Today, Nancy Clemence reminded us of the significance of journal keeping; it’s a commandment, it’ll broaden our memories, and it’ll benefit our posterity. I have been beset by guilt virtually upon realizing that it’s been years now that I have stopped writing in my journal. 😦 Truly, our activity today motivated me to start religiously recording in my journal again after a 4-year hiatus.
On the other hand, Ali Wade introduced to us an artistic and fun way to keep a record of all the worth-remembering events in our lives. She’s an amazing mother of three and I couldn’t imagine how she could find time making incredibly beautiful scrapbooks. If she could do it, we all probably also could! Positive vibes! 🙂 I love all the wonderful ideas that she shared to us especially on how to turn a plain composition notebook to a fabulous journal. As most of you know, I am not really an artsy-craftsy individual! But believe it or not, I was able to make my own arty gratitude journal through the help of Ali.
Here’s a photo of the GRATITUDE JOURNAL that I made today
So, what do you think of this master piece of mine? 😀
I’m going to write all the things that I am grateful for everyday, on this notebook, and starting today. I also encourage you to do the same!