“Journaling is an ideal way to build self-awareness and become more in tune with what you are feeling. It helps make a connection between your thoughts and actions.” – Sara Robinson, author of Choose You: A Guided Self-Care Journal
I have a ridiculous amount of documentation on the stupid things I’ve done in my life. Out of the 50+ journals I’ve written, only the high school years were destroyed. The rest I can’t bring myself to part with, no matter how cheesy or embarrassing.
My first diary was given to me by my aunt when I was seven years old. It had a slick, squishy cover with music notes on the front and cursive lettering to spell out MY DIARY. The pages were pink and the book came with a lock and a heart-shaped key.
I loved that diary. I filled it out quickly and bought another. And another. And…
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