10 Creative Bullet Journal Page Ideas to Keep Track of Your Reads

10 Creative Bullet Journal Page Ideas to Keep Track of Your Reads

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Keeping track of your reads, and the books you want to read, can be frustrating. Though we all promise ourselves that we’ll read more books this year, will finally finish that book we started two years ago, and so on, sometimes we need a little push to actually do so. Journaling can be a bookworm’s best friend, as it gives you a creative source to write down and track your bookish thoughts, habits, and goals.   Here are ten inspiring bujo bookish pages to keep track of your reads this year!   1. Source: Instagram/paperandinkco.heidi   2.  Source: Instagram/oak.tree.journaling   3. …

NYC’s Biggest Museum Has Put 50 Years of Art Books Online…for Free

NYC’s Biggest Museum Has Put 50 Years of Art Books Online…for Free

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At New York City’s most-visited museum, you will experience over 5,000 years of art from around the world. Now you don’t even have to travel to the Upper East Side to get inspired because the Met offers an online database of over 1,500 titles of mostly art books, online publications, bulletins, and journals from the last five decades for you to enjoy for free.   Image Via the Metropolitan Museum of Art   Met Publications is the name of the website in which you can indulge in reading all those art books you cannot afford, sieve through journals written by those …

Famed Short Story Writer Flannery O’Connor’s Teenage Diary to Be Published!

Famed Short Story Writer Flannery O’Connor’s Teenage Diary to Be Published!

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Flannery O’Connor is one of the most canonical American short story writers, if not the most. English majors across the US read her works in awe. Whether it’s ‘A Good Man Is Hard to Find’, ‘Everything That Rises Must Converge’, or one of her many essays, O’Connor’s work has helped shape young minds for generations. And now, thanks to the quarterly journal Image, we’ll now get a look at O’Connor’s young mind.   Image Via Image   O’Connor’s journal will be released in Image’s 94th issue, which will ship in November. The journal, which O’Connor titled “Higher Mathematics”, was written …

How My Five-Year Journal Changed My Outlook on Life

How My Five-Year Journal Changed My Outlook on Life

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Sometimes I find myself just living by the same old routine. I get so caught up that I sort of forget to take in all the small pieces that make up the week. We’ve all been there right?   For my birthday a few months ago one of my best friends since elementary school bought me a gift that would change my outlook on everyday life. She was kind enough to give me: a gift card to my favorite clothing store (gotta have those new boots), a bottle of wine (didn’t share it), and a Q&A a Day: 5-Year Journal…wait, what? …

The 7 Best Magazines to Kick-Start Your Writing Career

The 7 Best Magazines to Kick-Start Your Writing Career

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Last Sunday, September 17th, countless authors, publishers, poets, and publications descended upon Brooklyn Heights for the annual Brooklyn Book Festival, featuring stalls, discussion panels, and readings.   Brooklyn Book Festival / Image Via Brownstoner   It can seem overwhelming when you consider (or see with your own eyes) the sheer number of both writers trying to get their start, and of journals and magazines looking for submissions. We want to make it a little easier, so we’ve rounded up some of the best literary journals present at the festival and where you can find them. Even if you’re less about writing …