You might remember a couple months ago I asked a survey question on FB about why you hate journaling. I got great feedback. I promised that I would introduce you to journaling slow and easy. You might even grow to like it.
It is called Sticky Note Journaling. Each week will have a theme. Each day you will write your answers to that week’s theme question on a sticky note, napkin, corner of newspaper, whatever, but preferably a sticky note pad. The answers should be simple. Most likely just one or two words. Doable, right?
Since journaling can be somewhat personal, you can choose to keep the sticky notes, post them on your bathroom mirror, refrigerator, or rip them into shreds. Also, you do not have to take any action after you complete each day’s question unless that is your desire. Sounding more appealing?
This will start Monday, April 17th. If you don’t want to participate, let me know via my email at email@example.com.
I would love any feedback.
Enjoy! Joan Marie
My daily routines changed when I retired and it has been difficult for me to manage these new routines. So, I got to thinking about routines, in general. Per the dictionary “a routine is a habit or sequence that doesn’t vary“. I thought, hmmm, good question for my weekly FB survey.
Without delay, I asked 1) Do you have routines you do every day? 2) What is the benefit? 3) Is there a negative aspect?
Here are the results: