Out of the blue

@Danzylop (1119)
Philippines
July 4, 2012 7:01am CST
Many people find relief by keeping journal, that is, writing down anything that makes them happy or grateful. Such a practice has the propensity to remind one that there are still comforts or good things in life, especially during times when the world seems to be unusually daunting and difficult to live in.
2 responses
@katrinapaz (2438)
• Philippines
4 Jul 12
I love to write journals myself but then sometimes the laziness comes and I dont do it. I just put a one liner in my diary of what happened in the day and what nice things came my way. when I feel sad and blue I just then scan my diary and find things that I can be thankful with
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@Danzylop (1119)
• Philippines
6 Jul 12
It is a good channel of emotions and a note for you to scan when you want to have a glance to your past.
@taura2p (349)
• Romania
4 Jul 12
I used to keep a journal, too. I wrote in there everything I felt, and I could not tell other people. One day I read my journal, and such vivid memories came to me. I remembered exactly how I used to feel, what were the circumstances and everything. Now I haven't written anything in it for some time. I just don't find the time, and also I don't feel the need to.
@Danzylop (1119)
• Philippines
6 Jul 12
Keeping journals are common to people who are secretive or for those who have so much in mind that they can never share to anyone. I guess you already have someone you talk to when something is bothering you in your mind.
@taura2p (349)
• Romania
6 Jul 12
Yes, that is perfectly true.