On Journaling
  How many texts or emails have you written today?  Most of us spend time writing because we have to and it’s typically on a device.  Taking pen to paper can be a powerful tool for growth and fulfilment. My journaling didn't start with “Dear Diary” as a teenager, but with uncharacteristically messy and unpunctuated scrawls in an old text book in my thirties. Despite being a long-time yogi and teacher I became very good at practicing while having an internal dialogue that was far from meditative. I was scrambling for mental clarity. The recommendation to start a morning journal was received with slumped shoulders and rolling eyes.   Read the full article here

How many texts or emails have you written today?  Most of us spend time writing because we have to and it’s typically on a device.  Taking pen to paper can be a powerful tool for growth and fulfilment. My journaling didn't start with “Dear Diary” as a teenager, but with uncharacteristically messy and unpunctuated scrawls in an old text book in my thirties. Despite being a long-time yogi and teacher I became very good at practicing while having an internal dialogue that was far from meditative. I was scrambling for mental clarity. The recommendation to start a morning journal was received with slumped shoulders and rolling eyes.  Read the full article here

SARAH WILLIAMS