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Journal Like You’re Already There – A Written Spin on “Fake It ‘til You Make It”

Journal Like You’re Already There – A Written Spin on “Fake It ‘til You Make It”

Journal Like You’re Already There – A Written Spin on “Fake It ‘til You Make It”
You’ve surely heard the phrase, “Fake it ‘til you make it.” This common refrain refers to acting as though you’re already living the life you want until you can reach your dreams. The idea behind this time-tested wisdom is that changing your mindset will help to build your confidence as you work toward your goals, making the process easier. Journaling is a very practical way to help you along in this visualization process, bringing real results. Check out the information below to discover how to journal as if you’re already living the life of your dreams so that you can move forward to making it a reality.

Accountability Partner in Your Journal – No Matter What Your Goals Are

Accountability Partner in Your Journal – No Matter What Your Goals Are

Make Your Journal Your Accountability Partner – No Matter What Your Goals Are
As we’ve seen, journaling offers numerous benefits. In today’s post, I would like to focus specifically on the benefit of accountability. It is easy to make plans or set goals. Following through, however, can be much more difficult. That is where your journal comes in. Let’s talk about the ways you can use your journal as an accountability partner to help you follow through on the objectives you set for your life.

The Difference Between a Diary and a Journal

The Difference Between a Diary and a Journal

The Difference Between a Diary and a Journal
In this series, we’re talking about the practice of journaling. Many people confuse that process with the act of keeping a diary. While a journal and a diary are similar in a number of ways and they have some overlap, the two are distinctly different concepts. Lots of people use the words interchangeably, but it’s important to understand the ways in which they differ so that you can take your journaling practice in a proactive direction that helps to accomplish your goals. Let’s take a look at the difference between a diary and a journal.

Mobile Journaling Ideas for Your Smartphone

Mobile Journaling Ideas for Your Smartphone

Mobile Journaling Ideas for Your Smartphone
Chances are, you use your cell phone for dozens of purposes. Most of us always have our phones with us. Perhaps you begin your day with your smartphone alarm. You then pull it out throughout the day for things like checking emails, corresponding with colleagues, following social media feeds, and texting with friends. Our smartphones have essentially become an extension of ourselves.

Pen & Paper or Digital? What’s Your Journaling Medium

Pen & Paper or Digital? What’s Your Journaling Medium

Pen & Paper or Digital? What’s Your Journaling Medium

Journaling is a very personal matter. Your journal is a place where you can keep your most private thoughts. It’s your safe space, and it’s all about you. That’s why the format you choose for your journal should also be your personal choice. People have a lot of opinions when it comes to whether it’s better to journal in digital format or with pen and paper. The choice is ultimately up to you and should fit your preferences. If you’re feeling undecided, keep reading to get an idea of the pros and cons of each.

Have You Heard of Gratitude Journals?

Have You Heard of Gratitude Journals?

Commit to Journaling Every Single Day – Even if It’s Just a Line
We’ve talked about some of the benefits of journaling, and I’ve given you some ways to get started. However, it still may seem a bit daunting to you. Maybe you’re having some trouble committing to the process of journaling on a regular basis.

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