The Joys of Journalling
I frequently suggest journalling as a way of recording feelings, drawing out thoughts and keeping a log of personal development activities. It can be as simple or as complicated as you like. It doesn't have to be done daily, can involve coloured pens or pencils, pictures or photos. It can be themed or just focussed on the moment. It can help with emptying the mind before sleep and a record of dreams. There are so many ideas for journals on YouTube. I have investigated 'bullet journals' but they seem a little complicated - perhaps I just haven't found a straightforward bullet journal idea yet. Let me know if you do!
So what to start with? How about 3 good things in each day? What are you grateful for? Look for small things that have given you joy. Today I am grateful for the NHS for picking up a health concern, the bright crisp winter sunshine this morning and wearing my new stripy jumper. What are you grateful for?