A journal isn’t a bound book or a collection of writings. It can be; most of mine are, but not all of them.
I learned recently that the definition of journaling is any act of self expression. Anything that sets free the tightly bound knots in one’s heart and mind.
The doctor told me, “You can journal by dancing, painting, singing, writing poetry or composing a song. The rule for journaling is: there are no rules. Just unlock what’s in there, in whatever way it wants to be born.”
Maybe you’re not a writer. Maybe you’re a painter, singer, composer, crafter, dancer, photographer, chef. Maybe you’re one of those and you just don’t know it yet.
Start journaling. Set your heart free.
From the Archives of “Teaching Tuck and Ty“