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Three Reasons Why You Should Journal [1 Minute Inspiration]



I have found three important reasons to journal and I'd like to share them with you.
  • Journaling creates space for thinking -- everyone needs to process the day's inputs and outputs.
  • Journaling helps create an anchor for your memories and what you learn. You can have more insight about your life and it can be captured.
  • Journaling is an instructor as few of us have a mentor or counselor. How fast you grow depends on the amount of learning from mistakes and problems you can solve.

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