Writing is not new-fact! It has been around for ever and has been used to communicate, document, describe, record and plan everything. It is useful, beautiful and…… Read more “Be part of the 3 % club!”
Writing lists and keeping journals have never been such popular tools for supporting self-improvement programmes.
Starting something new is always fuelled with that initial excitement. I know when I started this blog all those years ago, I was so excited I couldn’t…… Read more “Ready to Write?”
It takes 21 days to create a new habit-that’s just over 500 hours. I think it is remarkable that within just three weeks we all have the…… Read more “21 days to make a difference”
Life is basically a series of events and choices isn’t it? Some stuff you can control, most of it you can’t and sometimes things happen without us…… Read more “Are you living your best life?”
WE are now officially at the end of the first quarter of 2019-so how’s it been for you?
Daily journaling is not new—of course it isn’t! We have written stuff down since the beginning of time for loads of different reasons and following the launch of our first online course I have had a few questions about why writing and journaling really works and what the real point of it all is, and another question about the difference between journaling and keeping a diary.