Blogs & Blog Posts on Thoughts in Minnesota



Blogs on "Thoughts"

From the Editors
In this blog, senior editors will write about how and why those decisions a...

A View From My Porch
In this Blog I want share bits of my life journey. Included in my blog will...

Along the way...
Seeing the fascinating in everyday life...

Unfit for Print
Unfit for Print seeks to further the Editorial Board’s thoughts on news w...

Blog Posts on Thoughts

Featured Blog Post: Winter Meeting Thoughts: Morales, Stuifbergen, Buehrle, Jackson, Payroll by Twins Dugout on Dec 8, 2011 in Links, Blog, Buehrle, Featured, Jackson, Meeting, Morales, Payroll, Post, Stuifbergen, Thoughts, WinterFeatured Twins Post There are tons of great Twins web pages on the net that sometimes I need to re-post some of the bits that I come across. Here’s something that I think you will enjoy. Winter Meeting Thoughts: Morales, … Continue readin...



Featured Blog Post: Winter Meeting Thoughts: Slowey, Capps, Cuddyer’s Twins, and Stuifbergen Knighted. by Twins Dugout on Dec 6, 2011 in Links, Blog, capps, , Featured, Knighted., Meeting, Post, Slowey, Stuifbergen, Thoughts, twins, WinterFeatured Twins Article There are such a lot of really good Twins sites in the world that occasionally I need to feature some of the posts that I find. Here’s an article that I think you will want to read. … Continue reading →...



Fun Activities for Kids: Education and Play Combined by Journal Buddies on Dec 1, 2011 in , activities, cartoons, children, education, feelings, fun, fun activities, parents, play, thoughts, toys, writingFun Activities for Kids— It is important for children to enjoy their childhood and their education and one fabulous way to do this is to help them engage in fun activities. Children need and deserve to have fun and be educated at the same time,...



Writing in a Journal: Integrated Journaling & Mindfulness by Journal Buddies on Oct 18, 2011 in , benefits, feel positive, feelings, integrated journaling, journal, journal study, Journaling, physical health, psychological benefits, thoughts, write journal, writingWriting in a Journal— Today I came across a fascinating study about writing in a journal entitled “Outcomes of an Integrated Journaling and Mindfulness Program on a US University Campus”.  Being about journaling I, of course, was i...



Preteen Journaling | Self-Concept by Journal Buddies on Oct 8, 2011 in Journaling, confidence, entries, feelings, friendship, healthy, journal, journal entries, peers, Pre-teen, preteen, preteen journaling, relationships, self concept, Self Esteem, successess, talents, thoughts, tween, write, writingPreteen Journaling: Understanding How Self-Concept Relates to Self Esteem— Our self-concept is how we see and believe in ourselves. It is the perception we have of ourselves. Our self-concept and self-esteem are intimately related. How we see o...



Preteen Journal Writing | Self Discovery by Journal Buddies on Sep 26, 2011 in Pre-teen, anger, child, feeling, journal, journal writing, Journaling, preteen, self-discovery, thoughts, values, write, writing, young peoplePreteen Journal Writing— One of the greatest benefits of journal writing is self-discovery. And self-discovery most definitely will have a positive effect on your pre-teen’s confidence and self-esteem. When we write in a journal we are taking...



Journal Writing | Self Discovery by Journal Buddies on Sep 26, 2011 in Pre-teen, anger, child, feeling, journal, journal writing, Journaling, preteen, self-discovery, thoughts, values, write, writing, young peopleJournal Writing— One of the greatest benefits of journal writing is self-discovery. And self-discovery most definitely will have a positive effect on your pre-teen’s confidence and self-esteem. When we write in a journal we are taking a journ...



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