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More Journal Conclusions

216. More Journal Conclusions

As I have continued to go through journals, shredding most of them, I’ve noticed three things. I notice how hard I was working to figure myself out and make changes that would help me be happier and help me be more of a model for the children. And so I read and went to therapy and worked at making the changes that seemed best.

Another thing I notice in the journals is that (just like therapy) I wrote primarily about the negatives—what wasn’t working, what were the upsets in my day, where did I need to work even harder to change.

And the last thing I notice is that I’m still working on some of them. Some of the repeating subjects were diet, procrastination, finding balance. Maybe it’s true that there are some things that you work on all your life.

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