November is National Novel Writing Month! Why not start writing the book that you always meant to write? You can use reflective journaling sheet to help get started! What will you write? Something of the scary parts from your childhood? A love story, the story you dream about? Let the page fill up with words … Read moreNovember is National Novel Writing Month!
How to Manage Your Mental Health by Journaling This is a small part of the article I felt could use repeating. There is no correct way to journal. The way you journal all comes down to what method you enjoy best. Often journaling is mistaken for writing in a diary. You don’t have to associate … Read moreJournaling Inspired by An Article on World Health
Hello Friends. Let this post help with your mental health plan. Maintaining a journal keeps me on track towards my objectives. Milestones are encouraging. I include them in a journal to keep me moving forward towards my goals. Seeing each small win pushes me to go after the next one. Each work … Read moreJournaling Inspired by Keep a Journal
Journaling Inspired by progress Today I am inspired to write about progress. The kind of “moving forward” that everyone hopes to experience as life progresses around the face of the time piece. The definition of progress according to Merriam-Webster is: progress noun prog·ress | ˈprä-grəs , -ˌgres, US also and British usually ˈprō-ˌgres Definition of progress (Entry 1 of 2) 1a(1): a royal … Read moreJournaling Inspired by progress
It’s another reason to eat leafy greens, bright-colored fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, and foods high in omega-3 fatty acids; they nourish your joints and keep your synovial fluid healthy. Add foods high in allicin like onions and garlic, and fermented foods like yogurt and kefir and your joints will thank you.