Keeping a journal cannot only be beneficial to you as an individual, but it can also be a benefit to your family. Do you remember the family vacation to Disneyland when you were 12? What about your parent’s 20-year anniversary? Or your birthday party when you turned 15?
The new house you moved into in 8th grade? High school graduation?
All those family memories from family events — all those moments in time, now past.
A family journal is a book, or a series of books, where family members can journal about any event that has taken place.
Ever wondered how to keep those great ideas from coming and then disappearing just a quickly. We reveal more about the benefits of a network marketing business journal.
How important is it to keep a network marketing business journal? In today’s age of inter-network marketing it’s very important. A journal doesn’t need to be a large A4 sized book you need to carry around with you everywhere you go but a small pocket notebook.
There’s no doubt that journaling is hugely valuable, rewarding and helpful. But there is a right and a wrong way to journal.
Why journal anyway?
Einstein said “You can’t solve a problem with the same level of thinking that created the problem”.
At a recent meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, a young woman brought up the topic of anger to be discussed.
She wanted to know how to get over her feelings of resentment over being an alcoholic. New to sobriety, the woman expressed her dismay over other “normal” people’s ability to handle liquor and not end up with severe negative consequences.
The discussion began.
With technology being what it is today for children, the desire to write outside of school grows slim to none. If any writing is being done, it’s generally in the form of a text or email.
Keeping your child’s handwriting skills at their peak performance is as essential for school success as being a good reader. But before you haul out the notebook paper and pencils, let’s look at some fun ways to keep kids writing… and enjoying the process.
Writing is one of the few art forms that can be practiced by virtually anyone. Whether you’ve taken a class to become a better writer or not, or you just want to write for pleasure or for friends and family, writing can be a cathartic and healing activity, and can be done almost anywhere and at any time.
Many people who are new to the writing process often find a relatively easy and cost-free way to begin, is by starting a journal. Journal writing is also a pretty low-pressure way of introducing yourself to the joys of writing, and the topics on which to write can be endless.
How many of you have thought about losing weight at one time or another? Let’s face it, losing weight is something most of us hope to do at some point in our lives. For some of us, it is a constant battle.
A good weight loss journal can really make the difference though, in that it allows you to track your weight loss and increases the likelihood that you’ll keep that weight off. Read on and learn some of the many benefits that a weight loss journal can do for anyone who is looking to shed a few pounds.
If you are keeping a journal on a regular or even semi-regular basis, you have made a great step toward developing your skills as a writer. But, you are probably only using a small part of what a journal can be. You need to take the next step in journal writing and make your journal work for you. Here are some practical tips on how to do that.
Writing in a journal every day takes discipline. There is no better way to learn the nuts and bolts of good writing, however. Daily journal writing not only helps you unwind and figure out your feelings, it also gives you that practice time needed to become a skilled writer. So how do you start this habit of daily journaling?
How acutely do you sense a lack of meaning in your life? It’s easy to get caught up in materialism and forget what you most want to do and be. 21st century existence leaves little room for the finer things. Yet losing touch with ideals ends up in pain.
If you want to improve your health and happiness and return to intimacy with your ideals, take a refresher course in meaning by focusing on your perceptions.