Do you wake up happy? Do you want to? Keeping a journal could very well be the thing that helps you rewire your brain in the direction you want it to go, whether the shift in attitude you desire is related to other life goals or not. According to some studies, keeping a notebook can even have positive effects on one's physical health, such as boosting one's immunity and lowering stress levels. According to Cindy Bjorkquist, who serves as the Director of Wellness at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, it has been a significant turning point in her own life.
She went so far as to purchase journals for her kids. She said this on the most recent episode of the A Healthier Michigan Podcast, which is hosted by Chuck Gaidica. "Now, I don't know if they're using them, but I sent one to both of my boys and gave it to them because I really do think that there's something about journaling and writing," she said. "Now, I don't know if they're using them, but I sent one to both of my boys and gave it to them because I really do think that there's [podcast player] The two people talked about journaling as well as other practices that individuals may include into their life to improve their levels of mindfulness, gratitude, and overall well-being.
Regarding the impact of positive thinking, or writing, as the case may be, Bjorkquist stated, "So, it's your outlook on life, and you rewire your brain to be either happier or more empathic or more kind." Bjorkquist remarked that if you want to give journaling a try, you don't need a nice leather-bound journal to get started. Get started right away by purchasing a notebook with three rings.
Choose an aspect of your life that you feel could use some improvement, and then write about it. It may be an unfavorable feeling or an undesirable pattern of behavior. It could be something that you'd like to do less of in your life, or it could be something that you'd like to do more of. When you've determined what it is, you can even post reminders around the house that you'll be sure to notice on a daily basis.
A reminder for Bjorkquist to "Be kind" is written on a chalkboard that is placed next to her sink. She explained, "Every single day when I'm at my sink or passing through my kitchen, I see the sign to remind me to be nice." "Every single day when I'm at my sink or walking through my kitchen." Bjorkquist suggests giving it a shot for a period of three to four weeks and observing the ways in which the positive changes take place in your life.
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