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I journaled every day on top of the journaling. I also mentally questioned myself during the day sometimes. Seeing thoughts as a more of a flag in the sand then actual truth is helpful. I really enjoy taking time to reflect.
I lack clarity and focus, so I started to do journaling with 750words it made me feel good to write daily.
By writing things down - especially difficult things- I got a distance to them, and i could analyse them, see if i was living by my values, and even if it was hard to see that, it still helped just putting the thoughts down on paper, and then I could go back and read old notes, and see if anything had changed since, and if not, why?
The templates were useful to look at, and I enjoyed Mike's introduction which explained really well the usefulness of journaling. I changed the structure of my journal so now it has three main sections; notable experiences, value based living and goals. I journal everyday before bed so just keep on doing that, and adapt my journaling style as it needs to be done.
Reflection and Journaling are essential to your self-development. They are the place where experiences become understanding, and you can make change.
Learn how Reflection and Journaling work, why they're important, and how to use these tools effectively.
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