Many of you read my last post about the importance of journaling and responded to me privately. You want to keep a journal but do not know where to start, don’t see the value, don’t feel like you have anything interesting to say, feel too distracted, and don’t know how to persist with the process. So you stopped. Yet each one of you who has contacted me feels a craving to write out your thoughts. The most common reason for not writing was that you don’t have the time to do so and want support.Read More
Other than talking them out, writing has been the way I release my thoughts. I love keeping journals; this has been a habit since I was a young girl. Perhaps it is why I love blogging so much, as I love sharing the lessons I have learned through keeping a journal.
Last weekend, I found old journals from my youth. Reading them made me remember earlier times which had faded from memory. The pages of the old journals were filled with my thoughts and emotions about daily life. Writing the words on the page is like expressing your innermost thoughts with a trusted friend.Read More
You miss 100% of the shots you never take, right? Well, when one of my sisters presented me with this offer to join her on vacation, I had to go. I’m so glad I did.I recently returned from a trip of a lifetime with my sister to Britain and Ireland. We loved it so much. My sister and I spent three weeks touring these beautiful countries on a coach with a tour group. It really was a special time, and I’m blessed that I got the opportunity to do this trip, especially with my sister.
My sister and I haven’t seen each other much in the last several years due to living in different cities for school. Since we both had recently graduated, we thought we would take an adventure before we start the next steps in our lives.
I learned so much on our trip! Here are the top ten lessons I was taught while on vacation:Read More