Does the idea of creating a vision board sound silly? What if it wasn’t about cutting out a photo of a yacht from a magazine?
Have you had the experience of feeling like you failed when you invested in a system that you completely abandoned by March? What if the problem isn’t you?
Have you ever begun a journaling practice only to stop a few days later? What if the reason you stopped is that you just didn’t have the right type of practice for where your life was at in that moment?
You don’t have to be able to draw to add visuals to your journal. And here is how to do it.
Did you know that there is a trend to more from planning out an entire year to only looking at 13-Weeks? Here’s why you might want to do the same.
Journaling is a highly personal practice, and you will likely have to test drive a few different tools before you discover which work best for you. Here are some options to simplify the process and help you decide: