Journal Your 100 Life GoalsWritten by Doreene Clement
Journal Your 100 Life Goals By Doreene Clement
www.the5yearjournal.com firstname.lastname@example.org Recording and tracking your 100 Life Goals in a journal is a powerful tool that can add to your personal and professional well being. Journaling goals is a great way to focus, clarify, and understand what your true intentions are, and how you are going to reach your goals.
In your journal you will record and track your Life Goals, 1 thru 100. (Or your 10 Life Goals, or 150, or 1,000, whatever number of goals you have now, remembering you can add to and delete from your list of Life Goals through years.)
To start- Find a blank book that is hardcover and has more pages than your number of goals. You also may use more than 1 blank book. Next, write "Goal Number 1" on page 1 of blank book, then write your goal. (Your goals do not need to be listed in order of importance to you, they can be listed as you think of them.)
Example - Goal Number 1. I want to read over 100 books.
As you read each book you can record titles and how you liked book. Would you recommend it? Journal what feels important to you about what you have read.
Journal Your Stress AwayWritten by Doreene Clement
Journal Your Stress Away By Doreene Clement
www.the5yearjournal.com email@example.com Writing down our thoughts and feelings, as in keeping a journal, is a proven method to relieve stress and improve well being. The expression achieved through writing in a journal on a regular basis, or during times of high stress, helps to clarify and focus what we are actually feeling and experiencing. Putting down on paper what we are frustrated about, worried and concerned with, helps us to begin to understand in a clearer, more concise manner, what we are going through. That understanding can help us to realize what actions we can then take to work through stress.
Journaling on a regular basis about daily events, joys, and struggles alike, can actually help us to face our day, and solve our problems with less stress. When we record our days on paper, or on computer, we are processing our feelings, fears and joys, as we are writing.
To help with stress in our days we can create a routine and journaling system for ourselves. Ask yourself a daily morning question upon rising. This becomes a check into day question, and writing answer down, can be a great way to focus day. For Example - "What am I going to do today that will support just me?" Or - "What am I going to do today at my work, (or with friends, or family), that is different than I have done before?" Another idea - "What one thing do I want to accomplish today that I have not had time to do?" We can ask same question each day, or ask a new question.
We can also create a journal to record what we need to keep doing, stop doing, do less of, or more of. For example - "I need to stop playing old broken records from my past that no longer apply and no longer serve me. I am enough. I do not have to live in fear. We can journal on that topic alone, until it feels finished."