Success! I finally made it through all 27 days of journaling. There were times when I wanted to crawl into bed after a very long day, but told myself that I needed to review my journal prompt and at least write a paragraph or two. I really learned a lot about myself after I went back through the pages and read some of my journal entries: my fears - how to face them; my wants and needs - how to evaluate them; what brings me joy - how to embrace it; my goals and dreams - how to pursue them; and the list goes on. I really enjoyed this journey to health and happiness.
I highly recommend that everyone take time out for themselves to realize how therapeutic it is to put pen to paper and simply write what's in their minds and heart. You'd be surprised how much you could learn about yourself. Visit www.createwritenow.com for more journaling information!
Day 19: If Only They'd...Write about a time you told someone an
idea, goal or dream of ours and that person discouraged you instead of offering
suport. How did that make you feel.
Day 20: Wish You
Were Here. Write a letter to a loved one who has passed.
In Pursuit of Passion. What are your
passions? What do you truly love to spend time doing?
She Works Too Hard for the Money. Use your journal as a "worry journal"
where you can discuss your money problems and fears honestly.
23: Beautiful Music. Find the lyrics to your favorite song and copy
them into your journal. What emotions or memories do they bring to
Day 24: Act Naturally. Write a
letter to a loved one in your journal, as if you were writing a postcard from a
Day 25: Coming into Consciousness. Ask
yourself the question, "What really matters to me the most?"
26: That's the Spirit. On a blank page in your journal write or draw
what your spiritual life looks like right now.
Day 27: Party time! Celebrate and share your accomplishments.
- dee / lawrence
- Lawyer | Romantic Suspense Author | Speaker | TV Junkie | Foodie | Sweet Wine Addict | Savvy Shopper You can visit my website at www.authordeelawrence.com to learn more about my romantic suspense novel, Gotta Let It Go, which is set in Baltimore. You can also connect with me online @ thewritepen (Twitter and Facebook). Thanks for visiting with me today!