Journal in a BoxTM Goes Calling

Jack, Journal Guide

It’s a real grind to find productive time these days.

Often the problem seems like trying to get to the center of an unending ball of string.

But it can be done without sacrificing family, job or sanity.

This is the focal point of the guest piece I posted today over at Life of a Steward: Christian Time Management. It helps you understand the importance of using your journal for sorting, analyzing and determining strategies which will help you use your time more wisely.

Journaling: How to Find Time to Take Time to Make Time

If you’ve been having trouble finding time – take time – to pop on over.



As a lover of words, pens, paper and the dictionary I'm a natural for journal writing. But, I wasn't always faithful to the task and had to learn the hard way. Some trial and error as well as input from my journal writing friends helped move me along. I have a burning desire to help people who want to use and get the most out of their journals and diaries. I see journal writing as a self improvement tool and a way to avoid costly mistakes, bad relationships and my stinky-self. Finding my kindly self is part of the journey which keeps me writing. I Journalate and so can you.

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