Why Writers Should Keep a Journal

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The more writers you read, the more opinions you’ll get… On everything. Especially on the topic of writing.

Journaling is no exception. Some writers refuse to do it, choosing instead to save their creative energy for work in which they get paid. Others, like Benjamin

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Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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Diona L. Reeves

Diona L. Reeves

Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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