Author Archives: Terry Jago

About Terry Jago

Retired nurse manager interested in living my best life with natural and healthy living choices.

Isolation Journals Day 56 Quarenterms

Your prompt for today: Compose ten neologisms inspired by the year 2020. They can be shorthand expressions you’ve been using when texting with friends and family. New coinages to describe novel quarantine behaviors. Old phrases that now hold new meaning. … Continue reading

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Isolation Journal Day 55 Why we Journal

Your prompt for today: Write a journal entry about why you journal. Are there certain stories or forms you gravitate toward? People or places you prefer to leave out? Do you imagine anyone reading your entries? Do you notice a … Continue reading

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Isolation Journal Day 53 Start at the beginning

Your prompt for today:   Start at the beginning. Catalog all the difficult moments you have survived, from little things to the big things. Write about how you worked your way through adversity, and how even if it doesn’t feel … Continue reading

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Isolation Journal Day 52 Beyond the Grave

Your prompt for today:  Imagine you are able to speak to someone in your community, family, or lineage, even after you have passed on from this earthly plane. It is a person who was born after you were gone, so … Continue reading

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Isolation Journal Day 51 A To-feel List

Your prompt for today: Write a “to-feel” list. Start by naming your deepest yearnings and aspirations. Then take a moment to reflect on each—to study your own feeling compass, teasing out the nuances of what each contains with more depth … Continue reading

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Isolation Journals Day 50 The Secret Life of Things

50 days of journalling.. it has indeed been a journey – and one that I am glad I embarked on.  It is healing, and satisfying to write, and to learn from my fellow journalizers. Your prompt for today: Imagine you’re … Continue reading

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Isolation Journal Day 49. The Architecture of Memory

Your prompt for today: Think about a memory attached to a specific room in your childhood home. Write about the feelings and/or lessons you extracted from it that anchor you even in the present day. Moving away from home. It’s … Continue reading

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