What if I told you there’s a tool that is easy to use, never breaks, and doesn’t cost much?
The more you use this tool, the better it works — and it’s literally at your fingertips.
Journaling is a reflective practice that helps us make sense of our experiences. Writing about events and emotions leads to greater self-awareness, new perspectives, and transformed behavior.
But I’m so busy, you say. My head is buzzing with all the competing demands I’m juggling and all the things I’m trying to remember to do. I don’t have the time to write!
Here’s the thing. Journaling is about focus. It’s about being intentional in pausing to think and write about something that’s on your mind. It’s not about writing until you’ve solved all the problems there are to solve — nobody has that much time.
As with any journey, you start by taking one small step.