How to Write a Journal to Success

journalingSuccess is a journey. It is not the result that we expect to enjoy. Neither is it the feeling when you receive what you want. But instead it is the joy you have while pursuing you goal. It happens in every moment you have with your persistent in your actions. This may sound hard to believe but it is the real event that had happened to millions of successful people.

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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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Writing the Chapters of Your Life – Surprising Insights Using This Special Journaling Technique

JournalingList-making is a favorite journaling technique and is often used to quickly jot down a numbered record on topics like “my beliefs,” “my pet peeves,” “the things I hate about myself,” or “my strengths.” However, there’s a special type of list technique that moves beyond a simple itemization and into the realm of significant self-awareness.
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Convert Your Inner Critic to Coach With Journal Writing Therapy

journalingWe all have Inner Critics. Some of us have several of them. Journal therapy practice helps us to plow through the Critic’s debilitating tactics, and transform them into useful coaching. The recipe calls for plenty of pen, paper, and journaling, tunneling through the morass of inner doubt, guilt, and fear until we can begin to see the light of day with greater consistency.
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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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Making a Pregnancy Journal With Baby Ultrasound Pictures

journalingOne of the most exciting things you will experience in your pregnancy is seeing your baby ultrasound pictures. It’s magical to see your child for the first time and watch him as he lies in the womb. In fact, many mothers want to catalogue the experiences of their pregnancy and create a scrapbook in which to place pictures and write things about their feelings. This can be a great way for you to share your experiences and something unique for your child to look at when he or she is older.
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Uncovering Your Joy – Using a Personal Journal to Discover a Life Filled with Happiness

journalingAuthor Tristine Rainer wrote “Happiness within a diary has less to do with the events you encounter in life than with the way you experience the process of living.” Because a diary mirrors how you perceive and deal with events, it can be used for developing the capacity to more fully experience joy.
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Simplify Your Life With a “Not To Do” List!

A good friend advised me one day that when life verges on “overwhelm,” that the best course is to take one “whelm” at a time. In trying to be the best wife, mother, friend, and professional that I can be, life can get “lifey” and I am forced to sit down, center myself, and go back to basics.
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