This week, we have encouraged students to start journaling, and I wanted to provide a really easy way to get started, whether your a kid or adult!
Answer one of these 7 questions, followed up with “WHY?”
What am I happy about today?
What am I excited about today?
What is making me feel really proud right now?
What am I grateful for?
What do I feel encouraged by?
What did I learn today?
How did I contribute or help someone in need?
I’ve been journaling since I was 16 years old, and can look back and see what I was thinking and feeling, almost any day of my life, for the last 26 years.
Couple of sentences, or several pages. AM or PM. It doesn’t matter.
It’s a powerful way to live. And “if your life is worth living, it’s worth recording.” -Tony Robbins
Give yourself–and your kids–this gift.
See you in your next class!