- Journal pages and the journaling process: I love seeing other people's journal pages, and if they include a video of their journaling process along with their post, that's even better. Check out Jenny Frith's recent journal pages and video - I love the way her pages look and develop.
- Reviews of interesting products to try: I love reading and writing product reviews! I especially enjoy reading reviews of products that I'm not already familiar with, such as this Pentel Sign Pen reviewed by Azizah of Gourmet Pens. This is a simple, classic, inexpensive pen that looks like it would be great for doodling. I think I'll have to try out a few of the colours...
- Weekly planner or diary pages: Productivity is a topic that I've been interested in a lot lately, so I love seeing how others use their planners to organize their daily lives. Angela of Paper Lovestory shares her pages every week (here's her most recent week), and I'm always amazed at how colourful and interesting her pages are with stickers, washi tape, post-it notes, and different colours of ink. Millie also shares her planner pages occasionally, and here are her most recent weeks; I like how she uses her planner to track the books she's read and the films she's watched.
- The creative process: I like thinking about the creative process, and how other people's experiences are similar to (or different from) my own. Quinn McDonald (the author of Raw Art Journaling, which I reviewed here last fall) often ponders interesting questions about the creative process. Here she is talking about making space - a task that is a continual work-in-progress for me.
- Nature photos and writing: Although this is not as relevant to the topic of this blog, nature photography is one of my main hobbies. Two of my favourite nature photographers and bloggers are Bo Mackison of Seeded Earth and Cate Kerr of Beyond the Fields We Know. (I also occasionally share my own photos at my other blog.)
What are your favourite topics to read and write about?