When I look back on my 20s and 30s, I wish I would have journaled more.

There’s no question that getting older has given me perspective. I’ve been blessed enough to have people in my life that love me and friends I respect and trust. I even have business relationships that feel more like family and for that, I am extremely grateful. As I reflect on the past two decades of my life I think, “Where did all the time go?” I think about my two beautiful children that are 3 years old and 2 years old and I know that they’ll be teenagers before I know it.

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I used to be pretty terrible at keeping a journal of any kind, but I once journaled daily for three years straight without missing a single day.


How did I do it? Was I super-motivated? Did I carve out a special time each day to write in my journal? What about holidays, vacations, sickness, and a host of other things that could interfere with writing in your journal?

I was committed to keeping a daily journal in the beginning, but stuff happened, things got in the way, and often I was just too tired to write a full entry. As I lay there in my bed, I had an idea. I grabbed my phone and I Keep Reading

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