journaling

Because you deserve to love yourself as well as you love everyone else.
It is a well-known phenomenon that as we get older, time seems to move more quickly, and nobody feels this more intensely than baby boomers, especially around the holidays.
Journaling is a powerful tool for reflection and growth. Learn more about its many benefits in this mindful moment.
Journaling is a powerful tool for reflection and growth. Learn more about its many benefits in this mindful moment.
Journaling is a powerful tool for reflection and growth. Learn more about its many benefits in this mindful moment.
And then I have a population who has been told all their lives that they had nothing worth saying--that their punctuation
Since 2nd grade, I have meticulously constructed words, labored over my ideas, and happily written down the random thoughts that came to mind in my weathered notebooks. Not only is it therapeutic for me, but it's also a great way to look back and see how much I've learned, grown, and evolved over the years. Eventually I realized I could continue this love of journaling when I traveled, and now I do it religiously for every trip.
Find Your Inner Peace You wouldn't go to your bank at midnight, and expect your banker to be there, right? You probably assume
That's why anxiety is a game of whack-a-mole: if you whack down one mole (thought) without addressing it from the root, another will quickly appear in its place.
If you're not aiming to have a great quality of life along with your business success, it's time to start. The reason: The happier and more positive you are in life, the more success you will achieve for yourself, your team and your clients.
I'm an adult now. I have my own money and, unfortunately, my own bills. But I make sure that I revel in the pleasure of office
The most important thing about journaling is that you use it to reflect on events and look honestly at yourself. Journaling makes a difference when you use it as a tool to solve problems and identify strengths. It's much less effective when it is nothing more than a list of frustration or roadblocks.
Step 3: Count how many things are on your "Thing I Want to Change" list. For every item on that list, add an additional item
Do the work that needs to be done. Keep the commitments that must be kept. Give time to those you hold dear; for they are who matter most. But in the midst of it all, seek and find a thing called balance.