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JOURNAL LESSON - 1 OF 5

LESSON 1
The first rule of journaling is that there are NO RULES. You can write in a formal manner where you respond to specific prompts or questions. Or you can do freeform journaling where you write whatever comes into your mind and your heart.

The only rule I have about joruanling is that you NEVER CENSOR what you are writing. If you spell it wrong, or are in a bad mood and swear, leave it be. Don't silence how you are feeling and thinking. That is done enough in life, we don't need to be doing it to ourselves as well.

Personally, I journal in those Dollar Store journals. They are not expensive, they are lined and I can doodle or write in them. I can pick one up, they are easy to hide IF YOU HAVE TO, and they are not a nuisance.

The very first journal I suggest ANYBODY KEEP would be a personal daily journal. In saying that, it does not mean you have to write in it everyday. I used to love writing in it everyday but that passed. Now I write in it when I feel I need to or when I'd like to get caught up on things in my memory that are keeping me awake at night. For my daily journal, I chose somebody to write to. Each of my daily journal entries begin with:

Dear Jesus,

You can choose to write Dear Diary, pick an anonymouse person, or just write without directing it towards anybody in particular. For me, when I write to Jesus, I feel like I am talking it out with somebody who cares and who understands and who is interested in my life. Not everybody is the same and that is why it is up to you how you choose to begin your daily journal. You can start with Dear Whomever, or you can just put a date and then start writing. But whatever of the two methods you choose ALWAYS DATE AND SIGN YOUR JOURNAL. This will help you when/if you look back later on to see how far you have come or if you need it to remember a certain event on a certain date.

What to write about. EVERYTHING! Write about everything that happened through the day, how it made you feel, how you responded, anything special that happened, anything that somebody said to you which you felt upset or joyful at. Everything that took place that day is what you write about and how you felt about it all and how you responded.

When to write. To be perfectly honest, the best time to write is just before you head to bed. The reason is, once you are done writing, your energy in those matters is over and done with. You can write all the energy into your book and then set that book aside for the night because you have released your tension into the book.

If you have snoopy people in your home that may look for it/read it, find a hiding place for it that only you know exists. It could be in a purse/briefcase, under a mattress, hidden in a towel in the closet, a pocket in a jacket etc. There are many places for hiding things in a home...all you have to do is look.

Where you choose to write is up to you. Make sure you are comfy, maybe put on some quiet music, make sure you have enough light etc. Me, I write in my big arm chair with quiet music on in the background. By the time I am done writing, I'm sleepy and ready for bed.

So there are the first few tips for you when it comes to journaling. I'll post more ideas and tips as I go along, but I don't want to push you. First get used the idea of journaling and deciding where you are going to journal, if it is going to be a privacy issue and how you are going to fix that etc. And don't be afraid to ask questions. I'm open to new ideas, questions etc.

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22 PERFECT REASONS TO JOURNAL

1. Faster self-discovery.
2. Improved focus and clarity.,
3. New solutions to solve problems.
4. Creativity is enhanced.
5. Sanctuary and excape.
6. Emotional Empowerment.
7. Can physically help healing.
8. Shows you how to enjoy life more.
9. Timeline
10. Improves communication skills.
11. Valuable record.
12. Self-Discovery - Discover who you are. Writing about yourself helps clarify who you are, your beliefs, and what you want and don't want in life.
13. Focus and Calrity - When writing about you in an h onst mode, you become more focused, you save time because you know what you want, you save money because you can say no fster. It organizes your thoughts and feelings. You can plan bteter.
14. New solutions to solve problems - When writing your thoughts down on paper you find and think of new ways of tapping into your subconscious and getting your ideas out. You see in a different light and find solutions you didn't know you knew.
15. Creativity is enhanced - Jotting down inspiring thoughts or ideas and acollecting them gives you peace of mind, clarity and more focus. You find new ways to express yourself. You can get deeper into the intuitive level of your brain. The journal can even become an expression of your artistic abilities.
16. Sanctuary and escape - It is a great way to excape from chaotic feelings or events or to escape from everyday life and explore a more exciting inner life. Separating yourself from others' influences, delivers a stronger sense of your own identity as an individual, as a human being. The time you share with yourself generates a great sense of peace. It boosts your confidence and self-esteem as well.
17. emotioanl Therapy - Your journal can be your best friend - it always listens and never criticizes. You reduce stress, work through fears, problems get reduced to their real size.
18. Can physically help healing - Journaling when you are ill or when someonen close to you is ill h eps healing. All doctors and hospitals throughout the United States recommends journaling to all their patients. There are even journal workships offered in some hospitals and they are growing at a high rate.
19. Shows you how to enjoy life more. Increases your happiness level at least 60%. It allows different perceptions to be evalluated with no consequences.
20. Timeline - Over the years, your journal becomes a record of your accomplishments, travels, prsonal growth, etc. Recording the who, what, when, where, why and how of past events helps you to remember details you problably would have forgotten otherwise. New stories to tell teh grand children later one.
21. Improves communicatioin skills - Over time your writing and communication skkills will improve because you come better and better at expressing yourself on paper - which is the key to quality writing. It gives your thoughts organization.
22. Valuable record - Recording who you were, what you did, what you thought, what you liked and disliked, etc. is a record of YOU and your identity. leaving your journals for your descendants allows them to remember YOU. They wo uld know so muchmore about YOU than just a few worn photos, name, date of birth. Trust me, after a long time of doing this, they will never read and critique your writing or your crossed out words., etc. They will enjoy and savor your every word and cherish it forever. Look at Anne Fran's journals.
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That's right RALAYON. Sometimes we just need to see things from somebody ele's perspective.

