I have loved to journal since I was little. I remember getting my first diary with a lock when I was a pre-teen and just feeling like it was such an important part of me, I actually still have it! I’ve never gotten over my love for journaling and now practice it with my kids, which makes it feel even more special.
Journaling can be beneficial on so many levels; it helps build fine motor skills and handwriting practice and can boost confidence and creativity. I wrote something about it for Imagination Soup, and it includes book recommendations that can help get your journaling life started no matter what kind of journal you want to try. Bullet Journal? Nature? Gratitude? Check, check, and check! They are all there, along with other journaling ideas and styles. So go ahead and get into journaling!