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Journaling with a Different Thought

Started this discussion. Last reply by Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya Nov 14, 2013. 15 Replies

Hello everyone!I live in the great Pacific Northwest, in Oregon state, of the United States, for those of you who are from other countries. I once started the habit of journaling, of keeping a diary,…Continue

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My Twenties

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dino Silone Oct 11, 2013. 26 Replies

Hello, Gentlemen and stewards of manliness!My name  is Silviu and I am in need of some advice, not from family, because that advice has not changed and, though helpful, is somewhat narrow, but from…Continue

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Do not advertise glee on AoM

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Hello,  Let's please not advertise 'Glee' on AoM website. Thank you.  STContinue

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Glad to have discovered AoM

Started this discussion. Last reply by Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya May 26, 2011. 2 Replies

Hello! My name is Silviu and I am happy to say that I've joined the Art of Manliness website because I believe that it is time for me to become a man! I am about 17 and I have made some good…Continue

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Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"I'm glad you found it worthy. Thanks, Augustin!"
Nov 14, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"I speak Romanian and I can confirm that that is  true about Romantic languages.  Thanks for the input."
Nov 14, 2013
Matt T. replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"I know the concept of imagining yourself doing something is used by people trying to achieve a difficult goal.  When I played baseball, I spent time focusing on images of throwing a straight-line pass to 1st and getting the out (I had horrible…"
Nov 14, 2013
Augustin replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Wow. I think that's great. I've been writing in a journal lately and it's all been negative. I feel bad each time I re-read it. So this post has given me good ideas. There's one thing I'd like to experiment now since reading…"
Nov 14, 2013
AB replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Excellent post, I may try to emulate this when I take up the habit. The more I read about what you guys are getting out of journaling the more tempted I am to get started. I have a small notebook that I started writing in 2-3 years ago. It has…"
Nov 13, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Chrissie O'Bryan's discussion What does he really want?
"Hi, I'm really late to the discussion, but sex is an emotionally involved act. That is, you can't have sex and not let it involve you or him in some way, so he is lying to himself. It certainly raises a big, big red flag. Best…"
Nov 4, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"That's funny, hehehe. That's how I feel looking back over the years, too! I'm sure that next year I'll think I was stupid and naïve this year. But, life moves on. Cheers.  ST"
Nov 4, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Thanks, Native Son. That's a good idea."
Nov 4, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"That's pretty fascinating stuff! Maybe you could share something about those drills with us.  Thank you. S.T."
Nov 4, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Thanks for sharing and for the tips, Matt. Best wishes to your journey on becoming a better man!"
Nov 4, 2013
John A. replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"I've been journaling since the late 1980's and I found a journal/planner that I had been keeping during desert shield/storm.  I had started it well before Saddam had invaded.  It was interesting to go through it as a day to day…"
Nov 4, 2013
Matt J K replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Journaling is a very personal thing, and everyone does it a little differently.  It sounds like the organized two-journal system is working well for you. I have been a prolific journaler for about 10 years (I started when I was 23).  It…"
Nov 4, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Thanks for your reply, Matt! I think you have some good thoughts."
Nov 4, 2013
Matt T. replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Very interesting system, Silviu.  I've kept a personal journal for the last few years (not always a daily entry), but my entries very hap-hazard and impromptu records of what happened, how I'm doing, and the occasional three-page…"
Nov 4, 2013
Native Son replied to Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya's discussion Journaling with a Different Thought
"Keep at it.  Trying to keep your daily entries positive is always a good thing.  One thing I read years ago was advice to keep a small notebook and a mechanical pencil on your person at all times.  It's not specifically a…"
Nov 3, 2013
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Journaling with a Different Thought

Hello everyone!I live in the great Pacific Northwest, in Oregon state, of the United States, for those of you who are from other countries. I once started the habit of journaling, of keeping a diary, but found it distasteful because of all the negative things I was writing and because I couldn't quite find something that was really worth going back to read over, again. Since then, I've switched to another system and I'd like to share it with everyone here to get some feedback and maybe offer…See More
Nov 3, 2013

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Posted on November 3, 2013 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Hello everyone!

I live in the great Pacific Northwest, in Oregon state, of the United States, for those of you who are from other countries. 

I once started the habit of journaling, of keeping a diary, but found it distasteful because of all the negative things I was writing and because I couldn't quite find something that was really worth going back to read over, again. Since then, I've switched to another system and I'd like to share it with everyone here to…

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Reading List

Posted on August 30, 2011 at 8:27pm 0 Comments

My Reading List for the Fall goes like this:

 

1. Desiring God by John Piper

2. Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough

3. The Greater Journey by David…

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