What Exactly Do I Put in a Writer’s Journal?

Ania Kiplan

My passion for storyology started at a typical young age, but with a desire to do it forever. That's why before I started my true writing journey, I taught writing and reading in high school classrooms in AZ. Later, I started writing part-time toward a goal of being published. All the while, trying to help others like me with my storyology blog.

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  1. Ania Kiplan says:

    If you like to move things around and be able to organize more, I’d say to go for the binder. There’s nothing special or specific about having a bound or spiral book. A binder can do just as well. Just get a 1/2 inch binder and call it good! Or, you can always get the five subject notebooks!

  2. These are really great ideas! I’ll be bookmarking this post for future reference.
    I’ve been trying to put one together for awhile now, but I’m not happy with my chosen notebook.
    I would prefer, I think, one that I can shift things around in. Like the mini binders I had back in the day.
    That way I can rearrange, remove/add, and expand or decrease tabs/sections as I need to.
    But then that feels too bulky and clunky, so then I feel like I need something bound or spiral. Thus begins the cycle of procrastination lol.

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