I've recently been turned onto the importance of keeping a journal to support self-reflection and track progress in an individual's personal thoughts and goals. I purchased a moleskine journal and I…Continue
"I need only share the datelines for my journal to show you why it's so special. Samples below:
March 5, 2012 -- Nice, France
March 7, 2012 -- Monte Carlo, Monaco
March 22, 2012 -- Barcelona, Spain
April 1, 2012 -- Florence, Italy
I've recently been turned onto the importance of keeping a journal to support self-reflection and track progress in an individual's personal thoughts and goals. I purchased a moleskine journal and I plan to write creative pieces, thoughts/dreams, quotes and goals pertaining to my own life as they come to me and I progress with them.ITT: Share your favorite journal entry (or excerpt) from your own collection, and describe its importance to you. Cheers,See More
"I had a benign spot removed from my chest last year and have others that need to be examined. About that time, a friend of mine had 70 stitches in his chest from skin-cancer removal. I don't think either of us heard of sunscreen until we were…"
"I don't wear shorts except in the weight room. Looks strange with my boots. Always though tucked-with-shorts was a mismatched look, though. If the occasion is formal enough for tucking, it's probably better to wear pants. Strikes me a bit…"
"Can't really say if it's fashionable or not, but, except for when wearing swimming trunks, I've worn my shirts tucked into my outerwear shorts pretty much since I began walking. I'll wear T shirts or polo shirts with…"
"No simple answer.
Depends on the design of the polo shirt; long tails are designed for tucking, very short, no. T-shirts, don't tuck, though again, if they are really long better to tuck.
However, once tucked your belt loops come out, and then…"
"Sounds like senior management has fallen into the clutches of a "consultant." I used to work for an organization that valued "Leadership" and "training for the next level" (upskilling?) for all their…"