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10 Reasons Why I Journal (And Why You Should Too!)



Why journal? You may have asked yourself this question before perhaps viewing the practice of journaling as rudimentary or as a time waste. However, studies have shown that journaling is beneficial in so many ways and since I have been journaling for more than 20 years, I want to share 10 ways that journaling has improved my emotional and physical health as well as my quality of life. Perhaps you will find at least one reason why you should begin journaling today.


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The Grace & Gratitude Journal is a sort of an accident, a lovely accident, resulting from my desire to have a perfect journal for my specific journaling style. Over the years, my journaling style has changed greatly, but more recently I noticed that a journaling practice geared towards intentional grace and gratitude aids in my ability to remain positive and thankful, to eagerly await the what the future holds while simultaneously practicing contentment, and to track my mood so as to recognize patterns and triggers that I may need to correct or support.


I created The Grace & Gratitude Journal for myself but when I had completed and held it in my hands a lightbulb went off and I said to myself, "Why don't I share this with my fellow Tea Sipping Bookworms?" So, that is what I am doing! Here are some photos and details of Tea End Blog's first journal: The Grace & Gratitude Journal. When it is available, hopefully January 1st, 2021, I hope that you make grace & gratitude intentional practices in your life!



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Why Do You Journal?

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