All posts filed under: Journaling

How journaling transforms your life

Do you want to find the answer to an important life question? Do you want to find your voice? Do you want to transform your life? If so, journaling is the perfect place to start. Listen to your inner wisdom and truth Journaling helps you find the answers that are always always within you, the answers you’ll never find outside yourself. It’s through introspection and analysis that you’re able to listen to and understand your inner wisdom and truth. Sometimes you won’t want to face the truth. Sometimes you’ll come up with excuses for why your inner wisdom is not enough to decide on an answer. But always, with time, you find the answer to the important life question within yourself. Strengthen your unique voice Journaling helps you find your voice. Despite your messiness and imperfection, journaling helps you figure out who you really are at the core. Journaling also helps you explore what you’re not and what you don’t stand for. Journaling helps you honor your journey. Transform your life through self improvement Keeping …

3 Things that I’ve Been Loving Lately

I’ve been feeling this need to fill up my life with good vibes lately. With this goal in mind, I’ve been loving comedy and journaling (no surprise there). Surprisingly, I’m becoming better at completing the tasks that need checking off which has also been a plus. Comedy: Fuller House Are you a Fuller House fan? If you don’t know, Fuller House is a sitcom based on the original version called Full House. When I was younger I used to watch Full House with my family. At one my point, everyone in my family was saying: You got it dude! The Fuller House cast feels like part of family, and, even though, I don’t think every single line is funny and I’m not a fan of every single character, I love how the show is full of fun and loving vibes. I also like how every character has a defined personality. Kim has a weird personality, but she embraces it and doesn’t care what others think of her. And Max is super smart and will probably …

How I Pick the Perfect Writing Journal

I was at Walmart the other day and decided to get my future journal. (I journal about my life as I feel the need to). I prefer smaller notebooks and fill them in 3 to 5 months. This time I decided to get a larger notebook because I really love the flowery design. I love flowery designs. I’ve found that I prefer dot ruled paper over lined, and this notebook has dots instead of lines. For now it will be there waiting until I’m ready to start writing in it which I predict will be in a month. I’m not a fan of spiral bound notebooks though. I have found that I prefer journals with “exposed bindings” because they feel comfortable to write in. The journal below probably remains one of my favorite journals of all time. (I’ve included screenshots of a couple of journals because I shredded them last year.) I don’t think about getting one of these again even though I love the cover. Just like what I wrote in this journal, the …