Tune into Your Thoughts and Feelings
Whether you sit down every day or week, journaling is a valuable way to access and process your thoughts and feelings. It can be as simple as answering, “Right now I am feeling…” or “Right now I am thinking…”
In her book, Journalution: Journaling to Awaken Your Inner Voice, Heal Your Life and Manifest Your Dreams, Sandy Grason suggests exploring your emotions by listing all the things that trigger a specific emotion.
For instance, if you’re angry, write down, “I feel angry,” and, for two minutes, list all the things in your life that make you angry.