Taking inspiration from Jacqueline Wilson's brilliant characters, fire your imagination and get your creative juices flowing with this boredom-busting activity journal, beautifully illustrated by Nick Sharratt and complete with space to record your ideas every day. Have a go at writing a tall tale like Tracy Beaker, drawing a sea creature with Ella from The Longest Whale Song and much more in this, the perfect gift for every Jacqueline Wilson fan!
The Art of Finding Yourself: 35th Anniversary Edition
Author: Lucia Capacchione
Pubpsher: Ohio University Press
Originally released in 1980, Lucia Capacchione’s The Creative Journal has become a classic in the fields of art therapy, memoir and creative writing, art journaling, and creativity development. Using more than fifty prompts and vibrantly illustrated examples, Capacchione guides readers through drawing and writing exercises to release feelings, explore dreams, and solve problems creatively. Topics include emotional expression, healing the past, exploring relationships, self-inventory, health, life goals, and more. The Creative Journal introduced the world to Capacchione’s groundbreaking technique of writing with the nondominant hand for brain balancing, finding innate wisdom, and developing creative potential. This thirty-fifth anniversary edition includes a new introduction and an appendix listing the many venues that have adopted Capacchione’s methods, including public schools, recovery programs, illness support groups, spiritual retreats, and prisons. The Creative Journal has become a mainstay text for college courses in psychology, art therapy, and creative writing. It has proven useful for journal keepers, counselors, and teachers. Through doodles, scribbles, written inner dialogues, and letters, people of all ages have discovered vast inner resources.
Your creative spirit is begging you to give it a new challenge. Your opportunity is here; will you take the plunge? The concept of Noah Scalin's "365 method" is simple and inspired: Choose a theme or medium, then make something every day for a year. Noah made 365 skull-themed projects . . . now he invites you to choose your obsession and get creative! Whether you're drawing or using photography or collage--you're strengthening an inner creative muscle. And in this new edition, there's even more to inspire you! You'll find a bonus month of new prompts--now there are more than 400 ways to jumpstart your creative spirit and get inspired! 365+: A Daily Creativity Journal is meant to be marked up and scribbled in. It has space for journaling, sketching, and jotting down ideas--the perfect place to experiment with choosing subjects that matter to you then creating a massive body of work. You'll see how the "365 method" has inspired others, with features on artists and crafters who took the 365 challenge. You'll also have the opportunity to master new techniques you can then incorporate into your projects, including quilling, clay-making, paper pop-up engineering, and more. With 365+, you'll get charged up, messy, and inspired, and you'll see how making something every day can change your creative process--and your life--forever!
This journal allows students to identify common causes of stress in their lives and develop skills to manage them. Writing in this journal for a period of weeks or months, and then reading over the passages, will help students sort through personal, social, or even global issues. This journal is the perfect companion to any stress management course or workshop.
Developed by renowned author and lecturer, Brian Luke Seaward, Managing Stress: A Creative Journal allows you to identify common causes of stress in your life and develop skills to manage them. Writing in this journal for a period of weeks or months, and then reading over the passages, will help you sort through personal, social, or even global issues.
Release on 2019-08-03 | by Ace of Hearts Publishing
A Journal to Record All Your Creative Ideas
Author: Ace of Hearts Publishing
Pubpsher: Independently Published
Get Creative Journal - All your fantastic ideas in one place! 120 lined pages for you to record all your great (and sometimes weird) thoughts. Jot all your ideas down in this creative journal, review them occasionally to get even more inspiration. Keep your mind active - the more your write down the more creative you become. Encourage your children to use their mind and list all their wonderful ideas. Great for your older friends and family members too as it will help them to keep their mind active. Fun for all ages - got a thought - jot it down - it may lead to another even better thought. Perfect gift for any age and any occasion. Write down great ideas for mothers day, fathers day, birthdays, valentines day, anniversaries, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, Easter, things to do during summer holidays, etc.
Release on 2012-04-23 | by Shelly Rodgers,Esther Thorson
Author: Shelly Rodgers,Esther Thorson
Category: Business & Economics
Advertising Theory provides detailed and current explorations of key theories in the advertising discipline. The volume gives a working knowledge of the primary theoretical approaches of advertising, offering a comprehensive synthesis of the vast literature in the area. Editors Shelly Rodgers and Esther Thorson have developed this volume as a forum in which to compare, contrast, and evaluate advertising theories in a comprehensive and structured presentation. Chapters provide concrete examples, case studies, and readings written by leading advertising scholars and educators. Utilizing McGuire’s persuasion matrix as the structural model for each chapter, the text offers a wider lens through which to view the phenomenon of advertising as it operates within various environments. Within each area of advertising theory – and across advertising contexts – both traditional and non-traditional approaches are addressed, including electronic word-of-mouth advertising, user-generated advertising, and social media advertising contexts. As a benchmark for the current state of advertising theory, this text will facilitate a deeper understanding for advertising students, and will be required reading for advertising theory coursework.
Decompress Your Stress Anxious Art is for readers and doodlers seeking relief from anxiety and stress through meditative, creative processes. What if we took our stress and used it to create art that brings us peace? A 2016 study at Drexel university that examined the effects of creative activity on reducing levels of the stress hormone cortisol discovered that “45 minutes of art making…resulted in statistically significant lowering of cortisol levels.” We all know cortisol is the stress hormone, so grab a pen or pencil and let the meditations and writing prompts in this mindfulness journal take you on a calming journey to a healthier, happier mind. T.S. Eliot once said, “Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity,” but if he had this creative journal during times of worry, he surely would have said creativity was the handmaiden to peace. With this friendly, calming companion, you will find that you are much more present in the here and now. A unique guided journal that will calm and inspire: When used as self-expression, creativity can allow us to take part in what psychologists call “sublimation,” or the transformation of negative or socially unacceptable impulses into socially acceptable or even beautiful creations. Anxious Art offers inventive prompts, art projects, and affirmations to inspire artistic activities that distract from feelings of distress and anxiety. As you experience this transformative guided journal, you will work with: • Lyrical affirmations that build self-confidence and reduce fear • Therapeutic writing exercises that root you in the present and spark joy • Doodling that calms your emotions • Guided breathing exercises that bring you into the present moment Fans of Wreck This Journal, Tiny Buddha’s Worry Journal, or I Am Her Now, will love the calming benefits of Anxious Art.