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The Practice of Journaling

Kyle Pope
4-8 p.m. , Friday April 05 | $149

Take the time to write! Set aside these two hours every week to create a journaling practice that will help you transform your life.  Learn journaling techniques, explore new forms of journaling, and discover ways to create and sustain a beneficial journaling practice.  No expectations, no rules, no competition – just time, inspiration, support, and motivation.  



Where: Women Writing for (a) Change
Phone: 513-272-1171
Address: 6906 Plainfield Road
Website: www.womenwriting.org

Women Writing for (a) Change

6906 Plainfield Road
Cincinnati, Ohio
45236
 
Women Writing for (a) Change inspires women and girls to craft more conscious lives through the art of writing and the practices of community. This mission is rooted in the knowledge that the well-being of women and girls has a positive effect on families, institutions, and the planet.
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