Think About It Thursday: Want To Join Me On An Adventure? 🙂

Today, I want to share 3 reasons that journal might not have worked for you in the past… and a few tips around that, along with a resource to support you.

  1. You made it hard – have you set journaling in your mind as something that you have to have “everything just so” before you can begin? I’ll admit that when I first started journaling, I thought I had to have everything in place before I could start… and then when I had those things in place, I would think “Ok, now what to write?” Head > desk. Am I right?

Here’s the thing: journaling is fun – if we allow it to be. And we can allow it to be whatever we want.. so why not choose fun?

  1. You’re too busy – work or business, kids, spouse or partner commitments, church or other activities… it piles on to the schedule and before you know it, it’s bedtime and you didn’t journal today. *sad face*

Here’s the thing: I believe busy people make some of the most fascinating journalers – because they are creative in their approach to getting so much done.

  1. You think there has to be a reason to journal – perhaps grieving a loss, planning a wedding or vacation, weight loss goals, and more… these might be reasons you would think to journal. Journaling can be a cathartic way to connect to yourself and declutter your thoughts, as well as free up creativity to flow into other areas of your life.

Here’s the thing: I am a big fan of multiple journals… in fact, I have one for backpacking, one for grief, one for gratitude, one for my workouts and affirmations, one next to my bed for things that would otherwise keep me up at night… you get the idea, right?

This is your invitation to join me in my Adventures in Journaling Club! The doors are open… and I’ll leave the link in the comments to check it out for yourself.

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