Apparently, an unnecessary psychologist if you have a friend you can talk to. 

You’ll talk even better by writing a diary or journal of a 21st century woman. Today we encourage you to discover its therapeutic abilities. Once very popular, today it is slowly passing into oblivion. But is it worth forgetting? It’s a method that’s accessible to anyone and anywhere, and at the same time, it really works.

Doing several things at the same time, a skill that many women boast about ultimately does more harm than good. We are jittery, constantly anxious, there is a problem with concentration. Swirling thoughts do not let you sleep. We feel the fatigue. Eventually, burnout comes. Everything gets annoying and loses its meaning. It’s best not to let this happen, but if it has already happened, don’t waste a single day more. Do something for yourself. Buy a small notebook, one that would fit in your purse, and start writing. Not on the computer, not a blog, but by hand and just for myself. Then you won’t wonder what to write to make it look good. You will be sincere in this writing. Writing, especially handwriting, can sometimes be a form of meditation, therapy. It is very important to do it regularly. Through writing you will achieve inner peace. You will throw out of yourself what sat deep and often did not give you peace.

Every moment is good

Keeping a diary of a 21st century woman can be inspired by some tips. One of them is writing , “morning pages.  This is the practice described by Julia Cameron in her course on discovering one’s own layers of creativity. The book , “The Artist’s Way,” has sold more than 4 million copies in translation into 36 languages, so the idea has been thoroughly tested. The author advises writing down three pages of thought stream each morning. This is to help clear the mind before entering another challenging day. The ritual of sitting down to a notebook every morning also teaches you the discipline to take action, even when your current mood is far from keen and your inner critic is doing exceptionally well. Of course, the morning of many of us will not yet accommodate writing. That’s okay, the evening is also very good. When we write, we throw out of ourselves what has made us angry. It will be easier to fall asleep.

Your story

A blank sheet of paper can sometimes block things. This will pass so don’t give up. Writing will teach you to formulate your thoughts. In an age of emoticons replacing words, this is a very important skill that many people are beginning to lack. You can’t paste a crying face. You need to write what happened and how you feel. Stendhal is supposed to have said that he does not write a diary when he is happy. Therefore, writing is a form of self-therapy. If you need inspiration, reach for one of the ready-to-complete diaries. You can describe your own reflections, for example, in the form of a story of your life. Questions about memories, favorite moments and reflections can be found in the book “Becoming. A motivational journal to find your voice” by Michelle Obama. This remarkable memoir includes excerpts from the former US First Lady’s book and has plenty of space for her own notes. It will certainly become a unique souvenir, a personal book of the path of personal development.
Writing is a way to express thoughts.

Here and now

Writing down one’s own thoughts is one way to , “air one’s head.  Worries, anxieties, but also joys put on paper free our mind from having to focus on them, thus opening us more to the possibility of experiencing the present moment. Eckhart Tolle’s diary with space for your own notes includes quotes from the bestseller , “The Power of the Present” by this author, through which the reader is introduced to the subject of mindfulness. Being able to stop and observe one’s own life, the constant and the changing, can lead to a deeper awareness and be another step on the path of personal development. It is amazingly fun to read your notes from many years ago. Would we see the described situations the same way today. Ba sometimes the very next day, we would evaluate the event differently. We would have behaved differently. If we learn from this, we improve our lives, and that’s what it’s all about.




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