Journal Your Journey

Do you journal? If you do, then you know just how valuable it is for organizing your thoughts and emotions as well as being a tool for personal growth.

Consider taking a sweet break from wedding planning each day to record this incredible, once-in-a lifetime journey that you're on.   There is something cathartic about putting pen to paper to jot down and capture the gifts each day brings.

If the idea of journaling is less than appealing, try using your wedding planner to write your random thoughts and feelings in. What an amazing time in your life!  Learn, watch yourself change and let your journal be a keepsake reminder of your growth, from bride-to-be to wife.

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That's a really good idea... I wish I would have thought of that. >.<

And, what a great keepsake. Imagine how cool it would be for your children to read~ esp. during their wedding planning time...

And, if a person doesn't really like to write, you could have a trusted writer friend (who you talk to all the time and tell every last detail to anyway) write it for you. In fact, a writer friend could even do this unbeknownst to the bride and give it as a wedding gift.

Intriguing idea. The bride would be so surprised.

That is such a good idea! My parents got engaged in 1971 and my mother journaled all the details of how my father proposed. She wrote how he asked my grandfather permission, what she was wearing, and how she felt. This written story is priceless to me. The only thing that could have made it better would have been if they videotaped the proposal and posted it on, but I guess it WAS 1971. Oh well. Must go journal now!

Thanks for elaborating! Yes, journal all the special moments and details that you'd never want to fade from memory. So romantic and inspiring to not only re-read for yourself but to pass down!

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