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Tips for Journaling in the New Year

I know there journaling is important. It not only records history. It is a great way to remember information that for latter. Not only that it is a great way to reflect and see the progress you have made. I always have good intentions on journaling. But it is a habit I’m still working on. I’m good at keeping journals of ideas and thoughts. Not so good at keep up records of my life or how I felt, struggled or triumphed on any given day. I’m hoping to do better this year.

I was listening to Jenna Kutcher’s podcast on her journaling methods. It made so much sense. She has a 15 minute practice. So doable! She answers these three questions. 1. What excited me today? 2. What exhausted me today? 3. What did I learn today? Then on a scale of 1-10 she decides how she is doing. I’m committing to 30 days of this. Ask me how I’m doing.

I also like to keep a journal while I’m studying each morning. I like to write insights I receive. Or to go in with a question and look for answers. I enjoy going back and seeing what I’ve learned. Sharing insights with my children and friends. I call this my PJ’s journal. Prayer~Journal~Scriptures.

I thought I’d enlist the help of my friends in keeping up with my journaling. So I made journals for them. If you would like to learn how to make personalized journal covers for yourself or others. Be sure to checkout this tutorial. Feel free in joining us in our commitment to journal this year.

You may also want to finish up a bunch of UFO’s this year. Use my FREE WIP (works in progress) management sheet to move your projects forward and get more done.

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