(white rock beach, british columbia, canada)

Journaling has always been a huge part of my life. 

I’ve journaled since I was 15, and the day I started, I still remember like it was yesterday. 

I was inspired by a friend, who’s motivation was to document, to remember the little things that he was doing every single day, so that he could look back and read them. 

I started off the same, using it as a means of remembering the emotions that I felt at any given time, the small things that I did every day. I must say it’s deeply satisfying to read through old journals and remember different little events that would have been forgotten. 

More importantly, I am able to recall different people in my life, who have played some sort of role, and it’s this memory of all these people that have shaped me to be the person that I am. 

Journaling has also helped me in times where I had to process my thoughts and my feelings. Some days, I didn’t know what to write. I felt lost, and I felt like I didn’t know what was going through my head. But journaling helped me to put thoughts onto paper. 

It has helped me to become a better communicator, to be someone who is able to take what I feel and think and put them into words. That’s something that is invaluable to me. 

I’ve decided to write a little e-book on journaling that I wanted to share with you in case you were interested. In no way am i an expert in journaling, I just wanted to share what my experience has been. (click here if you want to download it) 

For those of you who are interested in starting, this may be a way to help you get started. 

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