7 Benefits of Keeping a Success Journal

journalingHow many times, at the end of your day have you gotten ready for bed, laid your head on your pillow, replayed the events of the day and thought, “I wish I had done this” or “maybe I should have done that?” More often than not our focus turns to what we didn’t get done that day rather than what we did accomplish.
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How to Keep a Dream Journal – Free Psychotherapy in Your Own Dreams

journalingYou have to care about your dreams if you want to remember them. Before sleeping think about dreaming, and tell yourself that you have to remember your dreams because they are very important, trying to fix them in your conscious memory as soon as you wake up, without thinking about anything else.
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Making Your Very Own Travel Journal

journalingI’ve been on countless trips since childhood; and the one thing I regret the most is being unable to preserve those memories.  Oh, sure, there may be scattered remains: orphaned photos, used plane tickets, bus stubs.  But after a while, the memories start fading and you wish you had just a little bit more to remember by.
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Journal – Rock Climbs

journalingTake a minute to give some consideration to your most recent rock climbing experience. What sticks out in your mind? Did you go bouldering at Joshua Tree for the weekend? Hit Red River Gorge in Kentucky? Now think about the first time you ever went rock climbing. Undoubtedly, you remember few things about the geography, people you went with and the particular rock climbing routes. The experiences you’ve forgotten are lost to time. If you keep a rock climbing journal, this won’t be the case.
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What Kind of Journal Or Notebook Should You Use?

journalingFor many people, it is what you actually write in your journal that gets you stuck. You get a few sentences down, and then find yourself staring at the ceiling for an hour. For others, writing comes easy. It’s what they love to do and they can’t seem to run out of ideas. No matter which of these you are, you still need to get a journal to start with before you can start writing or try to start writing. What is the best type of journal for you?
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Why You Should Keep a Beekeeping Journal

journalMy beekeeping teacher, Serge Labesque, passionately recommended that all his students keep a beekeeping journal. I resisted, though. Whenever he would mention the usefulness of journals, I balked because I dislike having to be so disciplined about anything. I’ve never kept a diary in my younger years and never wanted to. I was persuaded only because we respect Serge so much; he explained how much he learned by rereading his journals, so I went ahead and started keeping a journal.
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Fly Fishing Journals – Keep Track of Your Trips

journalingFly fishing is more than just fishing, it’s a peaceful, surreal activity. For many, there is almost a meditative quality to casting. For avid fly fisherman, fly fishing trips to locations such as the Battenkill River in Vermont, Green River in Utah and Letort in Pennsylvania are a must. Of course, the possibility of trips to Argentina, Alaska and other exotic locations can make ones eyes glassy. For many, however, past fly fishing experiences fade from the memory with time. If you had keep a fly fishing journal, this doesn’t have to be the case.
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4 Different Ways to Keep a Journal

journalingThere are as many different ways to keep a journal as there are people and their reasons for wanting to do so. Some people enjoy the cathartic effect of getting all their thoughts and emotions out of themselves and down on paper, while others simply enjoy documenting the events of their lives. If you want to begin a journal, consider the following different approaches to journalizing and choose the one that appeals to you the most and best suits your personality, skills and the amount of time you are able to invest.
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