Journaling: Advice from the Stoics

Guidance from the ancients on fueling your writing habits

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What good shall I do this day? - Benjamin Franklin

Daily reflections are nothing new and date back to ancient Greece and Rome, described first in The Golden Verses of Pythagoras (6th-century B.C.E). Nonetheless, we believe writing is easily one of the best vehicles for…

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