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Summer Journal Ideas
Twenty prompts, fifteen starters, and ten situations. What more could you ask for from a list of journal ideas?
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- Although designed for summer journaling, the prompts can be used throughout the year
- Provide writers with the list so they can find ideas when they are stuck for a topic
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