Journaling Your Way to Success
Journaling has been likened to the wonder drug, it can help you deal with grief and loss, succeed in business, make your dreams come true, give you peace of mind, help you have an attitude of gratitude, and even help you lose weight, win that trophy, and celebrate your successes. Es magia.
Pues, es la verdad. And, it is all true. Journaling really is the elixir of life, the wonder drug, the magical cure, and the way to make life transforming changes in your life, mental attitude, and perspectives. Journaling can help you with your career, love life, discovering your inner self, and helping you to realize your purpose, passions, and way of being in the world.
In the coming weeks, I am going to write about the various ways to bring this powerful treatment into your life and how you can make transformations heretofore, unknown by taking pen to paper and revealing the secrets of your soul and spirit to yourself and to others.
For those of you who already journal, hopefully, you will find some good ideas, interesting prompts, and new twists to keep your journaling alive and working in the service of your life. I am also hoping you will share your ideas for journaling and how it has worked for you. For those of you who have never before journaled, but would like to get started, get ready for the ride of a lifetime. It promises to be deep, rewarding, self-actualizing and, at times even difficult.
You will find there are ah-ha moments, tears, laughter, joy, sorrow, sadness and happiness in journaling. It will lead you on a journey of self-discovery and acceptance that will help you realize your most wild and passionate dreams.
In these journaling blogs, I will have something for the seasoned journaler and something for the novice…and under the Guided Journal Tab, you will find poetry prompts to help you get started. These poetry prompts give you a place to start on your journey.
Please list and share some of your experiences with journaling. La vida es dulce.
Con un pan y cafecito,
"Roma no se hizo en un día."
Rome was not built in a day.