Journaling

Behind the Mask…Journal Writing Prompt

October 28, 2018
RachelleEason.com Combo Journal

My question is then about authenticity. How can I achieve authenticity without taking off my mask? Is being true to me but not revealing all of me still authentic?

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Bear With Me While I Find Myself…

October 22, 2018
RachelleEason.com Daisy Bouquet & Journal

Then, when I had begun to doubt everything I am because of feeling like an imposter in that goal of reaching a different audience via the high-end level, returning to my roots seemed the right thing to do.

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5 Simple Steps to Writing a Nature Poem

September 28, 2018

Journal writing with poems composed from the heart is an imaginative way to open up to the overflowing beauty of nature. Here are five simple steps to writing a poem with RachelleEason.com

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7 Journal Writing Prompts to Connect with Nature in the Fall

September 23, 2018
7 Journal Writing Prompts Connect Nature in the Fall RachelleEason.com

The fall is upon us and with it comes a strong feeling for change and journal writing, of course! It could be the crispness in the air or the anticipation of the holidays around the corner, but I definitely feel the need to connect with nature and reflect over transitions.

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Fall…Transitions

September 3, 2018

Can you smell that crisp cool air? See the dancing branches of trees excited about their colors changing? Hear the crunch of walking on fallen leaves along paths cooling from the months of hot sun searing them? It feels like fall all around! Well, except for here in Central Florida. […]

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Tinogona…Part 2

August 26, 2018
Tinogona...Part 2 Rachelle Warrior

Tinogona is a Shona (Bantu people) word and translated through Swahili, it means “It is achievable.” In a blog last week, I shared a video of me creating a page in my Easenza journal in response to the prompt of Tinogona. You can find that blog by clicking the link […]

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Tinogona…It is achievable.

August 24, 2018
Tinogona...It is Achievable Woman

Tinogona…it is achievable. Tinogona is a word in Shona, a Bantu language of the Shona people of Zimbabwe.

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Recognizing Zen Moments and Taking Them

August 20, 2018
Recognizing Zen Moments

Yesterday I enjoyed a surprising hour of zen. I visited Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World to take pictures to promote my weekend artist residency this fall. It was to be a quick task; park, find a picturesque spot, click, and leave. Then I found the beach. It was […]

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In Focus and How I Got Here

August 9, 2018

Steps to Focusing Once I decided to focus on eco-staining, a sense of relief set in and a direction began to be planned. The steps to getting in focus were not straight-forward and structured for me. I struggled with the traditional techniques of planning. Scheduling, list making, and goal/objective planning […]

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Journey to Focus

August 9, 2018

Focus is not a strength that comes naturally to me, but it is one I am learning. My journey to focus began as a bumpy ride but transitioned into an intentional drive. The fact that I can overwrite the blue print of my past scattered living is still somewhat of […]

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