But sometimes goal setting can be dangerous. You can easily set yourself up for failure, simply by aiming too high.
One of the best ways to keep your goals in check is to record your thoughts daily (especially thoughts of gratitude). The Journal 10+ can help!
I'm not talking about carving out time in your day to write pages at a time, but just a few short sentences. Let's face it, the older you get the faster the time appears to go. When you get to the end of the year, it can be hard to remember what happened. Two minutes a day, that's all it takes.
When I was younger I wrote in my journal every single day, but somehow I fell out of the habit. I gave myself a million excuses, like there was no time or that it wasn't that important. But now I need to journal more than ever. It's a stress reliever for me. It's also a way for me to prove to myself that I am actually getting things done. If you don't currently journal, you should start... now.
The Journal 10+ has a beautiful cover and also has these great features:
- Address book
- Section for birthdays and anniversaries
- Goals setting page
- 11 years capacity
- and more!
If you're getting ready for the new year, the Journal 10+ is just what you need. I'll be giving away a copy to one lucky winner in a few days... stay tuned!
I received a free Journal 10+ free to help facilitate this review. All views expressed are the opinion of Just Say I Told You So. Photo credits: Journal 10+