Join me over the next 30 days to build a habit of prayer journaling daily. This series will help you to develop the habit of prayer journaling daily. Research shows that it takes a person 21-30 days to develop a new habit, so therefore this 30 day series should help you on your way to making prayer journaling a part of your routine.
Each day for 30 days I will be sharing with you a prayer journaling prompt and also providing a FREE printable prayer journal page. You can choose to download the free printable prayer journal pages one at a time or as a booklet. Either way, you will have everything you need to get started prayer journaling immediately and I will be here to cheer you on! So, what are you waiting for?
Why Should I Journal?
Journaling allows you to get rid of some of the thoughts that are cluttering your mind and the stress that is cluttering your life. There is something about putting it all on paper that is almost like going to counseling, it just HELPS!
When you are journaling do not feel like you have to write perfect, use correct language or grammar. Just write. It is the process of getting your thoughts from your head onto the paper that is important.
Setting aside time to write in your journal is another important key to developing the habit of journaling. The time you set aside needs to be uninterrupted, quiet time, preferably when you are alone, alert, awake and ready to write.
Journaling is important because it serves as a record of your thoughts, your goals and your dreams. It can be looked back on to remind you of your trials, your tests, and your circumstances, allowing you to look back on your past and remember where you came from, what you’ve gone through and how you came out on the other side.
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