Originally posted at: theresstillhope.org
Dr. Catherine Cox did a thorough study of 301 of history’s greatest geniuses. She discovered one common denominator among them. All of them recorded their thoughts, feelings, ideas, and insights.
Today, we call it journaling.
Author Kelsee Bailey suggests five reasons to journal.
- Journaling reduces stress.
- It improves immune function.
- It keeps the memory sharp.
- Journaling boosts our mood.
- It strengthens our emotional functions.
Recovery Step: The prophet said, “Write the vision, make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it” (Habakkuk 2:2). In other words, journal!