everything aro...

 
pic journalpic journal

Digital photo adventures in the Greater New Orleans area and beyond through...

 
Aria'z InkAria'z Ink

Because life happens at the speed of internet. Stay-at-home mom & inter...

 
A Quoi Ca Pense, Une Fee ?A Quoi Ca Pense, Une Fee ?

Personal blog of a rambling academic petrolhead and caffeine junkie

 
Nenni's WorldNenni's World

Just my thoughts, opinions, and daily goings on, with a few games thrown in...

 


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Spring in Asheville

By polyGeek on Apr 18, 2020 in: Journal

Mid April and the plants and trees are really getting their spring on. The dogwood trees here at the house are in full bloom and look healthier than they have in years. The oak trees are just starting to leaf out. In another 7-10 days we should have...

It’s alive

By polyGeek on Mar 22, 2020 in: Journal

I can’t think of a year in modern history, and certainly not in my lifetime, that has gotten off to a worse start. 2020 was just a few days old when the United States military executed the leading general of Iran. For a few days we all wondered...

Psychedelic Press XXIX is a literary feast featuring original writings, articles and poetry exploring psychedelic culture. The post Psychedelic Press XXIX is Out Now appeared first on Psychedelic Press.

Workout apps are fine, but I’m a strong believer in an old fashioned training journal. Since last spring, I’ve logged my workouts in a hardback graph paper notebook, and I found that the blank pages gave me plenty of space for charts, reflections...

The latest issue of the Psychedelic Press journal, XXVIII, covers nineteenth century hashish eaters, solanaceous fumigations, East Aglian fayres and more. The post Psychedelic Press XXVIII is out! appeared first on Psychedelic Press UK.

Some of the most influential people in history kept detailed journals of their lives, including Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Thomas Edison and Frida Kahlo. Those journals served two purposes: a permanent record for posterity and, presumably, a cathar...

Productivity hacks: they're so prolific you've probably learned to filter out the noise. Apps promising to monitor focus, fancy neurolinguistic programming and mindfulness practices, even amino acid-infused drinks promising to make your brain more ni...