Why? Because it’s good for you! Your mind and body benefit greatly from stepping out…
With the advent of instantaneous email, we are losing the art and power of letter writing ~ those special times we once took, with pen in hand, to communicate in a considered way with another human being, often one we missed or cherished for some reason.
What keeps us from being happy? This is definitely a subjective question but whatever the particulars of our individual answers, underneath is likely insecurity…
Many of the prompts in my book, Your Journal Companion, can lead to great storytelling on paper as you allow yourself to write about the experiences that have shaped your life and hold meaning for you.
When we listen to our heart – our true knowing – and then take action from that knowing, we move forward in agreement with our highest good. It doesn’t mean that the path will not be rocky or circuitous, but when we “know that we know,” the journey takes on a greater purpose
It’s not too late to join the journaling challenge I offered ten days ago. It’s never too late to start journaling. Period!
Seniors have amazing stories that offer such great insight and wisdom. Every time I have had the privilege of hearing their recollections about life, I think of how our society is wasting a vast resource by not tapping into the wealth of their experiences.
I’d like to propose that failure doesn’t truly exist. It is not a condition of “being” or result of experience, but simply a judgment of the mind
Many of us don’t realize that encouraging our children to write can have far reaching effects in their academic, social and emotional lives.
It is National Poetry Month. I wonder if this intrigues people or makes them glaze over because they think poetry has nothing to do with their lives … But I say, we all have poetry in our lives.