Nearly every day, we have questions pertaining to life, health, finances, relationships and more. There are some who feel comfortable speaking with someone in the medical profession, family or friends. Then there are those of us who do not feel comfortable sharing with anyone. So what can you do?
Take time to start journaling. Journaling has so many benefits.
1. Helps to lower your stress level.
2. Helps to clear your thoughts.
3. Gets your created thoughts going.
How to get started?
1. You can simply pick out a notebook (any shape or size). Comfortable writing pen.
2. You can start journaling by using Google docs or Evernote.
3. Remember, your journal is for you and you. It is your window and time to release and express what and how are feeling.
4. Set your schedule for journaling. Whether or not it is before bed or early morning, select a time which works best for you and stick with it.
1. Each week look back over the week before. Refocus on your thoughts and feelings the week before. Add one entry at the end of each week as your reflecting time.
Growth Takes Time
2. Reflect on growth and opportunities for improvement and inspiring others.
Remember to always give thanks and pray.
(This Month’s Prayer)
God will make you completely sure of what he wants by giving you all the wisdom and spiritual understanding you need [Colossians 1:9] ERV.
God thank you for, Your word is like a lamp that guides my steps, a light that shows the path I should take. [Psalm 119:105] ERV. Amen
Thought for the Week
Many people find that the Bible not only helps them answer life’s big questions but also gives them practical advice for daily living.
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