One of the things we’re doing for our “It’s Never Too Late” class is to do what are called Morning Pages. You write three pages every morning of whatever is in your head. The idea is to get rid of things that are bugging you or weighing you down so you can have a better day.
Chris is big on journaling and has been for many years. She has piles of notebooks. But I’m a photographer and words don’t appeal to me like that. I think in pictures. If I could fill three pages with pictures, that would be easy. But I am trying the writing, and it’s turning out better than I thought.
I didn’t think writing/journalling would end up being so good and healthy for me. I am finding when I’m writing my morning pages, I’m not nearly as harsh on myself during the day. My negative self-talker stays quiet. It’s…
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