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12 Benefits of Keeping a Journal

Some people find journaling appealing while others think it sounds like an incredibly boring activity. If you don’t currently write in a journal regularly, you might want to reconsider. There are numerous benefits to recording your thoughts, life, and aspirations on a daily basis. Journaling can help your memory, problem-solving ability, achievement, emotional health, and even your physical health. Consider these benefits: 1. A journal serves as a record of your life. Have you ever thought back on your high school or college days and thought, “What was his name?” Or have you ever wondered if a particular event happened in 1996 or 1997? A journal is a useful way to record significant events in your life. 2. A journal...

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Attitude of Gratitude

Trying on an Attitude of Gratitude   With Thanksgiving around the corner, are you moving into a gratitude mindset? What does it mean to have an attitude of gratitude? It's about appreciation for all of life's gifts. No matter what your circumstance, there is always something to be thankful for. In fact, studies have shown that ruminating on the positive increases feel-good brain chemicals which is good for your health as well as your relationships.   Like most things, we tend to attract whatever we put out into the universe. So if you're in the mindset of being grateful for all you've got, then you're opening the door for even more good fortune, wonderful people, and promising opportunities to come...

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Achieving Goals That Really Matter

Goal setting is one of the best ways to get ahead in life - but only if you're setting your goals effectively! Are you trying for unattainable goals that you aren't really passionate about?   Do you quickly give up on your goals? It can be easy to get discouraged, but you don't have to end up there! With the right strategies, you can set goals that really matter to you and meet them more easily than you ever imagined.   Most importantly, your goals should be yours and not someone else's. The goals that your parents, friends, and family members have for you may not be the same for yourself.   What's Important to YOU? Too many people set...

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