I just wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and tell you I appreciate you.
If you are reading this, thank you.
If you read my regular posts, thank you.
If you share any of my content, thank you.
If you have ever enjoyed one of my writing journals, thank you.
If you have ever liked, commented, or even smiled after reading something I have written, thank you.
I hope you have a wonderful week and a peaceful Thanksgiving. What could be better than taking a moment to give thanks? We all know the more thankful we are, the more peace and happiness we have in our lives.
So, thank you. Thanks for letting me share some of what I am experiencing and learning as I go along this journey called life.
When I look at this picture I just feel a sense of peace. I wanted to share it with you in the hopes that you might feel it too.
I think there are times when we all wish we could feel at peace mentally. I think there are all kinds of ways to work toward that goal. For me, it’s through writing. Are you familiar with the saying, “How do I know what I think until I see what I say?” by E.M. Forster. I often feel this way.
Here is an article I wrote for Lifehack: Tips for Life.
Want More Peace in Your Life? Try These 5 Simple Steps.
I hope you enjoy it! And, if you decide to write it out, good luck to you.
I have been writing in journals for as long as I can remember. I love a good pen and a journal or notebook to write in. Do you like to write? I know there are a lot of people who do. There is something so therapeutic about writing something down.
Here are some things I have noticed when I look back on past journals I have written in.
- I usually laugh out loud at some point.
- I reach some clarity about my life.
- I don’t have the best handwriting.
- Most of the time how I was then is how I am now.
- I am by nature a positive person.
- I often write about how much I love my family.
- I write down things I hope will come true.
- I don’t write anything too embarrassing or hurtful.
- I’m thankful I took the time to write.
If you currently write, keep it up. If you don’t normally write, try it. You might be surprised at how good it feels to put down your many thoughts on paper. You can reach a clarity you might not otherwise.
Often times I wonder who I am writing to, and honestly, I think I am writing to myself. To me, it’s such a worthwhile thing to do. I hope you try it and enjoy it as well.
Here are a few journals I have created and are sold on Amazon.