Unless I’m super old and telling my age right now, you remember when your teacher used to make ill-behaving students go to the board (or pull out a sheet of paper) and write one sentence one hundred times. S/he probably meant it to be a punishment, but the psychological effects of this activity were bordering on positive. I am a huge advocate for writing things down. This is why I journal daily. However, I believe these teachers were on to something even “way back when”. Read more
Life happens quickly, and it’s almost too easy to get so caught up in what’s happening physically that we forget to attend to the spiritual part of ourselves. We let the outside world get to the inside of us, and some don’t even know that this is taking place or what to do about it. To release worry, anger, frustration, doubt, and a plethora of other negative states of mind, and to achieve peace, you have to surrender to serenity. One way to surrender to serenity is to write. Write it all down. Get it all out. This will make room for the good stuff to flow into your life.
Ahh…the feeling of scratching something off my daily to-do list is incomparable. I love journaling for productivity, and it makes me feel accomplished to look back on all that I have done throughout the day. This shall be a fairly short post, because this topic is pretty self-explanatory. Read more
Journaling can be a simple as a collection of writing, or it can be as complex as drawings, lists, photos, cutouts, etc. Journaling is a lot of fun for many people, and if you’re into it, you could spice up your journal with a few tools and supplies. For years, I have been a pen-to-paper kind of journal person. I write everything out. A lot of people are that way too. Read more