I'm hoping over the weekend to start making the articles for journaling etc. Just give me some time. My cat likes to bug me when I'm on the computer! lol

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I find that the blogs on my spark page resemble journals. I used to journal regularly, but for the past two years, I have let it go. But, I have been blogging on my page, so now that I think about it. Ihave been journaling, just differently. emoticon

“There ain’t much fun in medicine, but there’s a heck of a lot of medicine in fun.”

Obadiah 15: As you have done, it will be done to you; your deeds will return upon your own head.


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Here's an idea of something I do. When I blog on SP here where other people can read my blog, I copy it and paste it into a document that I call MY SPARKPEOPLE BLOGS. In one sense, it is my journaling for the day. There has been a thought and I have figured out what it means to me and I have enjoyed bloggin my thought son it for others to see. This too can be a form of your journaling. Keep a copy of all your SP blogs! :)

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I try to journal every night before bed. Helps me clear my mind and person of anything weighing me down. Some days it's crabbing about my kids, others it's that a day went especially well. Just a free form narrative.

I also find it interesting to go back and re-read some of my journal enteries to see where I was at a certain time in my life.

I use regular notebooks and have about 4 years worth of journals saved. I doubt I'll ever do anything with them but it's interesting to look back and see how far I've come from where I was.

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Hey Sheri~
thanks so much for your comments...
and yes i as i said in my post... I DO 'rejoice' in the thought that ONE day I WILL see him again at Heavens gates :)
I was just speaking of the time when he was so sick and how journaling 'helped' me get thru that rough time....
of course.. i still miss him daily BUT in knowing that I WILL see him again in Heaven helps ALOT.
I am journaling again but using the sparks journal this time...
thanks again for your input.
love and hugs
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SUNNYTNGAL, I'm sorry you lost your father. But I resolved one day when I was grieving over the loss of my 12 year old cat and the loss of my favourite Grandmother and final grandparent to pass, that instead of mourning their loss, I'd celebrate their life. In other words, when it comes time to the day they died, I will either scrapbook about what I remember about them, the good times, the times they made me laugh etc., instead of being so sad. Most people would want you to be happy that they are no longer suffering but instead rejoicing in the fact that they are at ease now. So I've resolved, when I get the money, to buy a scrapbook for my cats, and one for each side of my Grandparents. I wil write out stories, find pictures in magazines that represent their life and rejoice in the long life they had.
Maybe you could do the same thing, and instead of being sad, be rejoiceful that they are no longer suffereing? Just a thought.

