If you don't want to publicly blog, you can go to your SP Planner, (where you would make an appointment), and on that page, you can find the personal journal. It is private. I suggest this because, 1) you could journal privately on any piece of paper at home, but 2) by doing it in the planner, it is always with your SP records. Then, you still get to mark it as being done. But, that is assuming you can/want to journal at all. Some, cannot/won't do any form of journaling, but I don't think I would let laziness or something similar be the reason you don't. Watching how you change through your experience is priceless. And as I have been reminded by someone on this site, when you have to do this over a long period of time, it is nice to have those changes documented. We do forget; and it can be a great motivation to remind yourself how far you have come.
Oh! And I would not suggest you do week 1 over for not journaling. You post don't you? That, to me, is another form of journaling/blogging. However, sometimes I just need to get real privately serious with myself.
We improve ourselves by victories over ourself. There must be contests, and you must win. Edward Gibbon - English historian of Rome (1737 – 1794)
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