Photo by energepic.com on Pexels.com As you have heard, every story has three sides, and according to Robert Evans, those are your side, my side, and the truth. If I were to tell the story of one of the greatest presidents ever to live, my focus would be on his speeches, achievements, and impact, especially … Continue reading Be The Author Of The Stories That Will Be Told About You
I had a jam-packed weekend. I attended another writer’s conference and several meetings. But it is good to be back here writing my blog. I am sharing more information on journaling, so let’s get started. Deciding on a journal is usually far more straightforward than actually beginning to journal. There is no right or wrong … Continue reading How To Get Started Keeping A Journal
I am having my usual corn beef and cabbage with potatoes. Because I like cornbread with with cabbage, I am including that as well. Now I have decide if I should go and get green beer or green tea. I found some Limericks I thought I would share with you. Enjoy them as I did. … Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Journaling is older than the written word. Men and women have been tracking their lives since cave dwellers drew crude pictograms on walls. It is in our DNA to draw, write, process, and document our journey through life. Some of this country's most beloved treasures are the journals and accounts written by America's founding fathers … Continue reading Three Big Benefits Of Keeping A Journal
I have wondered so many times, “Who am I?” “What is my purpose?” I have pondered these questions for years. Some of you who have been reading my blog remember I became ill right after Christmas. During that time, journaling kept swirling around in my head. I realized that I was to learn about journaling … Continue reading The Only Person
What would I like to do? That is easy for me. I should say it is easy now! It took years for me to admit how much I enjoy teaching, speaking, and writing.Recognizing that has helped me know what to do. I speak as often as I can at others events. I started this blog … Continue reading What Would You Do More Of?
Photo by Polina Kovaleva on Pexels.com I have enjoyed sharing the benefits of journaling with you, and there is so much more. However, I thought I would give it a break. Today I will share information regarding affirmations and how they can benefit you. Positive affirmations are one of the most powerful tools you can … Continue reading 4 Simple Steps for Making Positive Affirmations Work for You
Journaling is on the rise, and a growing number of solopreneurs and others find it invaluable for getting the clarity and motivation needed to thrive. However, misconceptions are still common, and breaking them can help you make the most of journaling. Here are some common myths about journaling. Journaling Takes Too Much Time Journaling is … Continue reading 4 Common Myths about Journaling
Photo by Vanessa Garcia on Pexels.com It does not matter what your issue is; if you want to overcome it, you can find a way to use journaling to help. You can set up a particular type of journal like a gratitude journal to help yourself become more thankful for what you do have. You … Continue reading Journaling to Help Combat Loneliness
Any journal that you keep can be beneficial. It does not matter if it is to document your life or work through problems - you can use a journal to do it all. From tracking your projects to writing vacation to overcome anxiety, a journal will work for you if you pick the right type … Continue reading How to Make Your Journaling More Effective