Category Archives: Journaling

Why Writing Is A Habit Worth Developing

Why do I want to write daily? Why is that important to me? Is it just another ‘challenge’ to master? Do I have a goal-setting fetish? Life is too short to set petty little goals that don’t really matter. There must be purpose behind them. I reflected on this question for a few days and concluded that writing daily is, indeed, a beneficial, meaningful goal for me to work towards. My reasons? Continue reading

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Another Way to “Document Your Journey”

Being in New Zealand, and wanting to “document my journey” there, I created this PowerPoint slide which summarizes some of the memories or impressions I had of this beautiful country. Continue reading

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Know Yourself… Do you?

I am a believer in journaling, though I do not journal every day. I generally journal when I have some specific issue I am trying to dig through. Continue reading

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Reviewing Your Month

Why would I want to do a monthly review? I don’t know. Maybe just to be sure that there are meaningful things going on in my life all the time. Maybe to remember things of importance that slip the fragile memory. Maybe to give more weight to things that are really the most important but have a tendency to take a back seat to the more “glamorous” or more emotional memories. Continue reading

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Documenting Your Life Journey

I have had a rich, rich life—but, sadly, there is a huge gap in the written version. This is one of my greatest regrets. The journey–all of it–should be documented to some extent. Continue reading

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Getting Started Journaling

Just having a journal causes me to at least ask myself what I learned that day—and so it has been a very valuable tool to get me to actually reflect on my day and my lessons learned. Continue reading

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