I have journaled all my life. When I was young it was the way I chronicled my day-who I liked, who liked me, what was said, and about what fun I did or didn’t have on the weekend. It was the place and era I began to find my voice.
In my 20s it became my venue for expressing frustrations or privately working out concerns. I slopped emotions onto the paper so I could sort them out. This was the place I found my true voice.
I hope you will follow me through more decades where journaling became transformational for me.