Every year on my birthday I like to take the time to reflect on how much I've grown and think about areas of my life where I want to be better. I treat my birthday as if it's my own personal new year where I like to think about my goals, wins, opportunities, etc.
Last year while driving I had an epiphany and said out loud “I don’t have enough fun.” Yes, I’m busy building a]my business and doing what I love, but a part of me felt like something was missing because I am not doing things just for the fun of it.
November 11th I threw myself a big party which was totally not something I do on the regular. In fact, I don’t think I’ve had a party for myself since I was a little kid.
If you're like me then you can't believe we're at the end of the year already and we’re quickly approaching 2017. Depending on how this year has treated you, you may be ready for a fresh start or you may feel like you need more time to get some things done.
I’ve been in love with journaling since I was a teenager and writing has been instrumental in helping me gain clarity of my life while also discovering my purpose. Creating my own journal fits perfectly in my business and aligns with my purpose, to be a light and empower others to be free.
I’ve heard every excuse under the sun as to why people don’t journal and today I want to share them with you and hopefully inspire you to pick up your pen and write. Now let me pause and say that I don’t think that journaling is the solution to all of your problems.