More Journaling

I've journaled since I was 15. But for some years, blogging and social media edged out private journaling. That is not a good thing. Private journaling allows you to work out your thoughts in a way that social media doesn't. Social media is reactive. Facebook and blogging is edited to present what you think is acceptable for others to read. Journaling is a good place to write about hopes for the future, present challenges. You can see growth over time. How you came through the last hard time. How you celebrated your successes. 

Do you journal? I use this journal , which is small enough to fit in a pocketbook if you're traveling.  I like the color of the ivory pages. It folds back on itself well.

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"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden