The Most Common Journaling Challenge

In hindsight many people say their biggest insights, clarity and healing come from writing, yet it is so easy to compromise this quality time.

The hardest thing about journaling is starting: making the time and then getting the pen and mind flowing. Protecting a certain time each day helps build a good practice. So please MAKE AND TAKE THE TIME to do it.

Do any of these times work for you? First thing in the morning, last thing at night, during coffee breaks, before a meal, after each meeting, during commute time, when in nature, when sitting in the sun, when you are alone, etc. Set up your commitment time or triggers to write in your journal.

It is magical – when you start to connect with insights, answers, ideas, healing, revelations – you will want more.

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