My Journal is Really My Life Book

I use a steno pad for my journal for several reasons. The steno pad lays flat so I don’t have to fight the binding of the journal. Also it is two-sided so I keep my life lessons on one side and, on the other, I keep my gratitude lists, future plans for my writing/research, financial updates, and home projects. I call it my life book. It is my brain dump. If I have thought of something more than once, it belongs in my journal somewhere.

The journal prompts I use is from 25 Prompts to Have in Your Shadow Work Arsenal:

 

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