The Journal Newsletter – November/December 2015

I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving!
And since I’m combining the November and December newsletters, I would also like to wish everyone Happy Holidays! =)
Over this past weekend I learned, firsthand, why most people don’t make their own stuffing anymore. After baking the bread, turning the bread into croutons, and, finally, chopping veggies and turning the whole mess into stuffing (or “dressing,” as my mother calls it), I have to ask myself, “Will I ever do that again?” I probably will. But not tomorrow. In the spirit of the season, though, I would like to say I’m thankful it came out tasting great. =)

The Journal Newsletter – August 2015

August is Back to School month here in the United States! For The Journal, though, there are *always* discounts for students and teachers (and lots of other people):
Discounts Available for The Journal

An update of The Journal 7 is available. There have actually been two updates of The Journal 7 since the July newsletter, but only the most recent one matters. See “The Journal News” below for all the details.

This month’s tip tells you how to use the new distraction-free full screen editor, and we have a new set of writing prompts.

The Journal Newsletter – July 2015

I hope everyone had a Happy July 4th! (And a couple happy weeks since then. =) )

The big news for July is The Journal’s Web page overhaul/update/face lift. Check out the new look at:

This month, Susan Michael adds another couple writing exercises, and our tip is about color code your category tabs. Finally, Wayne Watson tells us how he uses The Journal to help disabled veterans of the Vietnam War.

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