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Thru the years .. i have received journals for gifts i guess so i could 'write' in them... kinda like a 'dear diary' like i had when i was young.. There i could go and like you said.. 'be myself'.. share my darkest deepest feelings and secrets...
I still have 2 of my journals from my early teens.. amazing i never lost them as many times as i have moved thruout my life....
Anyway... i recently recieved a journal from a spark friend.. and started writing in it about my journey with my dear daddy... My fears... the stress of using food as my comfort thru all his/my pain....
and even wrote in it after he finally lost his battle to cancer in the end....
I quit that journal the day he passed... and now it gathers dust in my bookshelf... I cant bring myself to 'reread' any of it yet.. but he was sick (first just went in for a checkup at age 80 and doc found an anurism in his stomach (dad had NEvER been sick in his whole life) then it just went downhill from there.. 67 days in ICU... then moved back to TN to be in 4 different hospitals... lung collapsed, he survived that.... then gallstones... so removed.. then gallbladder removed....reahb to learn to walk and eat again... then he FINALLY got to come back home even though he had to endure dialysis 3 x a week (what a trooper he was!) and yet he still learned to walk again.. and NEVER lost his 'mind'.... He was sharp as a tack till he drew his last breath.....
which came when he and mom had went camping (they loved to do this each year) and he got to see all their friends from all over the USA... then he came home early cuz he was hurting in his lower abdomen which we thought was from all the walking he had been doing and fishing etc...
BUT he had to go to the ER and there they diagnoised him with the dreaded CANCER... :(
He then was readmitted into the hospital.. where he was told he was to 'old' for chemo... and that the cancer was in his liver... and possible his left lung.. (which it was) and that there was nothing docs could do but try to keep him 'comfortable'......
morphine came next.... but before that.. he got to talk to each of his children.. and tell us goodbye... along with my precious moma.. who was married to him for 60 yrs...
he passed on May 5th.. his 80th bday...
and so i thank GOD for this Team and for ALL the Challenges we are getting to participate in each day as i truly NEEd this help.....
I am am emotional stress eater.. which i regained 75 pounds of which it took me 2 yrs to lose... during the time my daddy was so sick. ... I was total caregiver to him and still am to my dear MOma.. and i wouldnt have it any other way....
I KNOW i will see my daddy again at Heavens Gates one day.. just like he told me...
I pray i will be ALOT thinner though :)
well again THANKS for ALL the advice, post and help that each of you and nancy are giving out.
GOd bless
love to all
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You are welcome. There will be more posts on journaling but I don't want anybody to get overwhellmed by a load of information all at once. Sometimes little bites are better than one huge gobble. So there will be more to come, but once people get a chance to soak this in. I'm glad to see people interested.

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Thanks so much for all of your great journaling tips, Sheri:-) You're very inspiring and now really have me excited to get started journaling again:-) I used to journal back in my teens and twenties, but got away from it, as my life got busier. It is nice to have something to look back at, if you can't recall something. Plus it probably does give you some kind of release, if you are really stressed about something? I will get started and look forward to some more great tips:-) emoticon emoticon

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The first rule of journaling is that there are NO RULES. You can write in a formal manner where you respond to specific prompts or questions. Or you can do freeform journaling where you write whatever comes into your mind and your heart.

The only rule I have about joruanling is that you NEVER CENSOR what you are writing. If you spell it wrong, or are in a bad mood and swear, leave it be. Don't silence how you are feeling and thinking. That is done enough in life, we don't need to be doing it to ourselves as well.

Personally, I journal in those Dollar Store journals. They are not expensive, they are lined and I can doodle or write in them. I can pick one up, they are easy to hide IF YOU HAVE TO, and they are not a nuisance.

The very first journal I suggest ANYBODY KEEP would be a personal daily journal. In saying that, it does not mean you have to write in it everyday. I used to love writing in it everyday but that passed. Now I write in it when I feel I need to or when I'd like to get caught up on things in my memory that are keeping me awake at night. For my daily journal, I chose somebody to write to. Each of my daily journal entries begin with:

Dear Jesus,

You can choose to write Dear Diary, pick an anonymouse person, or just write without directing it towards anybody in particular. For me, when I write to Jesus, I feel like I am talking it out with somebody who cares and who understands and who is interested in my life. Not everybody is the same and that is why it is up to you how you choose to begin your daily journal. You can start with Dear Whomever, or you can just put a date and then start writing. But whatever of the two methods you choose ALWAYS DATE AND SIGN YOUR JOURNAL. This will help you when/if you look back later on to see how far you have come or if you need it to remember a certain event on a certain date.

What to write about. EVERYTHING! Write about everything that happened through the day, how it made you feel, how you responded, anything special that happened, anything that somebody said to you which you felt upset or joyful at. Everything that took place that day is what you write about and how you felt about it all and how you responded.

When to write. To be perfectly honest, the best time to write is just before you head to bed. The reason is, once you are done writing, your energy in those matters is over and done with. You can write all the energy into your book and then set that book aside for the night because you have released your tension into the book.

