The Blog by Michele Charles Gustafson
It's a sacred time for me - the journal swap day. It's the time when one finished, and another begins.
Mike Posner's song "Move On," said it best, I think:
"Beginnings always hide themselves in ends."
Positive shifts in any part of your confidence come as a beginning from an end. The value in the change - the joy or pain in it - rests in perspective you create around it.
I like to attach positivity to an end is with a new journal.
The one I am retiring today has about 40 empty sheets left. I never let that bother me. When that book's season is done, I'm done.
I also like to make my last entry very intentional.
I take the time to thank the journal for carrying me through the season of the book, and then I let it go.
My new journal pretty much nails where I am in my head and heart as I start my new "personal year" that begins on July 1. (I'm not a January 1, kinda girl - too much pressure.)
Do you mark your beginnings with ends? Do you celebrate it or move through kicking and...