Some of the greatest writers in recent centuries - Virginia Woolf, Oscar Wilde, Henry David Thoreau, and Sylvia Plath, to name a few - were also avid diarists (journal-writers). They knew how important it was to write their own private thoughts and stories, in addition to those which they published. But journaling isn't just for authors and writers. Journaling is for everyone; journaling is for you. It doesn't matter if you are a full time traveler and adventurer, or if you think your life is too boring to write about (and you'd be wrong); journaling is for you, and it will change your life.
1. Journaling is a Great Excuse to Practice Your Handwriting.
You might not be surprised to learn that in today’s world of laptops and tablets, and smartphones, when many states don’t teach cursive writing in schools anymore, we can easily go for extended periods of time without writing a single...Read More