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Journaling has always come naturally to me, but I realize that isn't the case for many people. A colleague of mine has an interesting solution...

Being a very visual person (actually a professional photographer)shelikes to record her life in images. She'll snap pics of people, places and things that she wants to remember. Sometimes she'll even write a word on a piece of papaer and snap a picture of it. Flipping through the photos on her computer is fascinating. While most of the pictues are meaningless to most who see them, they immediately conjur up memories for her.

Jason - Thanks for sharing that solution. I love it! Especially for those who don't love to write, recording life in images is a great way to keep a journal -- and practice gratitude!

Thank you for these 5 tips.
I had started a gtatitude journal but somehow didn't keep it up. I think writing i to it every day at the same time is a simple yet fabulous idea.

The fifth tip reminded me of a Zen quote: "Barn burnt down, now I can see the moon" by Masahide.

Thank you for the inspiration,

Jonas

Jonas - You're welcome! I'm glad you enjoyed this guest post. I know how hard it can be to keep up a journal every day, but even writing one small thing can be a great way to cultivate gratitude and positivity in your life. Thanks for stopping by -- and for sharing that quote. It's one of my favorites!

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