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    Junior Scrapper
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    It is very difficult for me the journaling. Do yu always journal in a page? Is there any sites to help us? My mind is blocked.

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    Junior Scrapper
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    It is very difficult for me the journaling. Do yu always journal in a page? Is there any sites to help us? My mind is blocked.

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    Hey Welcome to the site!!

    I don't do that much Journaling in my books but I am trying to start. Check out the Scrapbooking Quotes and Poems in the forum for more help. Others have posted site and stuff there. Hope that helps.
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    I do a little journaling. I am working on my our family cubscout album right now. So I will always put on the pages the event, date, and place. And then I just add little things like "Campfire Skits and Songs", or "Ryan carrying the American flag". Very simplistic. Hope this helps.
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    Just imagine someone looking at your album while you are in the kitchen. They would be asking you who's in the picture and what's happening. That's what will happen in the future when you aren't around to answer those questions.

    My advice is to atleast put the basic "who, what, why, when and where." Then you may feel more comfortable journaling about the feelings experienced during the event. Also, I don't like my handwriting so I journal a lot on the computer.

    Hope this helps,
    Sherri

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    I'm not one to journal except basic info.


 

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