Tag Archives: journalling

My six daily reminders

As we go through our lives, we collect nuggets of wisdom along the way. Some of those are particularly helpful for a season, some may be relevant for a lifetime. Having read a post earlier this year in which the … Continue reading

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Why keep a journal?

Last week, a client asked me if I keep a journal and if so, why. ‘I do,’ I answered. ‘It helps me sort my thoughts out.’ ‘I’m not sure what you mean – can you tell me more about that?’ … Continue reading

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Want to be more productive? Journal in the margins

‘Being more productive’ is a goal for a lot of my coaching clients. Together, we may work through ‘don’t do lists‘, the Eisenhower matrix or talk about how journalling could help. Sometimes, we need a different approach. In a session … Continue reading

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Had medical. Am human.

The title of this post is taken from the diary of a teenager who was kind enough to share it with me. Even as I typed it, it made me laugh out loud. There are no other words in that … Continue reading

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