A Modern Day Fairy Tale: A Different Kind of Journaling {An Intro to Devotional Journals} #Dayspring

Monday, March 6, 2017

A Different Kind of Journaling {An Intro to Devotional Journals} #Dayspring

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I've always loved to write. Even as a little girl, I was creating stories in my head. So I suppose it was no surprise that when I started struggling more with anxiety, my mom suggested starting a journal. For many, that brings on the image of a young girl and her diary. Aren't we too old for that? Journaling is much more than that. It can be a great way to get your inner thoughts out. As we write about the events of our life, we can better reflect on them. We can look back on our past mistakes and learn and grow from them. Plus, it's easy, right? Just write. But sometimes we need a little extra help. We have all these thoughts going through our heads but struggle to focus them and just get started. That brings me back to my high school English class. Each day on the board a word, topic or phrase would be written for us to journal about. In those days, I wasn't a fan. I already had so many ideas, I didn't need it. Looking back, I realize it gave us a starting point to work from and inspired us to write more.
For Christians, this is exactly what a devotional journal can provide....



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1 comment:

  1. Oooh I LOVE this!! Something I would love to start each morning with!! Devotional, journaling and coffee!!

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