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Episode 187: One Sentence

Amy Creative Journey | ICAD | Podcast

One-sentence journal, one-staple collage (a la Daisy Yellow), school dropoff/pickup conversations, inspiring podcasts, and more.

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One-Sentence Journal Inspiration, Sources, Articles

Various articles (many by Rubin) describing the one-sentence journal concept, a few examples from bloggers, and an app to check out:

Note: Since recording, I experimented as I navigated school traffic one morning to see if I could get Siri to launch a certain podcast. No luck. Poking around now and might try Overcast.

As I work almost around the clock to get as many things prepped before I leave my desktop for my Mom’s, I keep circling around my reluctance to “not” be able to record for 3 weeks. It will turn into 4. And then 5. And we all know what happened last year! Unfortunately, I will only have a Chromebook with me, and I haven’t figured out a solution.

Note: links provided to books, tools, and other resources on the Creativity Matters Podcast website may be affiliate links for which the podcast would make a (very) small amount of money if the item was purchased. The Creativity Matters Podcast is an affiliate. Links are provided for convenience to help you find/see/explore the books, tools, and resources I talk about. Using the library, when possible, is always my first recommendation for reviewing books firsthand.

8 thoughts on “Episode 187: One Sentence

    1. Oh no! All fixed now. A crash during posting must have wiped it out, and I didn’t notice. Thanks for letting me know. If you subscribe through iTunes, you can also pull over the shows through a podcast app rather than listening through the site. (It’s a new subscription at iTunes: Creative Mom Podcast)

  1. I think having older kids is busier because they have their own lives and their own schedules that require our ability to drive, but nothing else. I drove my son to school almost his entire senior year. We had amazing talks that even he remembers fondly. It isn’t always easy for him to talk about school and how it felt, for various reasons, but those talks made up for that. You are very fortunate and have done a good job of raising your freshman.

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