I have always believed in living life in raw vulnerability, it does not matter which aspect. Vulnerability and being soft are not flaws, nor are they a weakness.
But what was truly unfair about your childhood? Oh my God.
Softness is not a weakness! I was interested in the idea of journaling with provocative ideas. If you're not one to express yourself often, I really suggest you start writing, especially with this journal.
I've always loved self-exploration, having those aha-moments and sitting back while thinking, "ho-ly cow, I finally understand what the problem is", or "this is the reason why I am who I am today" and a variety of other thoughts you may have.
I still have those moments.
There is no need for extra paper or another notebook, unless inspiration keeps the writing flowing much longer! Just because you are taking longer than others, does not mean you are a failure. Family is most important, always.There is no need for extra paper or another notebook, unless inspiration keeps the writing flowing much longer! If you are in high school, oh child, you are just beginning your life. I came across this book when I was checking out Urban Outfitters' website. While yes, some days are a piece of cake, there are days where you need to work a little harder, love a little bit more, be a little more understanding. For example, this article you're reading right now. This journal will get you all up in your feels. The people around you that offer the love and support to keep you going, are people you should always cherish. They easily trigger answers or ideas, in my opinion. Remember that. Family is most important, always. They get you thinking about your life: the past, the present, the future, all of it. As humans we are everchanging, we are growing. High school is where you begin asking the life questions: What do you want to do with the rest of your life, being the biggest question of them all. I'm trying to not write in it every day, but rather save it over time so I have prompts to write when the time is right. With prompts, I could start at the beginning of the book and decide to write one a day in order, which would be a wonderful way to ensure daily writing practice.
This journal will get you all up in your feels. Now, while that appears like common sense, there is a tendency you may get wrapped up in the future everyone else wants you to have.As humans we are everchanging, we are growing. Jason Roberts introduces the journal and at the very end he says this: "engage with them randomly, methodically, or in the order they catch your mind's eye and spark introspection. I was interested in the idea of journaling with provocative ideas. But what was truly unfair about your childhood? High school is where you begin asking the life questions: What do you want to do with the rest of your life, being the biggest question of them all. Here are some examples of the prompts found in " Things to Write about Me": Write about a time when you taught someone how to do something new Write about someone you feel like you should love, but you don't If you were attending a potluck dinner, what dish would you take along? This journal will get you all up in your feels. Cover Image Credit: lifeonacanadianisland. Fact: I have experienced much more out of life than someone who decides to be hard, with great risk, comes great reward. If anything, they are courageous. How freakin' powerful is that.