Journal Entries

The virtues of journal writing and keeping are often extolled by those concerned with creative, professional, personal and spiritual development. It is clear that many people picture: coffee journal by mills1983/flickr – used under creative commons license – attribution, no derivative-shave got a lot from journaling. This is Jennifer Moon (1999: 14-5):

A journal is a friend that is always there and is always a comfort. In bad moments I write, and usually end up feeling better. It reflects back to me things that I can learn about my world and myself. It represents a private space in my life, a beautiful solitude, the moments before I go to sleep just to stop and note what ‘there’ is about the day or about my life at the time. I think that it has enabled me to feel deeper and more established as a person, more in control and more trusting of life. On a less introverted note, I think that it contributes to my ability to write in general, and it underlies an interest in poetry and creative writing which awaits a quieter time in my life for fulfillment. In addition, I consider that journal writing is closely associated with the extensive counseling and hypnotherapy work that I have been doing over the years. It has been a support and a resource and a means of exploration, though I cannot say whether journal writing led to counseling or whether they both emerged as a result of particular traits in my personality.” – source: writing and keeping journals

🙂 I will be adding an overview page of my journal/diary of all my accounts during the 365 Challenges. However, we are doing the “365 Challenge” and I thank all the participants and their on-going support. I would not be here without you. All the best, and stay in tune! ♥ ♥ Ezzy


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