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Thursday, July 19, 2018

The Two-Parts of My Blog Posts: An Explanation of Part 1 and Part 2

Most of my blog posts will consist of two parts.

* Part 1 will be the non-Christian part.

* Part 2 will be the Christian part.

If you are not a Christian, you do not need to accidentally read something you do not want to read. That's why I will have the Christian part at the end of those blog posts.

However, in Part 1, I will talk about faith and the spiritual. That's what I will call those facets in our lives and will keep it vague. We all have souls and have a spiritual side to us, just as we have an emotional, mental, physical, social, financial, political, relational, etc. side as well. The spiritual is one of the components that makes us who we are. I will address the spirit/soul and faith in Part 1. If we ignore our spiritual part, it's like ignoring how we have a bone or skin. Our spiritual part is one of the things that make us who we are.

I hope all of this makes sense and look forward to sharing both parts in future posts.

My Plans for This Blog

Why did I start this blog? What is my purpose for it?

I started this blog so I can share how I believe every human being on earth should journal. The benefits of journaling are too abundant and amazing for people to miss.

I realize no one can know about the amazing benefits of journaling unless they are told about them.

Moreover, those who do journal might need a shot in the arm and some inspiration to help you look at your journal and journaling with a fresh and new perspective.

I have decided to blog about journaling and share some of my stories and lessons learned through my journaling. I also want to share how amazing and profound journaling can be.

The fact is I would not be who I am if I didn't journal. My life would certainly not be what it is without as well.

I've learned how blessed, peaceful, content, and joyful life can be because of journaling. Even in the midst of the storms and challenges of life.

Journaling has health benefits and creative benefits.

The most important benefit journaling offers, though, is how it helps us live the fullest and deepest life we can live because it helps us see things differently and more clearly.

The second most important benefit of journaling is because we capture our lives on the page. We capture the moments of our lives in our journal. It is our memory. It is the proof that we lived. When we write our memories in our journals, it ensures we do our best to live the most significant moments we can today. For we might not have tomorrow. We need to live every moment as if it was our last and live it well. We are to live every moment with purpose and we do so best through journaling.

I have journaled for over thirty-five+ years and cannot wait to journal at least that many more. Journaling has changed, shaped, and influenced my life. It has also become part of my life. I am a journal keeper. This is one of the most important activities I do each day. Journaling is who I am, is what I do, and is what shapes everything in my life.

Do you want to make every moment in your life count?

Do you want to live the best life you can live, in spite of whatever might be happening in your life? Journaling helps you overcome the challenges of life and helps you soar in spite of them.

Journaling makes you a better and healthier individual in every way.

Other than my faith and my husband and critters (my four-legged kiddos), my journaling is the most important part of my life. It always has been and always will be.

I am a journal keeper. There is nothing which brings me more meaning and purpose.

Journaling can bring you more meaning and purpose than you ever imagined.

For a journal is what can carry us to the Promised Land... where we don't just live, but thrive. A Promised Land where we live the best we can and live life to its fullest.

This is what this blog is about. Journaling . . . what it's done for me and what it certainly can do for you. For if you try to journal just a little, amazing and profound things will happen. That's a guarantee. It's the greatest and most worthwhile adventure you can experience and live.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

A Summary of This Blog

This blog is about:

~ Capturing the blessings of every moment on the page

~ Journaling

~ Living with purpose

~ Keeping the faith

~ Remembering

~ Leaving a legacy

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