Quick and Dirty Post about Journaling

Journaling does not require a lot of time. I’ll repeat. Journaling does not require a lot of time.

Rules of journaling

  1. Write at least one thing (word, sentence, paragraph — your choice).
  2. Don’t backtrack. If you missed a day (or a week or a month) don’t try to recapture what your life was. Just start where you are right now.

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Roshaunda D. Cade, Ph.D.

Roshaunda D. Cade, Ph.D.

I’m owner and life writing coach at LELA House; lover of music, dance, nature and art; and founder of Sistahs on the Doctoral Journey (https://bit.ly/3gNMPPB)

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