What’s life without a little challenge? ——— Boring that’s what!
Challenge: Start Journaling
There are times of joy, and moments of pain that I wish I could look back on and see where I was in that moment. What were the thoughts and feelings I had during? How did I anaylsis back then?
Journaling is the window into the past — be that ourselves or someone else’s mind — therapy for the present, and clarity for the future +
Everyone I read says you should journal — but beyond writing for this blog I haven’t.
I didn’t make the time. Now I am. Simple as that.
Many of our greatest minds of the past and present journal
- Ronald Reagan
- Benjamin Franklin
- Virginia Woolf
- Marilyn Monroe
- Charles Darwin
- Marcus Aurelius
- Leonardo Da Vinci
- Thomas Jefferson
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Winston Churchill
- Anne Frank
This is but a few, out of many how keep a journal.
Benefits of Journaling
- Clarity of thought and purpose
- History of your state — mind, emotions — at a point in time
- Mindfulness, Presence
- Achieving goals
- Reduced Anxiety
Our Challenge this week is to start journaling every day.
Start with writing just one sentence. That’s it.
If you feel up for more keep going.
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