Journaling is it for You

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Cindy grew up in Moose Jaw, Sask. She eventually graduated from the First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina. Her journey into writing began as a young girl writing in a diary. She learned at an early age to express herself through writing where she wrote about her deepest thoughts, her secrets, and her feelings. While in University she wrote a paper on integrating journaling techniques into First Nations Counselling. She continues to use journaling as part of her life today.

One of Cindy most loved quotes is:

“I shall pass this way but once; any good that I can do or any kindness I can show to any human being; let me do it now. Let me not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” Etienne de Grellet

3 Comments

  1. MBerlman

    I’ve been journaling for three years now. I started after a rough patch in my life and used it as a way to reconnect with myself. Being able to get my thoughts onto paper is therapeutic because it means I no longer have to internalize my worries.

    I highly recommend it.

  2. Cindy

    Hi Lindsey try starting out small maybe 5 minutes of writing. Carry a journal with you and journal while you are waiting in the doctor’s office, in your vehicle or in a café or restaurant if you arrive early. It might also help to journal with a purpose. Is there a specific reason you want to journal… that might be a good starting point. There are also a variety of journaling prompts online if you need a boost starting.

  3. Lindsay N.

    I’m always so amazed and inspired by those who journal regularly. It’s such a meditative and fulfilling hobby but I find I have difficulty working it into my routine.

    Any suggestions that might help me stick with it?

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