JOURNALING HELPS ONE TAKE STOCK…GOOD REFERENCE FOR FUTURE STORIES!
One of my best decisions this year thus far has been to start morning journaling.
Morning journaling is essentially this idea that you take a few minutes out of your morning and devote them to journaling. Usually, you want to do this before you do anything else. Wake up. Morning journal.
The rules that I have established for my morning journalling routine are pretty simple.
Rule #1: It’s ten minutes and only ten minutes.
Rule #2: Once you start writing, you DO NOT STOP until the ten minutes are up.
I keep these journaling sessions ten minutes long because I don’t want them to interfere with the rest of my plans for the day. The writing that gets produced during these periods ultimately isn’t going to be used for anything. It’s messy and jumbled, and it flows like a stream of thoughts rather than an organized piece of work. It honestly…
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