Motivation Monday: Daily Journal
Tony Stubblebine

When I was younger I thought having a personal journal of your life was cliche, so I didn’t into it until I was a sophomore, almost junior, in college. I found it a very therapeutic way for me to process my thoughts, and if any situation was giving me an issue, I was able to articulate it thoroughly without fear of any sort of push back. It’s a literally unloading of my mind that helps me think about what I’m feeling, and reading back through it, I’m able to process how my feelings changed, especially when dealing with a tough dilemma. I’m more diligent about it now than when I started, as over time I’ve come to realize more and more how beneficial it is to my well-being.

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