Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Widows and Journaling

Talking about your grief and all the changes and challenges you're going through is a good way to sort things out and find some direction. And journaling is a great way to "talk." Think about it---a journal is a great listener, it never argues with you, it's always waiting for you to pour your heart out, you don't have to dress up and look presentable when you want to "talk" to your journal, and it costs less than "shopping therapy!"
photo by Sparrow Scrolls. To find out what it says, click
the link and visit today. :)

The best thing about a journal though, is it helps you understand how far you've come. I could go on and on about the benefits of journalling. Instead, let's see for ourselves by taking a peek at a widows' journal from last year compared to this year. Click here to visit Linda's journal at Sparrow Scrolls as she writes about "A Cry for Help . . . "

I know she'd love to see your comments, and please let her know you found her through the WCP.
Blessings on your day, and on your journalling!


  1. Good morning Feree ~ I have journaled for years, and it is helping now in this next phase of my life.

    Thank you for the link to Linda's blog.

    FlowerLady Lorraine

  2. Hi Lorraine, I think you'll really appreciate getting to know Sparrow Scrolls. The two of you have a lot in common. I'm so glad you've found journaling so beneficial already. It's a proven help and it's so interesting to look back and gain some perspective on what we've been through. Thanks for commenting today.


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