Diaries

You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me: A Memoir by Sherman Alexie “Despite some repetition, this is a powerful, brutally honest
We're complex beings, and there is always more to learn. Caring is more important than "knowing." Are we interested, receptive, curious? The element of surprise can fuel a sense of newness and add excitement when we're open to it.
I painstakingly wrote out the lyrics to a Richard Marx song -- what is more dramatic than that? NOTHING.
1. Spiral-bound notebooks 2. Legal pads 6. Fancy "book"-bound notebooks Flickr photo by Pen Waggener Pocket-sized notebooks
The Boyfriend Log, a new app from Dream It Green, LLC., allows users to track how they feel in their relationship on a day
I think I understand why Rywka Lipszyc's diary of life in the Lodz ghetto stops cold on April 12, 1944, in the middle of a sentence, even though she had months to go before being deported to Auschwitz.
How dare the Gov. snitch on my little fling with Bill?! We were both consenting Republicans at the time... I'm being slut-shamed like some little Sandra Fluke!
Was Anaïs Nin, a mid-20th century diarist, the world's first blogger? If so, it's taken the invention of the Internet to truly understand her work.
I'm following traveling carnivals from coast to coast for a year, writing essays about America from the road.
Was it a place she wrote about what worries her? Is she describing her scary dreams at night? With a heavy, worried heart, I unlocked her diary to see what was inside. What did I find?