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The Power of Affirmative Journaling

The first 100-story building was not designed and built by someone with a 50-story imagination. Now, I don’t know who this person was, but I’m certain before this building existed, the designer focused a lot of thought on it, and wrote about it by putting pen to paper (no personal computers back then).

By 1) focusing his or her thoughts on this 100-story building, and by 2) writing about it, the building’s creator hardwired the feeling of creating the building into their mind before it existed in physical form.

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My Journaling Journey

Maybe turning 50 was a flashing yellow light.  Maybe I was afraid the light was about to turn red – on reaching significant goals I had set for myself.

What came to be my daily journaling habit...

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A Journaling Come Back

In my life, one thing I have been able to count on is journaling.  Now I will not sit here and say I only have one journal, am dedicated each day, or that I make the time, though I can.  All of... Read More

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How Journaling Made Me More Productive

In 2015 I started working with a mindset coach.  At this time I had very little direction in my life and was just existing day-to-day.  I didn’t have any goals or plans.  I’m a small business... Read More

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Does Writing Help with Depression?

A few years back I used to work a lot on my writing. It wasn’t anything professional, it wasn’t even in English, I just really enjoyed writing different role-playing settings.  Very fitting for a... Read More

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Someone to Watch Over Me

When my nephew, Alex, was five, I wanted to give him comfort and guidance in the aftermath of his parents’ divorce.  I live several states away and visits were infrequent.  I wanted not only to... Read More

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Why I Started Journaling

How many times have you gone to write something, and just not known where to start? There are so many places to start, it’s hard to just pick one word or thought.  And as you stare longer and...

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Ditching Technology: Journaling Is Still Best With Pen & Paper

By Jen Jope

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What Stories Do You Tell Yourself?

By Alison Laverty

How do you maintain a connection to yourself and cut out the noise around you?

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