I want you to realize that a journaling habit can facilitate recreation and rejuvenation periods in your day-to-day life.
And here is how. We live in an information overload age.
The world goes crazy with all the events, advertising, wars, and stress.
We are constantly bombarded with new messages.
That's why most successful people find some time during the day when they can close inputs and open their output.
The time when they can enter a zone of their thinking instead of receiving thoughts from the external world.
This is a time for them to generate ideas about their lives, goals, and challenges they are faced with.
And the best way to do it is to think in a journal regularly.
The ability to unplug from external noise and invest your particular attention in designing your dream life is a golden and rare skill nowadays.
You can journal at your work desk if you enjoy it.
But psychological research and studies show that the best ideas, creativity, and inspiration come in unusual environments.
Not in the same places where you spend most of your waking hours.
Here is why.