If you’ve been around Becoming Who You Are for a while, you’ll probably know that I’m an e-nor-mous fan of journaling. Having spent many an hour writing, typing, reading, and reflecting, I also know that sometimes a regular journaling practice can start to feel a little stale. And when activities start to feel stale, we’re less likely to maintain them.
So, if you’d like to start, restart, or add a little more vim to your journaling practice this episode is for you. I’m sharing a few suggestions I’ve found useful for inspiring my regular journaling practice.
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