• Journaling

    Journaling

    Journaling dates back to antiquity. Perhaps the oldest form of journaling is the letter. Scholars believe that the practice of letter writing began with ambassadors who sent letters from a foreign kingdom back to their native land describing their experiences and observations and the other information they gathered. There is no right or wrong way to journal. Forget about grammar, punctuation, and complete sentences. Write what you want and say it how you want. What you choose for your journaling is personal too. You may choose a beautifully bound book, a spiral notebook, your laptop, or your iPad—whatever works for you. Of course, for journaling to be the most effective,…