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As you all know I love to journal daily if possible. But while reading this book that I will review soon I promise. I noticed that I don’t write my gratitude in this journal. I write my prayers but I won’t mention what I’m grateful for. I mean I remember doing it a while back but never kept it up. So I started all over again about being grateful. I noticed that when I wrote what I’m grateful for it made me feel good. I’m not talking about just material things I’m talking about health, love, friends, and family. I didn’t realize how much that I have to be grateful for and how much I took this for granted. It felt so refreshing to not even have to think about what you’re grateful for. So for all those who journal or maybe not journal do you write what you’re grateful for?


We all go through things and deal with them differently. But one way that I love to process my thoughts is to journal. I have been dealing with so many emotions that this has been a true outlet for me. How do you get your thoughts out? Do you journal, walk or scream? Either way getting it out is helpful.

Nothing like a good journal:

I don’t know about you but I love a good journal. I want a journal that speaks to me. I love writing my thoughts, prayers, and ideas in a good journal. I know that some people feel like a journal is just a journal but for me, it’s not. I need to be motivated by this journal and what I can write in it. So are you picky about your journals? Do you love to journal?

Do you journal:

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I have been journaling for as long as I can remember. I have so many journals it’s crazy. Writing in my journal has always given me comfort and peace. But more so now with so much going on and me having so many thoughts about things. It’s freeing to be able to express my joy, fears, and pain without any judgment from anyone. Expressing myself through writing has always helped me grow. When I was younger and I felt like I had no one to express my problems with writing helped me. It helped me learn that I did have a voice despite what I may think. It showed me how creative I could become with my thoughts and expression. It helped to write short stories, poems, and even letters. I know that some people feel like writing down your feelings is a waste of time but for me, it’s my kind of therapy. It takes the stress and burden off of me when I can write out my thoughts. It’s the calm and peace that I need in my life.