Journaling (16/17)

When I first started journaling consistently a year ago, I didn’t realize just how therapeutic writing my thoughts and emotions on paper would be. I always begin by writing 10 things I’m grateful for, followed by any thoughts or feelings I have – the good and the bad. Releasing your emotions is so much more productive than suppressing what you feel. Acknowledge your thoughts and let them go. You will go to sleep so much better at night.

Contributor: Leanne Wei from honeyandvelvet.com

Written by James Metcalfe

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