Do you journal? Why is it important to you? If you don't, do you think journaling is in your future?
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When I read this topic I got excited. I journal everything! I don't think I could make it through the day if I didn't. I have a box full of old journals and every couple of years its fun to look back through and see if I realized/completed everything I had written down. I love journaling both personally & professionally…being able to mark through completed to-do lists makes my day...:)
That's amazing, Paige! I wish I was a journaler. My daughters journal eveything, and I admire that. I wish I could be more purposeful about writing with paper and pen.
I dont journal on a regular basis but I do have a "Start Something" book in which I write and brainstorm future plans. I also just started blogging so I kind of consider that to be by journal now as well.
I unfortunately don't journal like I should. I really should though. It would be a great thing to look back at older journals and see how things have changed. :)
I love to journal! I don't personally journal as much anymore, but I journal to my two girls all the time!! From long letters to simple, little paragraphs about something funny they might have done that day! I love to record all of those moments--big and small so I don't forget one day! I'm sure they'll love reading them when they're grown :)
I am an on and off journal writer. Just the other day, I found a journal entry written 3 years ago…it was a letter to my unborn child. I read it to my 3 year old little girl for the first time, then we looked at her ultrasound pictures. It meant so much to me. =) So, not only is journal writing therapeutic but it's cool to read years later to see how much you have grown and learned.