When I started journaling, I had no idea what I was doing. I’m a logical creature with a writing and video production background who can work a lighting board with no problem and split attention between twelve screens, but when it came to art, my people were stick figures and the most I did was doodles.
True to You, the original course, was created out of my dislike of relying on external prompts to fill a journal. Prompts are wonderful, but there’s so much rich material all around you that you could journal for years and never need a prompt if you only knew where to look.
True to You 2, the sequel, continues the journey. Now that you know what to journal about, I want to take you through the process of figuring out what to journal with. What colors and shapes and textures do you love? What do they all mean to you? In order to discover what you love, you need to learn to break free of constructs formed when you were young and see things as they are, not how you see them.