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Journaling Challenge Recap

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Blank Journal

That’s it!

Our journaling challenge is over. If you’ve followed along, I know you’ve learned and captured a lot over the past week.

In case you missed any of the daily challenges, here’s a recap:

It’s our hope you take the momentum you’ve gained from this challenge to spur you into a longer practice. If you can pick up this ritual, you can form any new ritual (more examples and strategies are shared in our Rituals course – reopening again soon.)

“If your life’s worth living, it’s worth recording.” – Tony Robbins

A week is a fantastic start, but the real value comes with time and consistency. The little improvements to your motivation, gratitude, learning, accountability, memory, decision making skills, compound over time.

Didn’t enjoy the writing at first? Find it hard to decide when you had a few moments to spare?

Write anyway.

journalling like broccoli

Journalling is like a muscle. If you haven’t worked out in a while (or ever) it can be a bit stressful at first. But that stress is how you grow. And if you are not growing, sorry to say, you’re likely falling behind.

Closing Challenge

Are you up for more? Do you want to see the full benefits of a consistent journaling ritual?

Challenge yourself to another seven days. Then to the end of 2016.

Review your journal. See how you can improve. Keep at it until it is a ritual. You’ve already done the hard part.

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5 Comments

Posted by AFS  | January 7, 2016 at 10:23PM | Reply

Thanks!

Posted by AFS  | January 7, 2016 at 6:17PM | Reply

Have the winners of the journal giveaway been contacted?

Posted by Thanh Pham  | January 7, 2016 at 6:23PM

Yes everyone has received their gifts already.

Posted by Mercury  | December 27, 2015 at 8:45AM | Reply

I’m kind of torn. I like journaling by hand because it feels more “real”, but I often find myself frustrated by how slowly I write compared to how fast I can type. I could get my thoughts and ideas down a lot faster if I opted for an e-journal instead.

Posted by Janeira  | December 23, 2015 at 11:20AM | Reply

This has been helpful and fun! I’ve learned that I prefer the handwritten journaling to e-format, that it really doesn’t take long to do, and that journaling is a surprisingly relaxing thing to do at the end of the day. Thank you!

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