It's certainly trite to say that it's trite to say that life is complicated . . . but it is. Complicated, I mean. And even so, a certain amount of complication is good. It keeps things interesting. It keeps us on our toes. It forces us to rise to challenges and make good use of our many strengths (and then to feel a wonderful sense of accomplishment when we do.) But complicated lives require navigational tools. And if you know me at all, you'll know that I recommend a good journaling session every now and then to check in, poke around, gauge progress, brainstorm and make plans.
I fiercely believe that journaling is a tool for positive and constructive action and this forms the foundation for a new project I'll be starting next week: a newsletter. I'll be sharing updates, journaling tips and works in progress. I'll also occasionally include new guided journal printables before they're available anywhere else.
To start things off, each week for the first ten weeks, I'll be sharing a new page from a free, printable series that asks the question, Why journal? In it, I'll give you ten good reasons to give journaling a try. (If you've already given journaling a try, I hope this series will spark new and fun ways to approach your journals.)
Here's a pic of the first page, Good Reason #1:
I hope you'll join me for this new adventure in guided journaling!