April 07, 2016
I'm sure I've mentioned before about the benefits of journaling, there is nothing better than spending a little bit of time putting your thoughts down in writing. It clears your head, gives you a new perspective on things, and even sometimes helps to resolve issues that somehow seemed unsolvable.
I've been journaling for some time and have always found it really useful. I recently discovered a new way of journaling and I have to say I really like it. It's positive, it's really easy to do every day - because it doesn't take up too much of your time), and it includes being grateful.
So here's the basic format:
I AM GRATEFUL* Think of someone who has helped you or that you are grateful for knowing - it's good to try to think back in time a little bit.
You can buy a journal and write in your journal every day. Personally, I use Evernote - just because I like to keep things digital - but whatever takes your fancy.
Kudos to Tim Ferris here for the inspiration and detailed format.
For more creative inspiration, check out messy minds - how to tap into your creative spirit or writing advice - how to get started in self-publishing.
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