Next: Way, Light, Noise
Jane and I discussed last week’s three words in our Three-Word Journaling class (part of our CarePASS membership) this morning. We realized that we can go through life in a sleep. When we wake–and face our days–we can move forward and together with others who understand. When we stay asleep, we stay alone.
Our next three words for our Community Caregiving Journal are:
You can write about each separately in three separate posts. You can write about all three in one post. You can write sentences using all three words.
In essence, you can write about the words in the way that feels right for you.
Here’s how our Community Caregiving Journal work: Every Wednesday, I’ll post three new words for you to write about. Don’t worry about keeping up every week if that seems too difficult. Just write about any of the words whenever you can.
Any member of Caregiving.com can contribute. When you write posts for our Community Caregiving Journey, select “Community Caregiving Journal” as the category. Need help posting to the site? Just send me a private message through the site or send me an email. Not a member of Caregiving.com? Just join here. Worried about the privacy of your family and your caree? Simply create your account with a user name that describes you but isn’t your real name (like ejourneys).
Our journal complements your blog posts about your day. Continue to post updates about your situation, including the challenges and successes, in your own blog. (Want to share your caregiving days by starting a blog? Just send me a private message through the site or send me an email.)
(Note: We’ll continue the conversation about each week’s three words in our Three-Word Journaling class, available through our CarePASS. To purchase yours, just go here.)
- A Community Caregiving Journal… (caregiving.com)
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- In Six Words: What’s Your Wish for Another Caregiver? (caregiving.com)
- Working and Caregiving: Communication, Flexibility, Creativity (caregiving.com)