If you have snoopy people in your home that may look for it/read it, find a hiding place for it that only you know exists. It could be in a purse/briefcase, under a mattress, hidden in a towel in the closet, a pocket in a jacket etc. There are many places for hiding things in a home...all you have to do is look.

Where you choose to write is up to you. Make sure you are comfy, maybe put on some quiet music, make sure you have enough light etc. Me, I write in my big arm chair with quiet music on in the background. By the time I am done writing, I'm sleepy and ready for bed.

So there are the first few tips for you when it comes to journaling. I'll post more ideas and tips as I go along, but I don't want to push you. First get used the idea of journaling and deciding where you are going to journal, if it is going to be a privacy issue and how you are going to fix that etc. And don't be afraid to ask questions. I'm open to new ideas, questions etc.

Your journal junkie!
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I keep saying that I want to start journaling, but I haven't gotten consistent with it yet. I do blog on SP. But I really think I also need a private journal where I can really get into my thinking and why I am making the choices that I am and struggling so much with my weight loss. I do think it is really important to do that and I do think it can help me, if I will just make the time to do it. I have tried a paper journal before and I also have a computer program for journaling. It's called "LifeJournal." I'd LOVE to hear any journaling ideas or tips. Thanks for starting this thread:-)

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I've tried to journal before but can never keep with it. I also feel like it's just another chore. I'd love to try and start again though.

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Oops - I meant "journaling", not "journalizing" (the second always makes me feel like I'm writing for a magazine, rather than for myself!) emoticon

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My journalizing really picked up and become more regular when I took a course in The Artist's Way at my yoga studio a few years back. I kind of like all the red notebooks (cheapies from Borders discount section) that are lined up on my bookshelf. Almost everything goes into them except my food/exercise journals, household notebook info, and a couple of special projects. I'm interested in hearing how other folks use One Note - I've just started, but I really like my pen and paper.

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I've been journaling most of my life and found that I really only need to journal about all aspects of life when I'm stressed. There is something for me about taking a pen to paper and knowing it will be there even if I go away or that I can rip it up or burn it and truly be rid of it.

But now, I've moved onto separate journals/trackers for different areas of my life -

1) My health (Food, exercise, sleep, stress, physical well-being)
2) Spiritual (Church related stuff, Bible Study, Inspirational Articles and Quotes, Prayers)
3) My Dreams (what I want to learn, how to get there, things I love, Relationships and Friends, Fun)
4) Career (Not so much there at the moment)

I'm also using One Note (computer and not pen and paper) for all of these so I don't need a ton of separate books and can get the whole picture quickly. Also I can have stuff in both places, move paragraphs around and change my headings and order really quickly (and add new sections and pages for separate thoughts).

(I am a type A neat freak perfectionist and have just learned to embrace it instead of fighting it.)

I'm really looking forward to reading about what others do with their journals - I've been creating a "Self-Care" Kit with the List of things to alleviate stress and it has been wonderful - Thank you!

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i to do journalizing. it helps to write down your feeling. i havent posted any journal notes here cause sometimes they are personal feeling that i dont want to share. esp when i am angry.

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i knew i was an emotional eater but my emotions were so stuffed down i did not understand what was really eating me. i too started journaling and have now found so many emotions that have bubbled to the surface. not fun but i have really learned so much about myself and what and why i eat. a real big help but it does take a long time to really get to the deep down stuff. good luck to all

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Hi Sheri, I like to journal online here on SP ever since I joined. I don't always feel like it, but recently I've been writing everyday, even a few sentences to keep my streak. It does help to get your thoughts down on "paper", and it's great how you can write about anything and everything. Mostly though I write about my day and my thoughts and feelings. I also like blogging but that's a bit harder to do since it's public and I guess you need a specific topic to write about. I am eager to hear your ideas!

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Thanks, Sheri--I'd really like to find a style that works for me--I've tried many times over the years, but never ever found a way that doesn't feel like "one more chore I gotta do"...I eagerly await all your suggestions :)

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I posted in another thread that I would start a thread to help you all understand the importance and benefits of journaling. I'll also be sharing the different kinds of journals one can keep. I have dozens of them.
Over the years since 1990 until now, I have filled 20 journals for my daily journal. I have others, but I am not going to give them away until this thread gets going. Don't want to spoil all the fun at once.

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