I love writing. It’s always been such a HUGE passion of mine, although recently not being able to do so as much for myself as I probably would want too, mainly because my mind is usually on my clients and what they need writing up for their business.
However, like I said not too long ago, I am returning to blogging. The place I once shared the fears I had and the goings on in my life. Although I am not in the same place I once was, it was nice to get these things out and keep track of my life and thought process.
So I have decided it’s time to begin writing in my journal. I have owned one for what feels like forever but never really pursued it for as long as I should have. I mean, there is so much I could write about, and it’s so interesting to see how things change throughout the year. From what I can tell, now seems as good a time as any!
Oh and just to convince myself and maybe you reading just that bit further, here is why keeping a journal could change your life.
Reasons To Keep A Journal:
Keep Track Of Your Thoughts
As you begin to write about your day and your life, you will learn more about yourself and the person you are, as well as begin to see what to improve on, or what you have that is great, that you just don’t give yourself credit for.
Become More Organised
Journals could be such an amazing place to list things you want, whether goals for your future, or just what you want to do in the day. Maybe you have things you want to remember, or think more about, like for me, that would be quotes to keep me going, or pieces of scripture that I want to keep fresh in my mind.
Improve Your Writing
Like with anything, the more you do something, the better you will become at it. So basically, the more you write, the better the writer you will become. Teachers in primary schools say it best, ‘Practice makes perfect”. It won’t only be the way you write, but also your creativity and imagination towards what you are writing. It makes what you put on the paper that much more AWESOME!