Notes To Self

Journaling is a safe space to tell your story.

Journaling is your time for: 

Organizing your thoughts and observations to understand your feelings.

Self-reflection to look at your feelings, emotions and actions in a neutral way.

Insights to gain clarity, which helps resolve issues. 

There is magic in the written word. Writing past and current thoughts in our own hand increases self-awareness. The idea is to write your thoughts in your own words for a closer look at what is really important to you. This helps to develop a deeper desire to learn and grow from your experiences and to become a higher version of yourself. If journaling is new to you and you don’t know where to start, begin with a focus of where you are now, with a brief introduction about who you are. 

Consider these reflective questions to answer for any situation you write about: 

  1. What does this situation mean to you right now?
  2. What does this situation give you the opportunity to reflect on? 
  3. What actions are you going to take as a result of this situation?

“Journal writing, when it becomes a ritual for transformation, is not only life-changing but life-expanding.”   Jennifer Williamson