In need to clarify thinking, prioritize and accomplish your task, improve decision making and critical thinking or just getting all your ideas out on paper? Then journaling might just do all of this for you! The University of Aruba, Center for Lifelong Learning invites you to participate in the following workshop:
What do Isaac Newton, Abraham Lincoln, Andy Warhol, Leonardo Da Vinci, Marcis Aurelius, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Anne Frank, Saint Sister Faustina, Maya Angelou and Barack Obama  have in common? The answer is very simple, they all spent so much of their precious time writing journaling!
"if you're serious about becoming a wealthy, powerful, sophisticated, healthy, influential, cultured and unique individual, keep a journal" - Jim Rohn

Most famous creative writers, innovators and original thinkers of our generation keep journals. Fortunately enough you don't have to be creative, a scientist or an innovator for this practice to be worthwhile.

During this 4-day workshop you will be introduced to journaling as a means to cultivate happiness, personal growth, creative expressing, clarity and life enrichment. It will be conclude with a 21-day intentional journaling opportunity.
For whom is this workshop intended?
 Anyone seeking to understand themselves better.

What to bring along?
A journal, colored pens, markers, an open mind and heart.

When & Where
Date: August 28 & 31; September 7 & 28, 2017
Time: 5.30pm - 8pm
Location: Flexroom at Garden Building, University of Aruba, J.E. Irausquinplein 4
Language: English
Fee: Awg 100,-


Clementia Eugene has a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from Howard University, Washington, DC. She has over 27 years in social work practice and 20 years teaching in higher education. She is a mindfulness researcher and practitioner. Additionally to that she is a  poet, a Toastmasters Competent Communicator and has over 20 years of experience in Journaling, 

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